Prince Albert’s Kensington was a visionary development plan headed by the Prince Consort himself, including academic, cultural and scientific showcase, during the mid nineteenth century. This set includes four of its most famous buildings and monuments in 3D Studio MAX 4 format, including,
1) A model of the lavish Prince Albert Memorial. Designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, it is thought to be a marvel of Victorian opulence and sculptural achievement.
2) A model of the main façade of the Natural History Museum, designed by Alfred Waterhouse between 1860 and 1880. Built in Victorian Romanesque Revival style.
3) An exterior model of the great Royal Albert Hall in Kensington, London. Conceived by Albert, Prince Consort, the 5000 seater auditorium was completed in 1871.
4) A model of the famous main façade of the Victoria and Albert Museum, commonly known as the V&A. It holds the largest collection of decorative arts, since 1899.
This set is from the London Landmarks series, 33 of London’s most famous buildings and monuments, available separately from Turbo Squid. Other sets include London Government Buildings, London Museums, Prince Albert’s Kensington, Royal London Buildings and London Landmarks.
All of the models are in editable mesh format, with no materials applied. Some of the larger models have grouped, instanced units to keep file sizes low.
The lighting system featured in the preview windows is not included, but is available for free from Turbosquid. The system uses a special configuration of shadow mapped lights to simulate the effects of global illumination, without complicated photon tracing and at a fraction of the render time. Search ‘faked Global Illumination setup’