Paraty Armchair LinBrasil

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Included Formats
3ds Max 2012 V-Ray 2,40,03
Autodesk FBX
Other
OBJ
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1042032
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal Quads only
Polygons:5,990
Vertices:6,050
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
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Description
This is high quality polygonal model Armchair.
Textures included.
System unit setup used - milimeter.
Rendered in V-Ray.
Gamma 2.2
Object are organized by group.
All objects have materials
No missing textures and texture paths cleared
All objects have 1:1 scale
Model tested checkmate lite program.
This model contains 46030 polygon and 23242 vertices with subdivision 'on'
FBX, OBJ files exported without meshsmooth modifier.

In the scene there are 2 V-Ray plane light and 1 V-Ray camera for studio lighting. Click render and you have same image as preview.

Archive included: MAX 2012, OBJ, textures & Mat_lib.
V-Ray render & materials.
3ds Max 2012 - native application.
Textures resolution: 2000x1000, 3000x3000, 1024x1024, 768x1360, 238x373

Product: Paraty armchair
Family: Paraty
Manufacturer: LinBrasil
Designer: Sergio Rodrigues
Country: Brazil
Launched: 1963


Solid wood frame. Upholstered seat and back. Loose cushion.

Dimensions 75 x 80 x 73h (cm)

Originally designed in the mid-1960's for the lobby of Brasilia's Itamaraty Palace, which houses the Ministry of External Relations of Brazil, Sergio Rodrigues' 'Parati' armchair and ottoman were an instant hit due to their modern, seemingly floating design and ultra comfort. Named after the city of Parati, a preserved Portuguese colonial getaway where the gold rush of the 1700's led to the construction of its historical Gold Trail, Rodrigues has reissued the 'Parati' armchair and ottoman after a 40-year hiatus.
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