Studies produced for Studio O+A and proposed interior corridor vignettes in McDonald’s new HQ in Chicago.
Rendering for Michael Green Architecture and a proposed cross-laminated timber building in Newark, NJ.
Interior studies of units for startup company focusing on vertically integrated pre-fab multi-residential housing .
“Architectural scale model” renderings for presentation before the California Coastal Commission studying a proposed addition for a private residence in Carmel, California.
Provided conceptual design and DD package as well 3d renderings of a showroom expansion for a major contract furniture manufacturer in Toronto, Canada.
Conceptual design and DD package as well as 3d rendering studies for a major contract furniture manufacturer and their showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago.
Field of Vision is providing design and visualization services for a private residence in San Francisco, CA
Models and renderings of lighting designs for Spectra Lighting for inclusion in their product catalog.
Field of Vision provided concept development, design and production of over 20 graphics for the EMMY award-winning documentary Saving the Bay chronicling the environmental history of San Francisco Bay.
Visual simulations were produced for the project EIR to study the impacts of redeveloping over 40 acres of the existing Squaw Valley ski area to accomodate additional recreational amenities and housing.
An interpretation of Sverre Fehn’s design for a church located in Honningsvag Norway.
Design and architectural visualization of a proposed residence located in Napa California.
A proposal to repurpose a highway as a park while utilizing the real estate beneath for urban development.
This demo reel includes highlights from the documentaries, Becoming California, Saving the Bay, and San Francisco Symphony at 100 as well outtakes from those shows.
A computer model was produced during the develop phase to study a single-mast cable-stayed bridge located in Redding, CA designed by Santiago Calatrava. The model was used in visual simulations for inclusion in the project EIR.