So much to do with Virtual Reality!

The “so” promising Virtual Reality is finally happening. From an architect point of view, there is still so much to do!

If you want to know more about what is taking most of my time since 2012, check my other blog Archimemory.net and follow me @archimemory

AMxp 3.0 - Organic

AMxp 3.0 – Organic

Designed by KPF

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Interior and exterior visualisations for international architecture practice KPF.

Designed by Archi2000

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All these visuals were made between 2002 and 2008 when working for ARCHI2000 in Brussels.

A few competition panels

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Mainly ARCHI2000 competitions and a couple with Michael Bihain and AUXAU.

Furniture designed by Michael Bihain

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Those visuals were made for belgian designer, Michael Bihain.

Back to Freelance

After one year and half working as an amployee for KPF, I am back as a freelance.

Working for KPF

I can’t say much, but there are a few big architecture projects in this practice. “The Pinnacle” is already something by himself.
Have a look on this presentation of tall building from Hayes Davidson
You will see “The Pinnacle” right in the middle.

You can find me on Coroflot

view my portfolio:
coroflot.com/3dvizit

DF Vfx courses over, final result in HD.

CAPT-A : Demoreel v0.4 from Pierre-François Gerard on Vimeo.

This short was realised during DF Vfx courses at LFA. It is showing along the 12 shots differents Vfx technics such as liveaction and 3D integration, motion capture, match moving, compositing, …

eVolo 2009 – Energy Renewable Power Plant.

We submitted, with my frend Ertu Erbay, on 19th of January, our proposal to this wonderful competition about the futur of vertical density. Now results have been published. We didn’t win, but here is our proposal:

“Throughout history, the expansion of human population has been supported by a steady growth in our use of energy. The operation of our present industrial civilization is wholly dependent on access to a very large amount of energy of various types.
The current global energy mix consists of oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear, hydro and renewable energy such as wind and solar. The analysis starts from the recognition that non-renewable types of energy are finite and subject to effects which will result in a declining production rate in the near future. At the moment, renewable energy such as wind, photovoltaic and thermal solar, tidal and wave power, etc shows little impact (1% of the total energy used) but enormous promise.

Proponents of renewable energy point to the enormous amount of research being conducted and to the vast range of approaches being explored. They also point out correctly that the incentive is enormous: the development of renewable alternatives is crucial for the sustainability of human civilization.
All this awareness, work, and promise give the nascent industry an aura of strength verging on invincibility. That in turn supports a conviction among its promoters that all things are possible.

eVolo09_Tripod-1
eVolo09_Tripod-2

Therefore, the proposition aims to provide an answer to produce and distribute energy to maintain ecological growth of mankind.
This tower uses the magnetic levitation principle to generate energy. Hot air is forced in at the bottom and out from the top. Going through a diamagnetic-magnetic cylindar, the air will then prevent natural movement friction and maintain the fan-shaped magnets at speed to produce energy, relentlessly.”