we prepared for you a collection Antic order pack of 3Dmodels that you can quickly import to any scene to have beautifully detailed pieces of architecture.
Save your time and bring realism into your projects
We have started an interesting collaboration with Magomed Mirzaev. He is a talented 3Ds Max user, who is specialized in 3D modeling, we decide to join forces and start creating realistic 3D models for you. We decide to join forces to bring you a collection of the best archviz models you need for your projects on our profile.
This model is created and adjusted to work in Blender 2.79 and higher - cycles.
Used Principled BSDF material shader.
What do you get?
In this collection, you get standard antic orders in real dimension. Standard orders came to be known as such during the renaissance when architects such as Giacomo da Vignola (1507-1573) and Andrea Palladio (1508-1580) built on Vitruvius’ (circa 80-15 BC) previous work.
- Composite Order by Palladio
(by Andrea Palladio, the founder of Palladianism and Classicism)
- Corinthian Order by Vignola
(by the Italian Renaissance architect Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola)
total size of 48.54 x 16.56 x 34.56 m. References - Kazan and St. Isaac Cathedrals in St. Petersburg. The model includes a Corinthian order of two types: with and without decorations. Without decorations - an arch without a pedestal, three-quarter columns. - Doric Order by Vignola
( by Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola)
Toothed - an arch without a pedestal, three-quarter columns.
Modular - arch with a pedestal, freestanding columns with pilasters
size of 46.35 x 16.93 x 27.36 m - Ionic Order Erechtheion
The Ionic order of the northern portico of the Erechtheus Temple on the Acropolis of Athens
- Ionic Order by Vignola Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola
size of 45.5 x 15.3 x 30.78 m
The collection consist of 5 files - each consists of:
- blend file format
- HDRI map
- license information
Hope you will enjoy it!
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Are you looking for more models?
COMING SOON - - - We are preparing for you: portico, rotunda, and pergola - Tuscan Order Vignola