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Sales model for Countryside Properties

 

We were approached by Countryside Properties to produce the sales model for the latest phase at their Springhead Park development. The model was produced at a scale of 1:150 in a hollow core format. The model looked great when installed in the sales centre and we are sure the properties will be snapped up with the aid of the model.

Our stand at the London Build Expo at Olympia

 

We had a great couple of days and met lots of interesting people and had great feedback on our display.

Our new 3D Printer has arrived!

The new printer set up and ready to start work. This machine uses resin and the quality of the prints is supurb.

A section of artwork for our most recent project. The printer makes curved bay windows much easier to replicate. You can see the supports required to print, these are simply removed at the end.

The bay windows during the printing process. The machine creates the items upside down, they are suspended from the print platform.

We were recently approached to assist with the production of a contoured masterplan model for the Public Consultation for the planned London Paramount theme park. The model was produced to 1:3000 scale in collaboration with Azur MGM and showcases the layout of the park and the transport links and updates to infrastructure required. We are proud to have worked on such a high profile project which has featured on local news programmes and exhibitions including Bluewater.

1:2000 timber context model

This model was produced to demonstrate a potential new development at Canary Wharf London. A number of different materials were used in the construction of this project to demonstrate the difference between existing and new build areas. The existing buildings were made in timber with minimal detail to focus on the massing and not to draw attention from the main focal point being the potential new development. The new development was then produced in polished clear acrylic and wrapped in laser cut components to show elevational detail.

We were approached by a well respected jewellery and antique seller to produce a prototype jewellery box with the view to creating a limited edition product that could be sold to clients. The design of the piece had to incorporate the look of the shop front and have various storage areas for jewellery items.

 

As you can see from the image of the shop below we incorporated the striking design of the bow windows into the design of the box and finished the exterior in the same paint colour as the shop.

Kaizen Shop Front

Bennett Gynn Modelmaking has now moved into a new studio in Rochester.

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