Architectural Model Given To Donor

architectural model

KiwiMill recently built an architectural model of a college campus expansion. The donor was presented with this model as a gift.

The architectural model was made out of precision, laser cut plastic. The college has a particular brick pattern that they wanted replicated on the model. Our model makers created a spray mask to simulate the brick texture.

Most buildings, this one included, have HVAC materials on their roof. Usually an architectural model does not show the heating, ventilation and cooling parts that are on the top of buildings. In this instance, the architects were debating whether they wanted the HVAC parts represented on the architectural model.

KiwiMill made the parts and provided them unattached, so that the architects could decide to include them at a later date.