Originally designed by Eileen Gray for one specific parisian apartment in 1921, it became an design icon of modernist era and has been used in all kinds of interiors ever since. (The name that she chose for the chair, originates from the Bibendum character created by Michelin to advertise tyres.) Its back/arm rest consists of two semi-circular, padded tubes encased in soft leather. The frame is made of a chromium plated steel tube. We paid special attention to physical properties of the actual materials - how it creases, reflects etc. for you to achieve professional and persuasive renderings. You won’t find more realistic 3D model of this design icon anywhere else and it will definitely add some class into your visualizations.
What started as a blog run by a young architecture student in 2008 has become a complex project involving thousands of people from all over the world. First stepping stones were my first 3D models I came out with. In the course of time, more and more people supported me in my efforts and joined me by sharing their own works.
Sep 30, 2014
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