Skip to Content
Glasgow School of Art
National Bank of Scotland: a 3D study

National Bank of Scotland: a 3D study

Green, Christopher; Mackintosh, Charles Rennie, 1868-1928

"In this dissertation I intend to document how the integration of 3D modelling into the urban development/planning process allows a greater level of detail in the visualisation of planned building projects. Consistent visualisations can be produced of competition entries, for example the terrain and immediate site information. As an example of this process, I have chosen an unsuccessful competition entry by Charles Rennie Mackintosh as the basis of a model. An unrealised design which can be created in 3D to highlight some of the benfits 3D modelling can give to architects."

Manuscript. English.
Published Glasgow: Glasgow School of Art, 2008

Access this resource online. MyGSA login may be required for off-campus access.

Available at GSA Library.

This item is not reservable because:

  • There are no reservable copies for this title. Please contact a member of library staff for further information.
  • GSA Library – One available in Special Collection (Ask at Desk) 'Mackintosh'/GRE

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    166023 Special Collection (Ask at Desk) 'Mackintosh'/GRE Dissertation Available

Details

Statement of responsibility: Christopher Green
Note: Includes bibliography (p. 66-67).
Physical Description: 68 p. : ill. (some col.), portrait ; 30 cm. + 1 CD
Subject: Glasgow : banks : architecture; Scotland : architecture : Art Nouveau style; Computer-aided design : architecture

Contents

  1. Introduction: Glasgow City Model.
  2. National Bank of Scotland: winning design, Mackintosh design.
  3. 3D model.
  4. 3D City Model.
  5. National Bank of Scotland: sun study, colour, design subtelties, levels of detail, choice of sky, weathering, Google Earth comparison