Phase Two of Project Soane: Rendering

May 20, 2016 Alison Geering-Kline

Project Soane Rendering

Phase two of Project Soane has begun and we can’t wait to see what participants will create. They will utilize all of the work done in phase one by creating digital renders of the crowd-created BIM models of the former Bank of England. These renders will be created using NVIDIA IRay, VRay, Autodesk 3ds Max, and Autodesk Stingray, and A360 will play the critical role of home to all of Project Soane’s reference files. Contest participants can download and collaborate on files within the Project Soane hub in the A360 platform.

With over $30,000 in prizes, submissions are rolling in, but there’s still time to submit your renders. The deadline to enter is June 6th. Register now to get started.

Over 500 architects came together to create BIM models of John Soane’s Bank of England, but this second phase will bring those models to life. Recreate history with Project Soane.

Get inspired by some of the submitted works in progress in the gallery:

Project Soane Rendering      Project Soane Rendering      Project Soane Rendering

Learn more about how A360 enabled the recreation of one of history’s most cherished architectural ruins. Download the customer story.

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