The architecture enthusiasts here at Luxury London HQ spend an unhealthy amount of time on the website of Norwegian creative design studio Mir, fixated by its 3D visualisations of unbuilt architecture.
For architects across the world, the opportunity to see their designs in a hyper-realistic setting, among the buildings their construction will be joining, is invaluable for the next stage of architectural planning. For others, the 'Natural Visualation' of unbuilt architecture by the Bergen-based creative studio is a work of art.
In tight spaces such as the City, this tool becomes even more powerful, showing how new designs interact with the condensed landscape of the Square Mile. Here are just three of Mir’s latest 3D imaginings, possibly coming to a major city near you.
Do you recognise this city skyline (above)?
Aedas, Bravo Project, in Beijing, China (below)
A render of the Poly International Plaza, Beijing, China (below).
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