Three partners – one interview. The world’s most renowned online architecture platform ArchDaily spoke with Zaha Hadid, Leonhardt, Andrä und Partner and morean about our collaboration in animating the award-winning Danjiang Bridge in Taiwan.
Here’s is the introduction:
“In this age of lightning fast response rate, it is more important than ever for architects to be able to provide clients with a clear idea of what is to be built. Luckily for us, there are firms out there that specialize in aiding that process. Take morean digital realities, for example, a visualization firm that works in conjunction with architects to create renderings and animations that help explain how a project will work. These visualizations can be geared toward clients, competitions or used as material for fundraising. […]
ArchDaily spoke to three members of the team on that project – Saman Saffarian, a Lead Designer at Zaha Hadid Architects; Karl Humpf, Director of International Bridges at Leonhardt, Andrä und Partner; and Gonzalo Portabella, Architect and Managing Director at morean digital realities – about the role of visualization within architecture and where the field may be headed.”
The engineers’ hand-written comments on the construction sequence of the bridges pillar foundation.