architecture / design / digital art


The Vintage Object

This is a series of articles based on my research for the MA Architecture ‘history and theory’ module.  Read the rest of this page »

The Name of the Rose – Illustration

Concept art inspired by Umberto Eco’s description and drawing of the mysterious abbey from his novel. The aedificium is visible in the distance.
Most 3D buildings were downloaded from DarkAnvil.

London Luton Airport – Visuals

As part of ‘Glass Canvas’ team I worked on a few images picturing Luton Airport’s redevelopment. The images were featured on several websites:
Glass CanvasLondon Luton Airport, Business Quarter, Luton Today

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Historical Sublime and Technology

Since my approach on art is heavily influenced by the aesthetic category of ‘sublime’, I will write a short article that will hopefully help others to become familiarised with this concept and expand their creativity. I also published this article on my linkedin profile more than a year ago.
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Strolling through Canary Wharf

Among the many places I like in London, Canary Wharf is one of the most distinctive. Walking through its deserted streets on early evenings is one of the weirdest experiences. Its vast glazed facades reflected in the canals, its eclectic postmodern offices, its low claustrophobic basement malls, frozen in the glossy architectural cliches of the 90s offer a sensation of otherness unlike any other place.  Read the rest of this page »

Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross – Architectural Visualisation

I worked on this image in September 2015 as part of Forbes Massie visualisation studio.
Architect: Heatherwick Studio
Developer: Argent Group
So far I’ve seen the image published on BdOnline and SkyScraper City. I also worked on this image and this one along with other members of the FM team on the same project.

Kings Cross Coal Drops Yard
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Project Soane – Glass Canvas Entry – Honorable Mention

Project Soane organised a rendering competition whose purpose was the re-imagining of Sir John Soane’s Bank of England. Below are our studio’s entries on which I was assigned to work. We are very pleased to have achieved an honorable mention for the view from Threadneedle Street (image below).

View from Threadneedle Street

Consols Transfer Office

View from Tivoli Corner

Clicking on any of the images above will redirect you to the voting section. The winners will be announced on July 15th; only five days left!