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  1. Miccoli, Joshua Updated

    I am a "one-man-show" architect from Germany

    www.exonat.de
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  2. Martinez, Victor Updated

    Los Angeles, California


    "I must point out what a pivotal and exciting time it is right now for 3D designers in the film industry who are involved in production design. For years, digital design work in the film industry has been dedicated to post production - namely visual effects. However, studios are now beginning to realize the importance of digital design in pre-production. What used to take tens of thousands of dollars in equipment and software, can now be executed for a fraction of the cost (with software like form·Z) on desktop computers. And as fabrication techniques such as rapid prototyping, CNC milling, and laser cutting become more and more cost effective, studios are realizing that the costs to actually build complex sets (impossible to build in the past) versus CGI environments is becoming much more affordable."

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  3. Marx, John Updated

    Form4
    San Francisco, CA

    John Marx, John Marx is responsible for developing Form4 Architecture’s design vision and language in his role as design principal.
    His deep concern for listening to clients’ needs, coupled with his belief in creating designs of the highest quality and thoughtfulness, has led to many successful collaborations for the firm.
    He is the recipient of numerous international design.
    http://www.form4inc.com/
    info@form4inc.com
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  4. Neoscape, Inc. Updated

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

    http://www.neoscape.com

    Founded in 1995, Neoscape, Inc. is a visualization / multimedia services company that provides visualization, animation, corporate video, motion graphics, broadcast animation, multimedia, and web development services for a variety of clients including architects, developers, institutions, corporations and broadcast production houses using a variety of off the shelf and proprietary technology. "form•Z is a staple application for most of our artists and some of us have been users of form•Z since 1990. We have found form•Z to be the best tool for creating accurate architectural models. It excels at boolean operations and allows us to quickly create models that we can integrate into Lightscape, 3D Studio Max, and Maya scenes."

    Modeled in form•Z; rendered in Lightscape and 3D Studio Max.
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  5. Nordberg, Thomas Updated

    Stockholm, Sweden

    http://www.tomasnordberg.com

    Thomas Nordberg has been using form•Z RadioZity for several years as a sculpting tool and as a tool to visualize and communicate ideas and creations. Thomas is getting a lot of inspiration for his sculptures and images from modern dance theatre and he is particaularly fascinated by the space surrounding his figures.

    The images shown here are all "monotypes" (each copy is unique) intended to be printed on an Epson inkjet printer, on 40x50 cm slightly opaque plastic film. They are then mounted between plexiglass plates. This way they are protected against 95% of the UV radiation. Thomas has chosen plastic film to avoid problems with acids found in most traditional types of paper.
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  6. Neves, Rui Updated

    Fall River, Massachusetts

    ruineves@comcast.net


    "I have used form•Z for about a year and a half, both at work and at home. I absolutely love it! I expect to use this incredible piece of software for the rest of my creative career! The robot, helmet, and the axe with the chest were modeled and rendered entirely in form•Z, with a few final touch-ups in Photoshop. All of these renderings were created just for fun and excitement."
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  7. Neumann, Peter Updated

    New York, New York

    http://www.peterneumann.com

    "My background is in photography and for many years I shot still life in my Manhattan studio. I also shot black & white landscapes as well as portraits. I am now a 3D digital illustrator, but I think like a photographer, which is to say I conceptualize in terms of object placement (composition) and lighting. I like to tell stories too and form•Z allows me to do this more easily than any 3D program I have ever used."
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  8. Nadurra Studios Updated

    St. Albert, Alberta, Canada


    Lima Zulu Two Hovercraft by Alan Henderson

    Modeled in form•Z, rendered with ElectricImage, decals and touchups with Adobe Illustrator and PhotoShop.

    This was a project created in order to bring artist Alan Henderson up to speed on the digital aspects of the Studio. The entire model was executed by Alan with coaching over the phone, because at the time Nadurra had studios in two different cities. Alan was able to put the new program to use as he learned it, finding form•Z to be both powerfully creative and accessible.

