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Never trust a rendering. It's taken me a few years to come to that conclusion. If I was artistic and could use the software well, I'd make "counter renderings".

For example, there's a rendering that shows a new flyover that is about to be proposed in neighborhood that happens to have a freeway through (in Chicago). But the rendering shows the pedestrian's view – from the street – of the flyover, looking south. The rendering looking north would show a very different view but that rendering isn't including in the project package.

by Steven Vance on Jan 17, 2013 4:22 pm • linkreport

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