Cancun Resort rendering project with Karim Rashid

Purpose: Karim Rashid was designing a new addition for the Temptation Cancun Resort, and he needed a reliable team to take care of the 3d renders.
Project status: Finished
Location: Mexico, Cancun.
Produced in Bucharest, Romania
Year: 2018

Back in 2018 when Karim contacted us, we just started our rendering business – we were in the actual progress of learning the skill of photorealist visualization. So if you’re curious to see where we started from, stick with us!

Karim Rashid and Ada Tache were very clear in communicating the brief, so we had no problem hitting the target from the first try. Karim made a lot of sketches of each space, and each object he designed – such as the “Raindrop Wall” you see in the axonometry below. Ada made sure we received the technical drawings of the space, the digital copies of the prints that were going to be used on the walls or on the floor, and clear instructions on which material was going to be used on every surface.

Axonometry of the Temptation Cancun Resort redesigned by Karim Rashid
This axonometry was actually an extra render we offered to Karim Rashid, so his client will better understand the overall design of the space.
Restroom entrance with sketch created by pink designer Karim
Karim sent us a sketch he made specifically for this wall, and we visualised it into an LED installation.
Lobby Rendered View of Temptation Resort
Render from the lobby, towards the bar.
Yellow Buffet designed by Karim Rashid and visualized in 3d
The yellow buffet designed by Karim Rashid.

Here’s another pink project of ours, an Instagramable chair designed and built by us for Megamall Bucharest.

 

Pink design restaurant render
The Rain restaurant of the Temptation Resort in Cancun, Mexico. The 3D, undulating LED tubes give the impression of a white, straight and powerful rain.
Temptation Resort restaurant render
The Temptation Resort restaurant. View towards the bar and the blue Raindrop Wall designed by Karim Rashid.
Terrace view of the Cancun Resort
Terrace view of the Cancun Resort. The B-Line Hoop chairs are also designed by Karim Rashid.

Later edit: We have developed our rendering skills quite a bit since then. You can scroll through more projects by us here.

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Monica Safta Arhitect and 3d artist at Overlap space
 
 
 
Published in July 2020.
By Monica Safta, arhitect @OVERLAP.SPACE

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