Box Gallery project by OUUM studio represents a visualization concept idea of modern architecture building with translucent insulation glass blocks located in Denmark. It includes four floors with art exhibitions and installation inside.
First of all, the project transmits the atmosphere which produced with CG. It shows the concept of the unbuilt building. Interior renders includes visualization of a piece of nature exhibition where meets with inanimate blocks. The minimalist structure stands as a light box that absorbs, reflects, and filters light across the façade and throughout the building. The facades etched, translucent glass glows, the light-sensitive glass is shining when sunshine or internal lighting illuminate it. It becomes a dynamic part of the building. It reacts in different ways according to the light, time of day, weather, and surrounding context.
The structure of houses is minimalist and reductive in the sense that there are only three walls in the museum and all its floor. The three concrete walls include gallery spaces and a plot of circulating areas on the perimeter of the building, creating a structure of isolation and openness in one. The interior of Box Gallery works as a connection between art and architecture, which, although remarkably different in size and composition, combines the combination of diffuse natural light and a palette of neutral material, integrate integrity as a museum of contemporary art, where art or architecture obscures the other.
Concept architecture made by Yarko Kushta. The visualization rendering made on Corona and Fstorm renders with quixel mega scans of interior renders with post-production in photoshop and plugin ArionFX.