Architectural visualisations – Čunovo
Can you imagine life without electricity? In the 21st century it would be really hard for us. Clean and ironed clothes, a refrigerator full of cool goodies, fast warmed food, a rinsed out carpet or a chill with a good movie. Impossible without electricity! And that is why we are very thankful for the cooperation with Vodotika, with which we had the honor to work at the Čuňovo III, hydroelectric power plant.
CONVENIENCE FOR FISH, AREA TO RELAX AND SPORT
We ourselves have an aquarium full of colorful fish in the GDA-GROUP. That is why we are very pleased to have helped with this project to improve the care for them. We have been involved in the creation of so-called biocorridor, which is one of the main objects of the power plant. Thanks to it, the Danube underwater inhabitants and fish migrants can easily cross the special cascading small waterfall reservoirs. Among other things, the Čuňovo waterworks are also great for hiking! It provides beautiful views of the water area of Divoká voda, which is an area for wakeboarding, water skiing, rafting, surfing or hydrospeed. A paradise for extreme sports lovers! The entire view of the beautiful water world is further enhanced by the restaurant located right on the dam, where you can enjoy this view along with good food.
WHILE WORKING IN AUTUMN WE THOUGHT OF SUMMER
We were working on this project in the cold winter months, when we photographed the environment of the power plant itself. There are less visitors during this period, but thanks to the idea of Čuňovo’s enjoyment in our minds, we still had a summer mood in the offices. That’s why we tried to put this atmosphere into the winter photos. And so, under our hands, we created digital architectural visualizations, to which we added the above mentioned aspects. Although the result was in a more gloomy winter atmosphere, darker skies, deciduous trees and lit lights, its further use for our client was not the slightest problem. The digital photorealistic design of the building was enough thanks to the architectural visualization with which we eventually dealt as shown.