Monday, 15 June 2009

A Tale of Three Models

I have always loved California beach style living, which inspired me to design this wood and stucco home. I picture this home on the beach line, or at the end of a long forested road. The first is a virtual foam core model, second has materials applied, and the third is hand rendered and drawn. I think each has it’s time and place in the design process.

 

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modern beach house rendered june 09

Design and Rendering by Michelle Morelan Design

11 comments:

qerat said...

Michelle
these are great.
Love all that glass

Maria Killam said...

I like the gradation of color that you did! I love to see your work!

Brillante Home Decor said...

Welcome back with more interesting projects. Nothing beats your renderings.

~ Patricia Gray ~ said...

Hi Michelle
I love the design for this 'beach' house. I can just imagine what the view is like from the upper floor. Well done!!

Renae said...

Michelle,
My favorite is the third rendering...the colours suit me! Glad you are back from your break...missed you!
xo

DesignTies said...

Each picture is better than the one before it -- and they're all fantastic!!

You're an amazingly talented lady, Michelle. I'm totally in awe of you!!

Kelly

annechovie said...

Beautiful! You are so gifted, Michelle!

Danica said...

Beautiful! I love all the glass, the views from inside would be amazing. That is, if people can stop staring at the house!

Willow Decor: said...

Ilove the glass and the views, but mostly to see all your work! Fabulous!

Meade Design Group said...

When you are rested you create the must stunning work - Welcome Back!

Anastassis said...

Glad to see you're using S/Up Michelle! I'm a great fan of it too, and I truly like your output!All of the CAD work on my blog is SUp too.
Needless to say, nothing beats your hand renderings. Look forward to seeing more of your new project, and, actually, it would be amazing if you cound find the time to document your design process. You know I love seeing the whole thing unfold step by step, or rather, sketch by sketch!
Anastassis