LHB Minneapolis Office Renderings Submitted for LEED® CI Platinum

Gathering Space,  LHB, Inc, Minneapolis

Gathering Space, LHB, Inc, Minneapolis

LHB is dedicated to being environmentally responsible, reducing long term operating costs, and improving the quality of life for their clients. This is true even when they are their own clients. LHB is pursuing LEED® CI Platinum certification for their Minneapolis office.

In this project, RPC Content helps communicate the size and the new collaborative environment the Minneapolis LHB offices offer. The design features of the space, such as overhead fabric ductwork and LED lighting, are part of an effort to gain Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Platinum designation for commercial interiors from the U.S. Green Building Council.

We always enjoy seeing customer projects and how they utilize RPC Content. In this project, renderings were completed in Revit. ArchVision RPC Content was ‘ghosted’ in Photoshop and then merged into the Revit scene for final output. Project design by Bruce Cornwall, models by Nick Vreeland, and renderings by Daniel Stine.

For tutorials on RPC lighting and techniques, please visit our help site. To see how to place RPC Content into Revit scenes, view our video tutorials. Get started using RPC Content, download ArchVision Dashboard here.

Meeting Spaces Final 03

Meeting Space, LHB, Inc, Minneapolis

LHB ranked as one of the top engineering and architectural firms in the nation by Engineering News-Record (ENR), Architectural Record, and as a 2013 Hot Firm by ZweigWhite.

LHB ranked No. 381, up from No. 463 two years ago, in the ENR Top 500 Design Firms List. In addition, LHB placed No. 249 on Architectural Record’s Top 300 Architecture Firms List, and No. 45 on The Zweig Letter Hot Firm List.

Phone Booth Final 01

Phone Booth, LHB, Inc, Minneapolis

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3 Responses to LHB Minneapolis Office Renderings Submitted for LEED® CI Platinum

  1. Auriac Pierre says:

    The renderings are great, but the integration of the character isn’t realistic. That’s the main problem with RPC, they don’t interact with light. Because of this, the picture is not so realistic as it could be.

    • ArchVision, Inc says:

      Auriac, we understand lighting is a tremendous concern with projects. We are working to make improvements in RPC representations that will aid in how you show and tell you story to clients and the public. Please continue to provide us feedback.

  2. Thanks for posting these pictures. I really like the rendering for this office. The design makes it look very professional and modern. The clean lines and modern features in the conference room in the third picture looks like a design that my office would like to achieve. We’re hoping to hire a rendering team to create a design plan for the office to make it look more professional to impress our partners and clients.

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