    "Nadurra is a small studio that uses form•Z primarily for creating still images for publication. This is a new frontier for us and we are very excited by it. Thank you for the opportunity to give something back to the creators of form•Z and for the chance to show off what we do here at Nadurra."
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  9. Nadel Architects, Inc. Updated

    Los Angeles, California

    http://www.nadelarc.com
    jackcb@nadelarc.com


    Nadel Architects is a design oriented firm, active both in the USA and Asia. As design director, Jack Bouvrie is involved in many of its projects, large and small. "The clients are usually educated in the possibilities inherent in digital media, and are therefore extremely demanding. All of the work is done through extensive 3d modeling, usually begining with a concept sketch on trace, just to give organization to thoughts and ideas. This Quickly moves into a mode of free associating in form•Z, pushing and pulling objects, rotating them in open GL, until something interesting begins to happen." - Jack Bouvrie
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  10. Morris Architects Updated

    Culver City, California

    http://www.morrisarchitects.com/
    info@morrisarchitects.com
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  11. Montgomery Sisam Associates, Inc. Updated

    Toronto, Canada

    http://www.montgomerysisam.com
    lsawatsky@msa-arch.com


    A partnership with 25 years in practice, Montgomery Sisam Associates offer a depth of talent and experience, and a reputation for design leadership that is supported by over 30 national and international awards. Founding Principals Terry Montgomery and David Sisam have carefully selected a team that has embraced the firm's core values of superior service and design excellence, shaped by a conviction that the best buildings result from collaboration with clients in concert with creative ideas.

    Montgomery Sisam Associates offers expertise in a wide variety of building types. Ranging from small renovations and additions to new, large-scale complexes, our projects reflect the variety of experience and commitment to service that has earned us many repeat clients.

    "We believe successful projects result from a clear dialog between architect and client, where the requirements of users serve as the inspiration for unique and responsive architectural solutions. Listening carefully to our clients throughout the design process helps to focus and articulate their needs, resulting in projects that not only satisfy functional requirements but also enhance the activities they house.

    Our work for General Electric involves designing environments for a variety of imaging modalities including MRi machines. The primary focus is to ensure that the function of the modality can be carried out efficiently.

    We used form•Z to model the GE equipment which enables our clients to better visualize the environment that they will be working in. form•Z allows us to virtually convey the use of form, colour, proportion and material in designing these rooms."
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  12. Module Ltd. Updated

    Columbus, Ohio


    "Module's core areas of design, visualization and graphics not only keep us diverse in our services, but also allow us to bring the process of technology into fields of interest that do not typically have access to its power. Our company enjoys building strong, diverse partnerships with architects, designers, law practices, hospitals, retailers, developers, and entertainment venues."

    Modeled and rendered in form•Z RenderZone.
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  13. Miller Zell, Inc. Updated

    www.millerzell.com

    scott.erwin@millerzell.com
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  14. Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd. Updated

    Minneapolis, MN

    http://www.msrltd.com
    info@msrltd.com


    Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd., (MS&R) is a Minnesota corporation founded in 1981. The firm employs a total of eighty individuals, including twenty-two registered architects, twenty-six intern architects, four certified interior designers, five intern interior designers, one lighting designer, one IT Systems Administrator, one CADD manager, eight students/model builders, one student interior designer, one financial director, and ten administrators. Sixty percent of MS&R projects are done for institutional clients, such as libraries, museums, and universities. The remaining work is done in the private sector for corporations and residential clients.
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  15. McLean, Kim Updated

    Athens, New York

    kmclean@haveinc.om


    I work with a company that does DVD and CD replication, duplication and authoring. We're currently developing digital delivery and archiving systems.

    I work in Formz as an artist, independantly of the company and have been doing so for several years.
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  16. McCormick, Ted Updated

    Benchmarc Displays
    Vernon Hills, Illinois

    http://www.benchmarc.com
    tmccormick@benchmarc.com

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  17. Maxim Design Group Updated

    Banbury, Oxfordshire, England

    http://www.maximgroup.co.uk
    roger.bastow@maximgroup.co.uk


    The Maxim Design Group Ltd. provides a comprehensive package of design, development, and related management support, providing clients with the benefits of working with one source for all design related requirements. "form•Z allows our designers to give a 'WOW!' factor to our clients. This positive response is mainly due to form•Z's ability to quickly produce high resolution artwork."
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  18. Marnell Corrao Associates Updated

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    http://www.marnellcorrao.com
    dkuzmickas@marnellcorrao.com


    "It has been a few years since I discovered form•Z. Before this time I had become increasingly discouraged with the limitations of the other CAD packages I had been using in school and at work in an architectural firm. Once I began using form•Z, it was as if the blinders had been removed from my eyes and a world of possibilities emerged. I soon discovered that there were no boundaries with this program; you could design a highly detailed custom home or a juxtaposed urban skyline in much the same fashion.

