Rendering Sample Gallery

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Rendering Sample Gallery

  1. 1. Rendering Sample Gallery Rendering Sample Gallery Malcolm Cunningham and Associates ARCHITECTURAL ILLUSTRATION
  2. 2. Directory <ul><li>Residential and Mixed Use </li></ul><ul><li>Commercial </li></ul><ul><li>Interiors </li></ul><ul><li>Industrial </li></ul><ul><li>Optional Media </li></ul><ul><li>Contact </li></ul><ul><li>About Us </li></ul>Directory
  3. 3. Mixed Use: Halstead Street café. Mixed Use: Halsted Street café (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  4. 4. Mixed Use: North and Division at Cabrini Green site. Mixed Use: North and Division at Cabrini Green site (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  5. 5. Mixed Use: Main Street Triangle. Mixed Use: Main Street Triangle (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  6. 6. Mixed Use: South and Home Condos. Mixed Use: South and Home Condos (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  7. 7. Residential: 105 th and Vincennes streetscape. Residential: 105 th and Vincennes streetscape (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  8. 8. Residential: Florida Condo pool/spa. Residential: Florida Condo pool/spa (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  9. 9. Residential: Laurel and Western redevelopment. Residential: Laurel and Western redevelopment (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  10. 10. Residential: Armitage Avenue park. Residential: Armitage Avenue park (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  11. 11. Residential: Harbor Shores golf community. Residential: Harbor Shores golf community (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  12. 12. Residential: Bloomington regional park. Residential: Bloomington regional park (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  13. 13. Commercial: Deerfield Beach retail. Commercial: Deerfield Beach retail (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  14. 14. Commercial: Plaza Central Mayor. Commercial: Plaza Central Mayor (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  15. 15. Commercial: Chicago Union Station retail court. Commercial: Chicago Union Station retail court (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  16. 16. Commercial: East Bank Club deli. Commercial: East Bank Club deli (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  17. 17. Interiors: Eleven South La Salle Street lobby. Interiors: Eleven South La Salle Street lobby (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  18. 18. Interiors: Evanston Condo lobby. Interiors: Evanston Condo lobby (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  19. 19. Interiors: JCYS Max Davison art studio. Interiors: JCYS Max Davidson art studio (line work)
  20. 20. Interiors: A. Finkl & Sons Burnside plant office. Interiors: A. Finkl & Sons Burnside Plant office (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  21. 21. Industrial: A. Finkl & Sons Burnside plant solar parking lot. Industrial: A. Finkl & Sons Burnside Plant solar parking lot (color pencil, pastel chalk on line work print)
  22. 22. Industrial: Ozinga Calumet River site cement plant. Industrial: Ozinga Calumet River site cement plant (line work)
  23. 23. Optional media: Lemont I & M Canal. Optional media: Lemont I & M Canal (watercolor on line drawing)
  24. 24. Optional media: Old Irving Park streetscape. Optional media: Old Irving Park streetscape (watercolor)
  25. 25. Optional media: Old Irving Park townhomes. Optional media: Old Irving Park townhomes (watercolor)
  26. 26. Optional media: Florida residence. Optional media: Florida Residence (formal pen and ink; line only)
  27. 27. Optional media: Lakeview duplex. Optional media: Lakeview duplex (formal pen and ink)
  28. 28. Optional media: Inverness duplex. Optional media: Inverness duplex (formal pen and ink)
  29. 29. Optional media: rendered elevation. Optional media: rendered elevation (color added to client’s line drawing)
  30. 30. Optional media: 11 South La Salle Street rendered elevation Optional media: 11 South La Salle Street rendered elevation
  31. 31. Optional media: Michael Brand Brewery. Optional media: Michael Brand Brewery (watercolor on line drawing)
  32. 32. Optional media: Peter Schoenhofen Brewery. Optional media: Peter Schoenhofen Brewery (watercolor on line drawing)
  33. 33. CONTACT INFORMATION CONTACT INFORMATION Contact Us: Malcolm Cunningham and Associates 625 West Madison Street, #4912 Chicago, Illinois 60661 Attn: Malcolm Cunningham Ph/fax: (312) 612 5256 Email: [email_address] REQUESTED REFERENCE MATERIAL: Basic site plan, floor plans, elevations Context photos and landscape information Materials samples, cut sheets etc
  34. 34. ABOUT US BACKGROUND I n 1994 Malcolm Cunningham began offering his services as an independent specialist in architectural sketch renderings. This came after several years in the employ of Rael D. Slutsky and Associates and prior background as an architectural/graphics technician for local Chicago area design firms. Fifteen years of subsequent experience have afforded an exposure to many different project types and a variety of the areas design firms and realtors/developers. A particular capability is the depiction of traditional and historic architecture and familiarity with local design context. WHY ? In this digital age we remain convinced that there is a place for the look and evocative qualities of traditional media delineation. Since most firms use the same software, regrettably most computer renderings have a generic “sameness” about them that fails to excite the viewer or differentiate a firms work from that of its competition. At the beginning of a project or in competitive proposal situations, the lack of a design data base or the development cost and time required may preclude digital renderings. In the case of public design presentations hand drawn images can “soften” the appearance of an otherwise computer generated presentation. Plus, traditional media is truly “green”. PRODUCTION Traditional media perspective renderings via the plan projection method. Renderings may also be developed from client’s wire frame views or from photographs of existing structures with supplemental layout. . Review of intermediate line images at view study, layout, black and white line drawing stages via fax or scan; Review of final color image via 11 x 17 format color scan via e mail or disk.

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