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    This is an interior design / remodeling project that we have been working on. It is an existing hospital that is being remodeled from a 'family life center' to an orthopedic hospital. The existing flooring is not that old and is not being changed. The goal is to make the patient rooms and corridors look more like a hotel and less institutional. I am still working on some renderings for the main entrance lobby. Let me know what you think.
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    Remodeled patient bathroom
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    Patient room corridors
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    Great images...I think you have succeed in your goals...

    Thanks for posting
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    Good Stuff!

    Now export to SU and then into Maxwell and then....WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjk0225
    This is an interior design / remodeling project that we have been working on. It is an existing hospital that is being remodeled from a 'family life center' to an orthopedic hospital. The existing flooring is not that old and is not being changed. The goal is to make the patient rooms and corridors look more like a hotel and less institutional. I am still working on some renderings for the main entrance lobby. Let me know what you think.
    ~nods~ Very cool look there!
    I work in a hospital, and the only places the rooms have that sort of ambiance are the labour and delivery suites and the paid private rooms.
    ~ponders~ of course, I don't understand why the nice rooms are for when you're in labour, honestly, I didn't look at the nice wood entertainment center for more than two seconds between contractions, would have been better saved for the recovery rooms where you have to spend the next couple days recouperating...
    i'm sorry wot was the question?

    oh, yes, lovely renderings.
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    How did you get the light fixtures to align with the "mapped" ceiling grid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainbunsaver
    How did you get the light fixtures to align with the "mapped" ceiling grid?

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    I made a copy of the material and offest the map to get it to line up. There is a bit of trial and error involved . . .
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    hi.. very nice work with the renderings. However, i have also been into designing the interiors for a major hospital here in India. here are some images.
    These images are of the first project we worked on with Revit. - somerendering issues there..lol..
    One image is of the lobby that we have designed

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