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Apartment Refurbishment

Apartment Refurbishment

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Residential refurbishment in Sesto San Giovanni (Milan) ITALY
Comments
X176
4 months ago

amazing job wonderful i hope one day i ll be abe to so something like that

X176
10 months ago

amazing work

User_x176
about 1 year ago

wo bu renshi yingwen!!

User_x176
over 1 year ago

Do you do all this in revit? including the rendering?!

User_x176
almost 2 years ago

very cool. Where you get the sofa, the chair, the curtains, and the flowers?

User_x176
almost 2 years ago

Nice ambiance and detail! How did you manage the operable window? Is that a parametric family?

User_x176
almost 2 years ago

Great renderings! How you did the wood floor?

X176
almost 2 years ago

geart simple touches

User_x176
almost 2 years ago

feels like your right there in the room, nice job

X176
almost 2 years ago

Great Stuff bro !

User_x176
almost 2 years ago

nice

X176
almost 2 years ago

Awesome!

User_x176
almost 2 years ago

it's very beautiful

User_x176
almost 2 years ago

Hi

Really nice images!

Do you model all you items in Revit or import from other sotware (such as 3ds max)?

User_x176
about 2 years ago

i like it

User_x176
about 2 years ago

Very nice work!

X176
about 2 years ago

Many thanks bro

X176
about 2 years ago

Your technics are great bro, all respect :)

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Alessio Herbert
Cinisello Balsamo, Milano, Italy

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