About FlyingArchitecture Store

About FlyingArchitecture Store

It all started as a blog run by a young architecture student Matus Nedecky in 2008.

He didn't know for sure what was to happen in the coming years. Now what once was a humble blog has evolved into a full-fledged online store with 3D assets, models, scenes, photos, materials and tutorials. What we appreciate the most though, is the whole community involving thousands of people all over the world, that have gathered around the site. Our thanks go to you. We would have gotten nowhere without you.

We believe that things come to life faster by cooperation. That's why we share an extensive library of 3D models for free and add to it regularly. All of our products are primary set for Rhinoceros and V-ray render engine, but you can find .obj or .fbx  formats as well. Some of our products, especially trees and natural elements are set for 3DsMax or Blender too. Recently added scanned models of people have been a huge hit so far. If you don't find a 3D model you need and you wish to learn how to make one of your own, go check out our tutorials. And if you are in need of a high-quality material set up for Rhino, take a look into our materials section. New section photos was added in 2020. Tons of pictures are available at your disposal for a subscription fee. Scenes complete the categories of the store. They are set up with meticulous precision and crafted with passion, combining individual 3D models into complete set-ups; we even included postproduction PSD/PSB files.

Time has passed, Matus has been joined by a whole team of enthusiastic artists, and beside the store there's a whole architectural visualizations studio, which is our primary focus. That's the real secret behind the quality of the 3D models we provide to you. We use the models all the time in our projects, so they have been scrutinized many times in the professional production workflow, which leads to these amazing images.

Once in a while we feel that online communications doesn't really do the trick - so we organize workshops occasionally to meet with you in person and share what we have learned over the years. Don't forget to check out our site regularly to get the latest news.

We want to keep on pushing the boundaries, experiment with new ideas, keep our skills up-to-date and sharpen them to the limit so that we can offer our clients the best possible result. To inquire about commissions, use this contact form.

We hope you'll enjoy this site as a communication hub for all 3D artists. Feel free to comment or ask anything about our products. We'd appreciate to hear any suggestions you might have! Also any other question or simple “thanks” is always welcomed.

Thank You all for your help in building this awesome community! Let's roll on!


FlyingArchitecture s.r.o.
Dunajská 163/35, Brno 625 00, Czechia
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Aazath1992 Feb 16, 2015
pls can u share something about google sketchup...and v-ray...
Sorry but the only thing I can share is an information that we do not use it at all...
digitaltoon Mar 28, 2015
I totally love this site and how generous you guys are and of course your work is just beautiful. Just to clarify are you guys using VRay for Rhino on all the renderings? I want to go further but want to get the right tenderer..
Thank You, digitaltoon :) Yes, we use V-Ray for Rhino only for all our renderings (stated in March 2015, in case of future reference :D )
53dougherty Apr 11, 2015
Matus, I want to thank you a ton for all the help this website has been for me as an architecture student. I've learned quite a bit from the tutorials and the amount of free models is very generous of you guys. I've been using Rhino+Vray for about two years now, but I have one question: when I am texture mapping in the rendered viewport in Rhino, it's often hard to see the detail of the material until I actually render it. No matter if there are any lights or not, it will either be too "bright" or too dark. For example I've been working on getting a concrete texture to look right, but I have to tilt the model and a weird angle or do a small "render in window" to actually see how the material would look. Because it just looks super bright white, and that's the case with a lot of materials. Do you know of any way to better be able to see how the material is mapped in the Rendered view before actually rendering? Thanks
cwalke01 May 4, 2015
Any chance anyone has a gunmetal?
Helos, i can´t understand why i can´t have the tutorial of this https://flyingarchitecture.com/tutorials/bucefalo-sofa... please
You need at least an explorer account to access this tutorial. Please check out https://flyingarchitecture.com/user/subscription for more info on plans.
danyaloff Aug 24, 2015
so so so great site. the renders and models are great, the information is priceless. I'm novice in 3D world and I love Rhino so much. but one question, Mr. Matus, can u say, how I can export rhino model to 3ds max or maya in best way? which format best suited fot this and which Mesh settings I must set? tnx for reply.
I prefer Meshing it first and then exporting - You have better control over polygon network. Then you can use OBJ or FBX (which I prefer).
danyaloff Aug 26, 2015
thank u very much for ur reply
Aazath1992 Sep 6, 2015
Yeah.. me also need to know something about sketchup...
smitkhond Mar 17, 2016
Which of the models and materials be used in blender?
Any of our models can be imported to Blender via OBJ / 3DS / FBX
smitkhond Mar 25, 2016
How to apply these materials in blender ?
They are created and meant for V-Ray for Rhino. However, You can freely use the textures when recreating materials from scratch.
could i put material on the model for thea render in rhino? I tried to assign different material but it didn't work.
oh i figured it out. Thank you for building this great website! It is very useful!
He encontrado esta web por casualidad, solo hay trabajos de Rhino??? por lo poco que he podido ver muy buenos modelados. yo me estoy introduciendo a este mundo y me parece muy complejo, no se por donde seguir. Muchas gracias y un saludo.
thanks admin .. for this blog , for free download .. :)
Just wanted to drop by to say thanks!
Thank You for stopping by! ;)
Thank youu!!!! Amazing !!!
ArekThink Dec 16, 2016
Sofia, Bulgaria / Athens, Greece / Romania, you know somewhere Eastern Europe
christos_g Jan 12, 2017
Hello Greece here! Thessaloniki
I was so happy when I first found this website! I work with both, your models and your materials and I am always impressed by your works! Amazing what you can do with Rhino, thumbs up, and thanks <3
Thank You :)
mkehoewaterford@gmail.com Nov 27, 2017
Just found this website, incredible work, would there be a tutorial for the glass tumbler with the pattern please..Matt
NicoleHosheaChong Dec 31, 2017
Great website, It has been a big help to me. I am a student currently studying Interior Design. Thank you so much!
JesperKorfMadsen Mar 20, 2020
Thanks for a great website. I use it a lot and often buy 3d models. But I miss some cool 3d modeled classic cars for sale on the website. Can you help with that? ;-)
Hello, thank you for the suggestion. I will add it to the list of assets we need the most :)
SindreAarhusNarvestad Aug 31, 2020
Hey! I just bought some materials from you, received the invoice, but not the material. Please help.
Hello, you can refresh the page and download any product you purchased directly from the product page.
YasminAtef Sep 1, 2020
i love you guys wish you can start giving online courses
Hello Yasmin, it would be possible, if we just had some spare time... unfortunately we are always overloaded with commercial work and that makes it impossble to record any tut... But of course, we hear your comment and if we can manage our schedule in the future, we will consider creating some online classes :)
Stopanda Dec 8, 2021
Hello, it took me 7 years to figure out that Flying Architecture is actually a Czech run website haha. Anyway, I wanted to say thanks, your tutorials and Rhino materials aided me greatly during my studies and in a sense helped my get my high school diploma and now even bachelor's degree. Děkuji mockrát! :)
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