Tiger habitat model 1:100
Tiger habitat model 1:100

Turin Zoo, Italy.

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Aquarium tank model 1:10
Aquarium tank model 1:10

Steinhart Aquarium, San Francisco. Produced for Thinc, New York

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WW2 Motorcycle exhibit model 1:35
WW2 Motorcycle exhibit model 1:35

Diorama model for 'Warbike' a museum exhibit on military motorcycles. Produced for Sarner International Ltd, UK

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Oceanarium model 1:50
Oceanarium model 1:50

Working model for a large ocean aquarium. Nausicaa Aquarium, Boulogne-sur-Mer, France. Produced for Pangea Rocks AS.

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Polar Bear habitat model 1:200
Polar Bear habitat model 1:200

For undisclosed zoo project.

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Aquarium tank model 1:50
Aquarium tank model 1:50

'California Coast' concept model for Steinhart Aquarium, San Francisco, USA. Produced for Thinc, New York.

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Rockwork working model 1:20
Rockwork working model 1:20

Gondwana Praehistorium, Schiffweiler, Germany

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Rockwork model 1:50
Rockwork model 1:50

Rainforest dome, Working model for African penguin habitat Steinhart Aquarium, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, USA. (Produced for Thinc, New York)

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Working model 1:25
Working model 1:25

Model of childrens interactive 'dinosaur fossil excavation' environment. Gondwana Praehistorium, Schiffweiler, Germany.

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Scale models 2

Models and maquettes play a vital role in my design development methodology. Concept and presentation models are superbly detailed miniature representations of exhibits or entire projects, which convey the overall intent of a design and provide credibility and weight to awareness and fund-raising campaigns.  'Working' models are valuble design tools enabling an environment, exhibit or landscape to be properly visualised and modified in three-dimensions prior to construction. They facilitate definitive scope-of-works assessment and accurate costing by scenic/landscaping contractors, and most importantly provide a detailed, direct reference for actual construction.

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