After a year of waiting and hard work, it has finally arrived: Stage 2! We are proud to present the long awaited sequal to Stage 1. Completely new and better in every way compared to Stage 1. In this stage we will show how Rotterdam gets rebuilt.
We will fly through the city and show you the most notable area's and buildings that Rotterdam has built since the events in the previous stage. Enjoy!
Check studioanaloog.nl for Stage 1 and our other work!
Joris van Opstal: Art director
Serdar Yerdelen: 3D modelling and animation
Rowan Broek: 2D animation and compositing
Alain Koopmans: 3D modelling and animation, camera animation and render manager
Sander Wezenbeek: 3D modelling and animation
Tuur Hendrikx (Sonic Picnic): sound design
The City Centre Masterplan is Auckland Council's 20-year future vision for the CBD. Eight 'Transformational Moves' describe areas of the city which will be developed to enhance connections, transport, housing, environment, business and general liveability.
We helped Auckland Council convey the scope of each development through the creation of an interactive 3D Auckland model and fly-through animation, showing each development in the context of the full City.
Using SAP Visual Enterprise Author, GIS and aerial imagery were combined to establish a base model. Then, proposed development models from eight different architectural firms were seamlessly integrated. The result is a highly detailed 3D model we call "Digital Auckland" upon which other projects have flourished.
Fly-through animation rendered with SAP Visual Enterprise Author.
A permanent installation directed by Romain Tardy & Thomas Vaquié
Hala Stulecia, Wroclaw, Poland.
-> Be sure to watch the making of the piece here: vimeo.com/41475403
When opened, Hala Stulecia was the largest reinforced concrete structure in the world. With a diameter of 65m it was home to the largest dome built since the Pantheon in Rome eighteen centuries earlier.
The piece proposed for the Centennial Hall of Wroclaw is based around the notion of timelessness in architecture, and the idea of what future has meant throughout the 20th century.
Taking the 1910’s as a starting point (the dome was erected in 1913), historical and artistic references were used to reveal the architecture of the space.
By using references such as Fritz Lang’s Metropolis or the utopian projects of Archigram to confront the different visions of the future at different times, Romain Tardy and Thomas Vaquié were interested in trying to create a vision of a future with no precise time reference. A timeless future.
Read more about the project on the ANTIVJ BLOG: blog.antivj.com/2012/o/
DIRECTED by Romain Tardy & Thomas Vaquié
ARCHITECTURE by Max Berg (1913)
VISUALS by Romain Tardy, Guillaume Cottet
MUSIC composed by Thomas Vaquié
2D / 3D MAPPING by Joanie Lemercier, Romain Tardy
MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTION Nicolas Boritch
Filmed by Jerome Monnot, Joanie Lemercier, Romain Tardy
Edited by Jerome Monnot