Render Challenge 3 - first prize winner | | Lee Cheng Wei

China

Woman in Swimsuit

Woman in Swimsuit

Woman in Swimsuit

Woman in Swimsuit

Lee Cheng Wei:

I pursued my bachelors of Architecture in Shih Chien University Department of Architecture. I’m a founder of visual studio create high-end CGI images for architect, interior designer and construction company.

1. Please introduce yourself in a personal and professional way.
Hello, my name is Lee Cheng-Wei. I pursued my bachelors of Architecture in Shih Chien University Department of Architecture. I’m a founder of visual studio create high-end CGI images for architects, interior designer and construction company. To create visual arts and ideas of designing architecture are always my passion and aspiration.

2. What is your design philosophy?
What is the imaginary of architectures? Rethink the idea as a dream landscape, blending memories of the past with visions for the future.

3. Can you briefly explain your understanding of the topic and the source of ideas?
Renders are an essential tool to communicate a vision. I believe it is a crucial part of convincing a vision. Through renders, we can blend memories through the past with visions for the future. Turning the image into a communicative tool are essential tools for providing good stories.

4. When and how you were first introduced to architecture?
I chose to pursue architecture after my first year studying physics at university, I find delight in the idea of exploring new possibilities through creating. Architecture is now my desire and things that I am fond of.

5. What does architecture mean to you?
 In my opinion, architecture is exploring new possibilities, and creating new adventures. Ideas of architecture come from every life experience.

interview - video 

Lens of life

A fictional view of a floating apartment that indicates the issues of today, social distancing has manifested a new definition of living. Connections between people have been reduced to the virtual. We are floating into the lens of our homes and struggles amidst a pandemic and survival of the everyday. Isolation, connection, and indefinite future. The isolation has shifted the paradigm of living. Quarantines and lockdowns physically limit people to the confines of their homes. Isolation has led to a lifestyle imbalance. The imagined lifestyle is a simulacrum of already built simulacra precariously floating without limited. We are isolated in our own homes, humans will feel the need to connect through our digital connection. As our reality becomes more physically unconnected, while our virtual city strengthens in connectivity between our crowded virtual city and our reality.

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