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Recreate the Villa Savoye using Rhino 3D

  • Rhino 3D
  • Architecture
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  • Play circleSetting up our scene

    03min 19seg

  • Play circleImporting our picture frames

    08min 53seg

  • Play circleDrawing the construction grid

    08min 15seg

  • Play circle2D - Drawing the ground floor primary walls

    07min 17seg

  • Play circle2D - Drawing the ground floor secondary walls

    13min 56seg

  • Play circle2D - Drawing the first floor primary walls

    05min 48seg

  • Play circle2D - Drawing the first floor secondary walls

    15min 12seg

  • Play circle2D - Drawing the roof

    09min 22seg

  • Play circle3D - Drawing the ground floor

    06min 10seg

  • Play circle3D - Drawing the first floor and roof

    06min 36seg

  • Play circle3D - Drawing the window openings ground floor

    10min 42seg

  • Play circle3D - Drawing the window openings first floor

    10min 08seg

  • Play circle3D - Drawing the window openings first floor and roof

    11min 20seg

  • Play circleDrawing the doors ground floor

    07min 04seg

  • Play circleDrawing the standard windows ground floor

    12min 49seg

  • Play circleDrawing the curved windows ground floor

    10min 04seg

  • Play circleDrawing the stair and ramp ground floor

    20min 06seg

  • Play circleDrawing the doors, stair and ramp first floor

    13min 14seg

  • Play circleDrawing the doors, stair and ramp roof

    10min 14seg

  • Play circleImporting 3D objects

    05min 01seg

  • Play circleDrawing a clipping plane, make 2d and screenshots

    12min 20seg

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Arie-Willem de Jongh

In this course, we’re going to model the famous Villa Savoye from Le Corbusier, a cornerstone project of the modern architecture movement. This course follows nicely from the Rhino 101 - fundamentals in 3d modeling course, so if you haven’t had the chance of seeing that one, be sure to check it out!

We will walk you through the process of setting up your project, preparing our 2D line work, transforming the 2D lines to 3D objects and finishing our project with some detailing. We’ll also show you some tricks that you can use for post production purposes.

After this course, you will know how to model simple projects and have a better understanding of how to efficiently organize your work.

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