Paulien Bremmer i.c.w. Hootsmans architectuurbureau proposed new building for Gerrit Rietveld Academy and Sandberg Institute, which is an international university of applied sciences for Fine Arts and Design in Amsterdam. The design will link two existing buildings forming a single structure.
[one-half-first]New form will have completely transparent façade on the ground floor to link inner functions with the surrounding area. The upper floor dedicated for project space of Sandberg Institute is featured with a double façade with metal perforated panels. These elements can change[/one-half-first]
[one-half] their position and regulate the amount of daylight entering the building. Except the assembly hall students will find wood workshop and a sunken library with a two-story central space as well as open computer service and print/robotics workplace.[/one-half]
Aim of the visualizations was to show the transparency and accessibility of the building. 3d renderings simultaneously depict different activities and functions of the new extension. ELEMENT’s goal was to create specific mood and atmosphere of artistic and vibrant university. The daylight interior views were created in the 3ds max and rendered in Corona engine using such materials as concrete, steel, wood fibre cement boards and glass. The final result illustrates sensuality of the space and correspond to the function of the building. All the images went through postproduction in Photoshop including colour correction, general adjustments and cutout people placement.