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    Alexander Gogl

    I love formZ for the convenience (and power!) of its tools and interchangeability. I use it for quick design studies in architecture, urban design, furniture design, object design, and exhibition design. When I started studying architecture in Innsbruck I used to draw with Rhino3D, but changed to formZ when I had the feeling that progress was slowing down with Rhino. I was pleased to get my hands on a software where one can construct and model likewise. I am happy that there was a lot of progress in the development of formZ the last years. Today I have the impression that I am still the only one who uses formZ at my university. More and more of the other students are using Rhino3D because it has a scripting plugin (grasshopper) that has a good interface and is even for people with no coding experience easy to work with. Also teachers and older students actively promote the use of Rhino and give free trainings. This makes me kind of sad, because here, nobody really seems to appreciate the quality of formZ as a modeling and construction software capable of a lot of things. Yes, it does come short in terms of scripting, but maybe in the near future scripting will become more user-friendly in formZ too? I designed the project by extensively using the formZ scripting language of formZ6. I used it to link the geometry of NURBS with a underlying mesh which was derived from the spatial program of the bath, and I also manipulated the geometry of the NURBS by creating an algorithm which transforms the points of the NURBS according to the clearance between the points of the mesh and according to the altitude of those points. The whole design and visualization was done in FormZ. I later edited the cgis in Photoshop and drew plans in Vectorworks based on the data in the FormZ model. I also built a physical model by slicing the design vertically along the longitudinal axis of the building in formZ and sending it to a laser cutter. FormZ allowed me to manipulate and evaluate (dynamic sections, multiple cameras) my design very quickly and to exchange my data without minimal friction with other devices or software. It is always splendid to work with formZ. I only wished that the coding interface in formZ was more dynamic and user friendly.
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    Ropek, Rafe

    Berthoud, Colorado http://www.ropek.net "My work takes me in two directions. I am a sculptor who creates large scale public art projects. These works can be seen at www.ropek.net. I use form•Z as a design tool as well as a visualization tool for final presentation of the work. There is nothing better than being able to show a client exactly what they are going to get. form•Z allows me the flexibility to render whatever I conceive. I am also a 3D computer artist, this being a media of which I have just been scratching the surface. My work here has been used in advertising and entertainment. My website, www.3Dmental.com has much of my computer art. I love the power of form•Z. It is satisfying to come up with an idea and be able to create it very smoothly." Modeled and rendered in form•Z RenderZone.
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    Stefan Kreissel

    k_design gmbh zürich / Stefan Kreissel _ www.sk-design.chI https://forums.formz.com/gallery/category/24-s-t/#
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    From the album: Stefan Kreissel

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    From the album: Stefan Kreissel

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    From the album: Stefan Kreissel

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    From the album: Stefan Kreissel

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    From the album: Stefan Kreissel

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    From the album: Stefan Kreissel

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    Made with formZ 8.6 and maxwell 4:
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    From the album: Di Mauro, Andrea

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    Di Mauro, Andrea

    Genova, Italy architetto.dimauro@virgilio.it Andrea Di Mauro was born in Genova in the year 1968 and here he’s starting architectural and design professions after worked in some architectural studies. It is written in 2010 on the professional architects, planners, landscape architects and conservators in the province of Genoa. He’s graduated in the year 2000 with 110/110 as final grade at Genoa university (five years course); in may 2001 he passed the test to practise profession.
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    Farrell, Jerry

    I'm a graphic designer who now incorporates 3D modeling into my daily product offerings at International Paper. International Paper is a global manufacturer of paper packaging materials for retail and manufacturing needs.
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    Snowman

    From the album: Farrell, Jerry

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    Santa's SleighLightsReindeer

    From the album: Farrell, Jerry

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    Santa's Rudolph

    From the album: Farrell, Jerry

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    Rudolph Right

    From the album: Farrell, Jerry

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    Paint Roller Handle

    From the album: Farrell, Jerry

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    Charlie in the Box

    From the album: Farrell, Jerry

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    Private Residence

    From the album: Aaron Smithey Architectural Imaging

    Rendered by: Aaron Smithey Architectural Imaging Project: Private Residence Design: Douglas Fredrikson Architects Modeled with Form-Z 6.5 Rendered With Maxwell Render
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    Image 03

    From the album: Olusegun Hazeez-Agbaje

    This shows the structure that hold the stairs together. The four huge columns at the center rest their weight on the ground and then connect to the roof. The smaller columns are hung from the roof and do not touch the ground. These smaller columns hold the planes together which then holds the stairs. The idea is that nothing else but the four columns touch the ground.
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    From the album: KOKORO Graphics. Private Limited

    K Square, The Integrated Park International style prefabricated warehousing with state of the art security system, ventilation & loading bays. Fire hydrants provided through out the facility.
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    Miccoli, Joshua

    I am a "one-man-show" architect from Germany www.exonat.de
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    From the album: Miccoli, Joshua

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    From the album: Miccoli, Joshua

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