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High quality, accurate 3D models of the modular furniture set Living Landscapes by Walter Knoll. The set includes 17 modules which arranged together can make numerous combinations and sizes of sofas. Using these modules you can make the perfect sofa for pretty much any interior.
Pivot points are placed strategically for easy aligning of the separate modules. 13 premade configurations are available in the file ready to use - see the preview images. The realistic leather shader uses procedural diffuse maps, so you can easily change the colors to fit your project needs. Seamless leather bump map texture is applied to the shader for realistic close up shots.
* Built to real-world scale.
* V-ray and standard materials version included.
* seamless leather bump map texture included.
* high poly model suitable for extreme close up shots.
* for the max scenes the model has MeshSmooth modifier for easier mesh quality adjustments.
* Drag and drop ready - no background objects, cameras and lights in the scene.
Total polycount with MeshSmooth - 2 iterations: Polys: 1239962 Verts: 1240094
Total polycount without MeshSmooth: Polys: 79746 Verts: 79870
The polycounts includes all 17 modules plus the premade configurations as shown on the last screenshot.
The _max zip file contains separate v-ray and standard materials scenes for Max2009.
3DS, FBX and OBJ versions available. Four type of OBJ files exported for Cinema4D, Maya, Lightwave and XSI.
Please note that although there are textures exported for the OBJ versions they will probably not give you the same mapping due to the nature of the max procedural materials. You can use them as a base to make your own procedural materials in the software you use though.