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Geometry Polygonal
Detail level Photorealistic
Materials Yes
Textures Yes
UVW Mapped No
Adjustable No
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.max 2.67 mb 3ds MAX 2011 or above
  • VRay
  • Mental Ray
  • Scanline
  • Corona
  • Maxwell

All Design Connected 3d models are originally created in 3ds Max 2011 and V-Ray renderer. We use in-house developed automation tools to convert our models to support other renderers like Mental Ray, Built-in Scanline, Corona and Maxwell, with MXM and MXS files included.

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All Design Connected 3d models are originally created in 3ds Max 2011 and V-Ray renderer. We use in-house developed automation tools to convert our models to support other renderers like Mental Ray, Built-in Scanline, Corona and Maxwell, with MXM and MXS files included.

Files units are centimeters and all models are accurately scaled to represent real-life object's dimensions.

The model comes as a single editable mesh or poly object (or as group for rigged models or where displace modifier has been used) properly named and positioned in the center of coordinate system. No lights, cameras and render/scene setup are included unless otherwise stated in the particular model’s description.

         
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.c4d 2.49 mb Cinema 4D R16 or above
  • Adv. / Physical
  • V-Ray 1.9
  • V-Ray 3.4

All Design Connected 3d models are originally created in 3ds Max and for V-Ray renderer. Our in-house team of 3d artists handle all further conversions and adaptations to deliver best possible visual and technical quality of the Cinema 4D content we offer.

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All Design Connected 3d models are originally created in 3ds Max and for V-Ray renderer. Our in-house team of 3d artists handle all further conversions and adaptations to deliver best possible visual and technical quality of the Cinema 4D content we offer.

Files units are centimeters and all models are accurately scaled to represent real-life object's dimensions. The model comes as a single editable object (or as a group when necessary) properly named and positioned in the center of coordinate system. No lights, cameras and render/scene setup are included unless otherwise stated in the particular model's description.

         
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.skp 2.02 mb SketchUp 8 or above

SketchUp file format with basic materials and textures.

         
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.fbx and .obj 2.8 mb
OBJ an FBX files with diffuse colors and textures.
         
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.3ds 459.82 kb
Native 3ds files with textures
         
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.aof 560.45 kb
Abvent Artlantis file format with materials, proper shaders and textures.
         
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.3dm 525.23 kb
Rhinoceros files with materials and textures
         
The format is currently not available but you can request it at no cost after you purchased the model. More info
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.dwg
Autodesk DWG files with basic geometry and textures
         
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.mb
Maya files with basic materials and textures
         
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.lwo
Lightwave files with materials and textures
         
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.dae
Collada files with materials and textures
         

One purchase gives access to all file formats available. By default only .max file format is selected for download.

During the checkout process and before downloading a model you will see a list of available file formats to make your selection.

You can download at no cost all additional file formats needed at any time from "Downloads" page in your Account.

Product description

Brand:  Adelta, Germany www.adelta.de Designer:  Eero Aarnio Design Connected ID: 1052
Based on the idea of the Ball Chair the Bubble Chair is a reduction of this design. As Ludwig Mies van der Rohe said: Less is more! A masterpiece of reduction.
Like the Ball Chair the Bubble Chair also impresses the user by the special accoustic. The Bubble Chair swallows the sounds and you feel isolated inside in a pleasant way, even when you are in a crowded place. At the EXPO 2000 in Hannover eleven Bubble Chairs were installed in the Cycle Bowl "Blue Box" of the Grüne Punkt Deutschland Pavillion as small, individual information spaces whithin the library. The Norwegean phonecompany Telenor has installed some Bubble Chairs in the entrance hall of their new building in Oslo to offer calm "rooms" for mobile phoning. The transparent chair is used in music videos, advertising and fashion magazines. Celebreties like Darryl Hannah, Donnatella Versace and Nina Hagen have enjoyed the Bubble Chair on foto shootings and Carmen Electra on cover of the December 2000 issue of Playboy.
Aarnio about Bubble Chair: "After I had made the Ball Chair I wanted to have the light inside it and so I had the idea of a transparent ball where light comes from all directions. The only suitable material is acrylic which is heated and blown into shape like a soap bubble. Since I knew that the dome-shaped skylights are made in this way I contacted the manufacturer and asked if it would be technically possible to blow a bubble that is bigger than a hemisphere. The answer was yes. I had a steel ring made, the bubble was blown and cushions were added and the chair was ready. And again the name was obvious: BUBBLE."

Year of design: 1968
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