    Marnell Corrao Associates is a Design-Build firm, which has found form•Z to be a highly efficient tool for the fast-track construction projects in which they specialize. MCA works hard communicating honestly and objectively with clients to avoid misunderstandings, delays and unexpected costs. form•Z is a vehicle that provides a forum for discussion between owner, architect and construction manager, where decisions related to the final vision, cost and expectations of a project can be clearly defined.

    Our clients rely on Marnell Corrao Associates to Design and Build large complicated projects: Rio All-Suite Casino Resort, Harrah's, Forum Shops, Bellagio, The Borgata, Mirage, Treasure Island, New York New York, Excalibur and MGM Grand. form•Z is a very important tool, which allows us to execute the ownerÕs vision in a way that will allow the public to experience everything with consistency and reliability. Whether it be an entertainment-oriented Hotel and Casino, a Boy Scout Resource Center, a Church or Synagogue, form•Z is the software we relied upon to capture the essence of which the built-project will attempt to emulate and be remembered for throughout its existence."
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  19. Mark Horton / Architecture Updated

    San Francisco, California

    http://www.mh-a.com
    info@mh-a.com


    Josh Lobel and Matt Lawton

    Modeled and rendered in form•Z RenderZone. Composited using Photoshop.
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  20. Macey Noyes Associates Updated

    Wilton, Connecticut

    http://www.maceynoyes.com

    Macey Noyes Associates is a Graphic Design firm that specializes in brand building and consumer packaging. They have helped strengthen such noted brands as Motorola, Hostess, Duracell, Nivea, Holly Farms, Iomega, Norelco, as well as a few others over the past 20 years.
    "We have been using form•Z to develop virtual concepts of products, packaging and merchandising systems, to visualize how things might look before bringing them to production. We use form•Z for model generations and also as a presentation tool for our clients. Some of our illustrations are for production purposes, others are used for materials such as sales brochures and print collateral. form•Z has been an invaluable addition to the way we work, allowing us to develop products, packaging and merchandising systems before production, which adds up to monetary efficiencies and the ability to refine and streamline our products in ways that would otherwise not be possible."
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  21. M.art Updated

    Martin E. van der Laan
    Haarlem, The Netherlands

    http://www.laan.demon.nl
    m.art@laan.demon.nl


    M.art is a one-man bureau run by Martin van der Laan. “As a freelance illustrator it is more convenient to work more and more digitally. Through publications and a friend I got acquainted with form•Z. The logic of the interface and ease of use compared to other 3D-modelers appealed to me. Now I try to do as much as possible with the program. Most are architectural artist-impressions, but the real fun begins when trying to combine two hobbies; boats and drawing. Clearly my clients benefit from the joy I have making the illustrations especially when it comes to lightning the scene. Working with form•Z makes me feel like everything from a photographer to a timber-man.”

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  22. M. Lavine Design Workshop, Inc. Updated

    St. Cloud, Minnesota

    http://www.mlavine.com
    info@mlavine.com


    M. Lavine Design Workshop specializes in custom design, visual engineering, and manufacturing of custom retail store fixturing and visual merchandising displays. Their clients include, Godiva Chocolatier, REI, Lord & Taylor, Quiksilver, and David's Bridal.

    "form•Z has allowed us to not only work easily in 3D to develop concept designs, but has given us a presentation tool that ultimately saves our clients time and money."
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  23. Neoscape, Inc.

    Cambridge, Massachusetts

    http://www.neoscape.com

    Founded in 1995, Neoscape, Inc. is a visualization / multimedia services company that provides visualization, animation, corporate video, motion graphics, broadcast animation, multimedia, and web development services for a variety of clients including architects, developers, institutions, corporations and broadcast production houses using a variety of off the shelf and proprietary technology. "form•Z is a staple application for most of our artists and some of us have been users of form•Z since 1990. We have found form•Z to be the best tool for creating accurate architectural models. It excels at boolean operations and allows us to quickly create models that we can integrate into Lightscape, 3D Studio Max, and Maya scenes."

    Modeled in form•Z; rendered in Lightscape and 3D Studio Max.

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