New York Panorama - Take you through the history of the most magnificent architectural model
As one of the largest cities in the world, New York City leads the world in economy, technology and humanities. In such an international metropolis, urban construction is certainly very perfect. Because of New York's territory is very large, before the designers have custom-made for New York City, a world-renowned city model.
To an architect, there is less to be more attractive than a pretty model. The New York Panorama sand table model of the Queens Museum of Art is marvelous: this outstanding mini metropolitan model, containing the iconic New York City landscape, was created before the 1964 World's Fair, covering an area of about 10,000 square feet.
The New York City miniaturized the model at a scale of 100 feet to 1 inch. The Empire State Building is 15 inches high, the Statue of Liberty is 3 inches high from top to bottom, and Central Park extends 11 feet. When you think about the details and the size of your model, people are shocked by the sheer size of the model.
Even more shocking than the detail of this stunning movie was its creator, then the staff working for the building model developer Lester & Associates. In a feature article on "The New York Panorama," Curbed unveiled the painstaking process of making that huge model by hand. To match the real world, 35,000 building models are all carved and painted by hand using wood.
The szj model, once the model industry leader, has also customized such sand table for mega-sized cities. It is the general planner for the thirtieth anniversary of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Shenzhen-Shenzhen. It is more technologically and visually displayed than the New York sand table Visual impact, the sand table covers the entire Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, the use of video splicing wall construction sand table model and the way the light box, through high-definition, vivid animation and light boxes interact with the show in Shenzhen Luohu District, Futian District, Nanshan District, etc. Urban planning, effectively reflect the integration of Shenzhen Shanhai, green eco-city landscape and the rapid development of the past three decades and the positioning of the future international city.