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- The number of polygons - 19 888. - Archive with the model contains 6 JPEG textures. - You have an option to choose between 2 diferent V-Ray materials : Velvet Yellow,and Velvet Blue Fabric. Wood : Dark Apple, Light Apple, Chrome. - The Files Are: 3Ds Max 2012, FBX, OBJ. - This is 3d model of Romy Chair by Freifrau Sitzmbelmanufaktur. - Originally modelled in 3Ds Max 2012 - Final images are rendered with V-Ray 3.4 - This model is suitable for use in interior visualization. - This model contains 12 separate objects. - This model contains 19 888 polygons with TurboSmooth OFF - This model Includes 5 V-Ray materials. - Model is built to real-world scale. - Measures are: 850 x 600 x 570 - Milimeters are used in this scene as units of measurement. - Preview Images are rendered using the 3.4 version of the V-Ray renderer. - V-Ray lights and camera are included in the scene. - If you render this file using a different version of this renderer, you may not have the same results as you see on the thumbnails. - It was a cocktail armchair from the 1950s that inspired designer Patrick Frey to create Romy. The result is a chair which can both fill a room on its own and form part of an ensemble around a table. By adding barstools and cocktail armchairs to the range, the design has been returned to its birthplace: the bar. The pleasantly flexible back of the chair adapts to fit the various positions of each person sitting in it.