In the building group BOW, we do have two brilliant teachers. Graham, who is the King of Blender and know how to prepare the buildings to Second Life, and Rottin, who teach us about architecture, and give us enormous challenges,when he wants us to join competitions, where the task is a building inspired by the original architect.
The two latest contests have been with inspiration from first: The minimalistic Japanese architect Tadao Ando . ( Link to Wikipedia: ). He is known for his use of natural light in his buildings, and he intends to let people experience the nature through the architecture.
Rottin had arranged the platforms with high gray concrete walls, and in between those, we had to build our creation inspired by this building:
Many made a model after this photo.
The winner of the competition had built an excellent model of Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
I tried to make my interprenation of a modern minimalistic house with the light, and nature included almost in the rooms as the most important. And of course by using mainly concrete and glass.
I like my house a lot..would like to live in it, but yes maybe it was a bit too much my interpretation. No prices to me, lol, but yes, as usual, I learned a lot of new things, and most of the house is created in Blender.