Ratcliffe College – Primary

Our recently completed animation showcases the initial concept for this fabulous new Primary School. Located adjacent to the existing Pugin designed main school, the proposed building provides a modern interpretation of the Neo-Gothic style that Pugin was known for. The animation aims to explain the main spaces within the building as well as its location within the existing landscape.

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FE featured by Maxon

Maxon, creators of high end visualisation and animation software, have featured Franklin Ellis Architects in their latest News and Customer Stories section.  Maxon are well known globally for the use of their software cinema 4D in the production of Hollywood Blockbusters such as Spiderman 3, The Polar Express and Inception. Franklin Ellis have been praised for their recent work undertaken on the marketing animation for Repton School.  The article explains how Franklin Ellis use 3d visualisation at the heart of their design …

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Lincoln Music School

The new Music School at Lincoln Minster has recently been completed by Franklin Ellis Architects. This image compares the initial 3D Visualisation completed at the buildings design stage with the finished building. The ability to visualise the building as the design progressed allowed critical decisions to be made with confidence.

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Eton Heights Completed

The Eton Heights development in Essex has recently been completed by Prime Meridian Architects with interior design by Ashleycarter Consultants. We were commissioned to produce the visuals for the marketing/sales brochure and website. Please click read more to view the images we produced and how they compare to the finished building.

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Digital Exhibition

Digital version of a physical exhibition stand demonstrating how new technologies can enhance presentation technique. In this instance the subject is a derelict site in Nottingham, Uk. The presentation focuses on Existing site analysis, massing study/sketch progression, and completed design. Please click Read More to see the animation.

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