June 15, 2017, 12:40:24 pm
CATHEDRAL OF FREEDOM / HOMMAGE TO JOZE PLECNIK by Miragedereve
Modeling: Archicad 20
Scenery: Lumion 7.3 PRO
Animation + rendering: Lumion 7.3 PRO
Audio and Video editing: Adobe Premiere Pro
Video format: 2560 x 1440 at 60fps
Render time: 18-120s / frame
Total render time: 137h + multiple test renders
My computer specs are:
Intel Core i7-4790K @ 4.2 GHz overclocked
NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Black 6Gb
Cathedral of Freedom / Plecnik Parliament (Slovene: Plecnikov parlament) is the colloquial name of two designs for a building intended to house the legislature of the People's Republic of Slovenia within the second Yugoslavia. Formally known as the Slovene Acropolis and the Cathedral of Freedom (Slovenska akropola / Katedrala svobode), the two designs were proposed in 1947 by Slovenia's most eminent architect, Joze Plecnik, but were rejected in favour of a more conventional design.
A square, colonnaded false façade would have surrounded the cylindrical main building of two stories, surmounted by a tall, spirally tapering conical cupola. Supported internally by inclined columns, the cupola would have spanned the parliament chamber. The facade would have measured 50 m in length, the tower rising to 120 m. Several slightly varying designs were produced, some including a second colonnade wrapping the second floor of the main building, different porticoes, or an asymmetrical ground floor.
Plecnik Parliament. (2017, January 2). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved
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