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My name is Matúš and when I was young student of Architecture and freelance visualiser, I started this blog. It was in the summer ’09 and I came with just a few 3D models done by myself. After some time, tens of people from all around the world joined me and supported me with their 3D stuff. Thanks a lot to all of these fans, You are doing great work!

Currently, I’d describe FlyingArchitecture as a young, creative team of CGI artists working in the area of visualizations for several years. During this time, we had the honor to co-operate with tens of architectural studios or developers and thank to this we were able to create a solid portfolio of architectural visualization.

FlyingArchitecture is not just a “download server” with hundreds of free 3d models, this is also a communication hub for all 3d artists, so feel free to ask anything right under every 3D model, or tutorial. I’ll do my best to reply to You as soon as possible :)
If you have any questions, suggestions, ideas or information which might be helpful or interesting, or you just want to stop by and say “thanks,” You can do it right here :) Thanks a lot for your help to build this awesome community! I really appreciate the time You spend on this website.

Contact: studio@flyingarchitecture.com

120 Comments

  1. Hello, I have been using your site for a few years as a mArch student, and now I have a job in product development. I was wondering if you know of any resource similar to evermotion, except for rhino+vray workflow. I’d love to buy a good looking scene of a bathroom/kitchen and just drop in my product development stuff into it to give them more of an in situ look/feel. I was hoping to buy one or several of your scenes but reading through the comments above it looks like you are not interested in selling 3d assets at this time. I’m looking for contemporary clean stuff similar to your scenes below:

    Finland Housing Interior
    House in Norway
    Suburban Project
    Hamburg Apartment
    Villa in Bratislava

  2. William Boone says:

    Hello Sir,
    I’m working on the nest chair tutorial. Its hard to understand Step 3. You say:

    “3. The chair consists of 15 rods, so 360 ° / 15 = 24 °. Create pipe 42 mm in diameter using the main axis. Before we start rotating it, we need to create holes for the secondary rods. Rotate and copy the secondary axis by 24 °, until you get 5 curves crossing the main rod. Laws of geometry will make sure they will always exactly cross axis of each other.”

    Are the (5) secondary rods rotated around the circle or which axis? Are the secondary rods 3d rotated? In the images it appears that secondary rods are already rotated in the z axis by Step 3. Please help. Thank you.

    • Hi William,

      The 5 secondary rods, just like the main rods, are rotated in the Top view, (standard 2D rotation) by 24 °. For the center of rotation, you use the Center of the circle. It is this Circle which is divided by 24°. There is no 3D rotation involved at all :)

      • William Boone says:

        Thanks. At one point are the rods rotated to form the chair? In Step 3, all my beginning rods are flat.

  3. I’m not sure what you mean by flat; I think I forgot to mention that when you start with the main and secondary rod, they need to be rotated (in the Side – view ) by apx. 20 °. – I say approximately, because it’s up to you. I’ve seen pictures of this chair in either taller or broader version. So, if you’d like taller version, you will rotate the axis for the rods in the side view by smaller value (less than 20, which is what used).

    Original chair is handmade, I had watched videos from the factory in order to understand how it was made. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_lQipsJXsY

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  5. Simisi Odu says:

    Hello Matus,

    I’m a Architecture student earning my Masters. I’m really getting into the realm of rendering both Photorealistic and Non-Photorealistic with hopes to eventually get into Architecture Visualization.

    I’ve noticed that Rhino / V-ray has stepped up it’s Arch Visualization capabilities (especially in regards to Photorealistic Rendering) as compared to 3ds Max / V-ray. In your professional opinion do you think its necessary to know both 3ds Max / V-ray and Rhino / V-ray for arch 3D modeling and arch viz?

    I’m more comfortable w/ Rhino / V-ray and I am teaching myself 3ds Max / V-ray. But I want to know if it will be worth my time.
    I guess I’m still trying to see the difference in the visualizations between 3ds Max / V-ray and Rhino / V-ray. What is the main difference between them?

    • We do not know and do not use 3DS Max, so I do not believe it is a mandatory knowledge ;)
      Well, main difference is that 3ds Max is really more capable than Rhino, however Rhino is more stable and user friendly. You can do a lot of magic with Rhino and Vray, but for large exteriors Photoshop is a must have tool, mainly for foliage, which might be problematic to achieve in Rhino and Vray. But the border between these two is partly disappearing fortunately :)

  6. Hello,
    I clicked on your Eames chair link which subscribes me but it doesn’t say how I download the free file?

  7. got it thanks.

  8. Beuatiful,beautiful work.

    Are these all done in Rhino? I

  9. peteraiken says:

    help
    I started an account and it will not send a validation email. I have tried several times to resend it. I can log in but cannot make any feedbacks or start a topic. My user name is peteraiken

    Thanks
    Peter

  10. Hello how can we directly contact you?

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