San Jose University, California came up trumps at the recent Interior Design Association of Northern California (IIDA) Student Design Awards and have their 3D visualisation toolkit to thank for their success.
Interior design students at San Jose University spent a substantial period of their course learning Luxology’s modo to model, sculpt and render their research products. modo, a 3d modelling, paint, rendering and animation tool was used by the students to create their projects that were shortlisted and successful at the IIDA awards 2012.
Second place trophy winner Chase Lunt used modo to mimic the internal structure of a vegetable to produce a restaurant design that integrates the ideas of photosynthesis and vegetarianism. And here is part of his finished project...
Pretty cool right?