Bevis-Corker house

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Posted by  Willie Rohrbach on February 15, 2000 at 06:28:03:


This house, the Bevis-Corker house (previously uploaded by my fellow class mate Chris) is an excercise in handling cirulation restrictions, or more accurately, the presence of a large, skewed, immobile center. The entire interior design is focused on the long running wall, including the windows, doors, and hallways. This exact view encompasses a terrain (generated with the the Artifice terrain engine) and also some trees (also compliments of Artifice). The aerial perspective was selected to highlight the overall geometry of the building, including its unique idiosyncracies.


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