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A social media campaign led the way to the creative urban safari visualization project by DBOX. The visualization work was for promoting the new building at 200 East 59th, NYC.
The idea of spaciousness in the development and within NYC, in general, is portrayed by the fact that spaces can hold elephants, for example, like a baby elephant in the bathtub. The film is definitely worth a watch—one of the more delightful viz films we have ever seen.
DBOX is a multinational, multi-discipline studio agency with offices in London, Miami, New York, and Los Angeles. Their work is quite stunning—a big recommend to readers to check them out.
The image above is from the archviz studio Binyan, which is largely Australia-based with offices in Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney, along with a New York City studio.
The firm seems to be working for marquee architect firms like Snøhetta, David Adjaya Associates, and Richard Meier & Partners, among others. In fact, the Richard Meier project they rendered is 685 First Avenue, NYC, and can be found here. Unlike a typical Meier project, the project isn’t all white but all black. (worth a look).
The final image below is from The Boundary, a London studio doing some amazing work for some of the biggest names in the architectural industry—including Richard Rogers, Tadao Ando, Renzo Piano, Herzog & de Meuron, among others.
This image above is 86 Park, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, and is a residential development on Miami’s North Beach. The Boundary’s project page devoted to this shows some stunning visuals and animation fly-bys. This is for high-end living and the materials are really gorgeous inside these units. Take a look.