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SimpleTwig Rendering

  • contact name: Nicholas Buccalo
  • web site: http://www.simpletwig.com
  • email: [email protected]
  • phone: 718.488.7894
  • street: 526 Prospect Avenue
  • city: New York
  • state: New York
  • postal code: 11215
  • country: United States
  • business hours: 9 to 6 daily
  • years in business: 18
  • total staff: 1-5
  • Listed: 2016/03/25 11:21 pm
  • Expires: 26 days
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Not only should architectural renderings be convincing, but they should instill confidence. Why? Because of the huge investment in time and money involved. We don’t create sketches or vignettes, we create fully detailed and rendered projects washed in the warm glow of natural light. It is this clear vision that will make the difference between a project getting built and a project being viewed as ‘trying to get one over on the public.’ When it comes to your project call SimpleTwig Rendering, providing professional rendering services from our New York City location since 1993. Founded in 1993 with the name The Drawing Studio, we have changed our name to SimpleTwig to reflect a new positive spirit towards helping shape the world around us. “Every nest starts with a simple twig,” is our motto and is reflected in the renderings we create to help launch those projects into reality.


From http://simpletwig.wordpress.com

Take a look at a rendering we completed as commissioned by Nest Magazine.  The image, one of two, shows the Blue Room, the main reception room of the White House directly opposite the residencial entrance, as it was viewed and designed originally.  Being a reconstruction I worked with archaeologists to get the patterns and colors correct.

Link to the White House Museum http://www.whitehousemuseum.org/floor1/blue-room-history.htm
White House Blue Room Rendering by Nicholas Buccalo

Because this is an early version of the Blue Room you'll have to scroll down to the bottom of the White House website page as the images are listed in reverse chronology.


Amon Carter Museum, Archaeology Magazine, Columbia University, Disney, Inc., Hines, Inc.
IBM, Inc. National Gallery of Art, Nest Magazine, Sothebys, Yale University


3D Studio Max; ArchiCAD, Unity, PhotoShop and many other professional level packages.


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