Architectural Renderings

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Architectural renderings are based on blueprints and unexploded views created by the architectural designer. I take the basic flat linear prints and turn them into a three-dimensional representation of a finished product. I extrude from the base following the notes provided. 

Above: An office complex before construction.


Retail store interior entryway c. 1984

 

 

The entryway is all glass allowing window shopping after hours at a distance. The logo wraps around the doors and windows like a bow wrapping a present.

The bright hues of pink, magenta, and subdued jungle greens cooperate to form a fusion of color. Custom carpet would be produced to highlight the various areas of the store.

 

The interior consisted of several counter areas, two of which are depicted here. The area on the right had live plants with a jungle mural painted in the background of lighted display cases. Floating displays were all appointed in deco colors complementing the remaining interior items.

Spot and pin lights focused on product presentation with additional scoop lighting embedded under the tops of the running displays. Live plants proliferated throughout.

The second area below featured a juice bar with espresso maker. Customers could feel free to chat and discuss their desires without the pressure of staring at a display case. Fresh pastry would also be served.

 

 

Retail store counterspace with live animal displays c. 1984


Retail store second counterspace interior c. 1984

COMMERCIAL OFFICE PROPERTY: The project was to turn linear blueprints into a conceptual rendering for the building.


Office Building c. 1985

 

 

This office building was one of many illustrated for development during real estate expansion in the 1980s. We worked on many projects related to commercial real estate in the region.

 

 

Contact

Classical Murals
c/o Richard Rivette
8511 Davis Lake Parkway, C6-267
Charlotte, NC 28269

(704) 997 9449

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