Armchair Mole LinBrasil

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Included Formats
3ds Max 2012 V-Ray 2.40.03
Other
Autodesk FBX
OBJ
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1034159
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal Ngons used
Polygons:242,427
Vertices:246,389
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 and footstool.
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.
2 color options in material editor.
This model contains 368583 polygon and 303348 vertices with subdivision 'on'

In the scene there are 3 V-Ray plane light and 1 V-Ray camera for studio lighting. Click render and you have same image as preview.

Archive included: 3 formats - MAX 2012, OBJ, FBX, textures and matlib.
V-Ray render & materials.
3ds Max 2012 - native application.
Textures resolution: 3000x3000, 2000x2000, 1080x1080, 768x1360

Product: Mole armchair and footstool
Family: Mole
Manufacturer: LinBrasil
Designer: Sergio Rodrigues
Launched: 1961
Country: Brazil

Dimensions / Armchair 120 x 105 x 82h (cm)

Dimensions / Footstool 58 x 82 x 45h (cm)

Frame and seat in solid beechwood in 5 different tones with varnish finish or in solid Imbuia wood with clear varnish or oil finish

Adjustable leather webbing support. Upholstery: Polyurethane with polyester fibre.

Rodrigues' signature piece designed in 1961, the 'Mole' armchair (meaning 'soft' in Portuguese) is comprised of a solid rounded wood frame, adjustable leather support straps and floppy, over-sized luxurious leather cushions. Robust and extremely comfortable, the 'Mole' sparked an international design trend that favored comfort, and a new attention to scale, over the rigid and antiseptic concurrent design trends. In 1961 the 'Mole' was prized at the IV Furniture Bienal in Italy.
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