This is high poly coffee table Rendered in vray. Stack not collapsed. Textures included. Model tested checkmate light program. 3ds, fbx, obj files exported without meshsmooth modifier.
No hidden objects All objects groupped All objects have materials No missing textures and texture paths cleared All objects have 1:1 scale Model have lights and cameras , just open max file and Click render and you have same image as preview.
BASALT By Fredrikson Stallard 2015 Much of Fredrikson Stallards work is about fragmentation, and finding resolution through destruction. There are many similarities between studying the beauty of the resulting forms when destroying an object, and the veneration of objects, or pieces of objects, of great antiquity that have been fragmented by time. It has therefore always seemed logical for Fredrikson Stallard, when creating furniture from objects whose identity lies in fragmentation, to complete a piece by reflecting the way museums hold up these fragments of great history - the museum stand. Museum stands are bespoke objects designed to elevate a mere fragment to an elevated level of cultural significance, to bring it under our greater scrutiny. Each element, object and stand, have a disparate visual language, yet they rely on each other to become meaningful. In creating furniture, it is an essential prerequisite for Fredrikson Stallard that necessary elements, such as the legs of a dining table, are never simply something to be stuck on for the sake of functionality, but must exist as a completely integral part to the identity of the whole piece, setting equally high expectations for every element of the work. Coffee table Structure in drawn steel with polished gold finish. Top in lightened concrete with wax finish late-gray color. Indoor use only. W. 55 D. 45 H. 47