Does a single look at the historical buildings make you think about the talent of an architect? Even the era before 100 years had such talent, what about now? People do say the architectures that were built in historical times were inexplicably cool and had intricate work on them. And this can also be the one reason that people living miles away are also interested in seeing them.
Okay! Those are the buildings that you will crave to look at again and again. Staying near them is a good option, right? Or having one at your place? No! Please don’t think we have gone mad. (haha!) Here, we are talking about architecture 3d models.
So what are 3D models? They are small models of the original product, building, or anything with the same texturing and original dimensions. The three-dimensional figures are prepared using software, and then, they are printed through ‘3d printing.’
What is the use of 3D models?
– In the creation of games,
– for learning,
– by GIS (geographic information system) specialist,
– for VR (virtual reality) or AR (augmented reality), to experience the real-life visit of the place.
The same can be in digital format or physical format. Can you believe they are the exact same as the real ones? So here have mentioned ten historical buildings in 3d models whose detailing will blow your mind. Let’s have a look at them:
1. Eiffel Tower
Effiel Tower in France that is loved worldwide. People have a dream of proposing their loved ones in front of it. It has become a love symbol for many of us. The tower was built in 1889 and named after the Gustave Eiffel, the civil engineer whose company constructed the whole tower in two years and two months. The entire tower was made using iron and rivets.
The 3D model of it shows even the smallest details. You will be able to locate the compartments and its thinnest rivets as well.
2. Burj Khalifa
The tallest tower in the world to stand straight and proudly is Burj Khalifa, which is located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It has a number of world records with it from the tallest building in the world to the highest number of stories in the world. Even the highest occupied floor record also has its name.
The wonder no one would like to miss out, during festivities the whole tower is lightened up and the view it creates is magnificent. You will be able to see the highest level floor in the 3D model.
3. One Trade Center
Who doesn’t know the One Trade Center? We all recognize it because of the September 11 attack, when the whole World Trade Center was destroyed, then it’s reconstruction started in 2006 and was ready by 2013. The newly constructed One Trade Center has a new and attractive look more than the previous one.
And with the 3D model, you won’t need to fly to New York City, New York.
4. Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is famous for its outlook. This 88-story building has the offices of national oil and gas company. The tower was built to symbolize few feelings like courage, ingenuity, initiative, determination, energy, confidence, optimism, advancement and zest.
The 3D model of it will give you a look at both the towers with its bridge in detail. Make others learn about its unique architecture virtually.
5. Leaning Tower of Pisa
Not necessary you should visit Budapest to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The single look at will make you think it is falling, but this is the attractive point of the tower. It was built in such a way that it looks like falling hence the name. Tourists all over the world visit the tower to admire its architecture and to get a picture depicting “trying to make it stand straight” or “holding it on the back.”
You might not be able to get the same picture but you will surely be able to go through its fine detailing. Even the bell on the top story of Pisa tower is clearly visible.
6. Dresden Frauenkirche
The church located in Germany which was rebuilt in 2005 after its destruction during World War II. The name Frauenkirche means Our Lady, which resembles the Mother of Jesus. The Church now serves as the war memorial too. The structure of it is an excellent example of Protestant sacred architecture.
Get the view of Dresden Frauenkirche in detail without traveling to Dresden, Germany. The 3D model of the church depicts the smaller version of it without any alteration.
7. Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal-the symbol of love and the proud of India is an excellent piece of architecture. The monument was built on the order of Shah Jahan to show his love towards his deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal. Taj Mahal is the word used as a synonym of love (not officially! But many singers are inspired through its beauty!).
The white marble building can be seen with its minute detailing from your place only. 3D models can do the wonders!
8. White House
White House, where the president of the United States lives wit19201920h his first family, has the right to live there. No one is the owner of the white house except the government. The construction of the white house was completed in the year 1800 and since then the only the president of the US can live there. As soon as the president is changed, the tenant will be replaced too.
The white house is famous for its white color and simple yet elegant architecture; the same can be seen in the smaller or its virtual version.
9. Great Sphinx of Giza
The Great Sphinx of Giza, located in Egypt has many mysteries, including its constructs. The whole idol was built from the rock bedding and is situated in such a way that if you look it from the front side, it will look like protecting the Pyramid of Khafre.
It is the only oldest and finest structure in Egypt. Don’t worry if you can’t explore it in real life. The virtual or modeled version will do half work.
10. Sydney Opera House
The response from your mind after hearing Australia is Sydney Opera House. The construction of its took years and years and so many difficulties but still at the end result is in front of our eyes. The construction of it is done, keeping in mind the atmosphere of the country and many other concepts.
The outlook of the Sydney Opera House resembles the shape of lotus or the wing-flapping swan. Recreation of it seems impossible but its 3D model has been created.
Have Historical Monuments At Your Place
3D models will make you feel like standing in front of the monument. It isn’t always necessary to travel to the destination — especially when you can explore it from your home, office, or the garden near-by. The 3D model of the historical monuments also comes in different formats that you can use in games and for educational purposes as well.