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Restitution of remarkable buildings with Blender


Olivier Netter writes:

I publish today the first video on my YT channel "Restitution of remarkable buildings with Blender."

This channel has three goals :

  • Understand architectural design process using non photo-realistic 2D and 3D animated films.
  • Arouse interest and curiosity for the work of Jacques Fredet, former professor at Belleville school of architecture in Paris. Each scenario will be inspired by his analysis of buildings in his books
  • Promote BLENDER and its economic model, no shareholders, resources being dedicated to research and development for the user community.


Why does the first episode is about Louis Kahn's famous Philips Exeter Library in New Hampshire for a channel on architecture with models made in Blender ?
Well, Exeter is a CUBE where DOUGHNUTS are strongly involved in the design process...

Pastries and final surprises included.
Hope you enjoy watching.

About the Author

Olivier Netter

I worked as an architect for many years and now I am teaching 2D and 3D drawing in schools of architecture in Paris. I created the master Restitution of remarkable buildings with Blender. Dedicated to the creation of animated models to understand architectural design with Blender and Eevee. I publissh today my first movie on my You Tube channel

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