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    Robin Deurloo - Building Modelling

    So I was contemplating moving another thread I made into this bit of the forum, but decided to just make a new one which is not just about renderings, but more about what the forum section is called, a portfolio.

    I decided to name the thread according to my company name as it will be showcasing what it has been doing.

    So, will be showing off some projects I have been working on in the relatively short time I have been running my own business (close to 3 years now) and maybe some of the stuff from before that as well.

    I'll come up with a nice format to display more info then just a few images.

    Project location: <location>
    Architect: <architect>
    Time period: <time>
    Size: <size>
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    This is the very first project I did after being self employed. Small building but pretty detailed with all the natural stone, which was made in China according to my drawings and models of each piece of stone in the building. The client had a collection of some nice old cars he was storing all over and wanted to move to his own property. All the detailing and colors match the clients house this was build next to.

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    Project location: Sommelsdijk, The Netherlands
    Client: FAR Architecten
    Time period: May to August 2017
    Size: 115 m2
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    This was a fun project to do. An old building where the owners had made 2 apartments without telling the city.
    They found out and they needed to get a permit anyway. So no real construction involved with this one, apart from some drywall and some fire safety stuff.


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    Project location: Breda, The Netherlands
    Client: MBM Advies
    Time period: September 2017
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