The architectural model is a bridge to put architectural ideas into practice. Architectural model making reflects people’s feelings between space and architecture, plane and three-dimensional, and is the basic premise of design sketches. Architectural model design will surely inspire beginners and experienced model makers a new and valuable model making ideas.
The main contents of building model production include: topography, materials and tools, workplace, pre-work preparation, parts manufacturing, proportional modeling materials, computer-made models, etc.
The architectural model design shows that cardboard is used as the main material for the production of the model, and the thickness of the wall is made by pasting the building model. Window covers, bases, and steps all have a more delicate performance. The column type of the column head is easily folded with cardboard rolls to form a more realistic effect. The roof part is made of corrugated paper bottles. The color contrast of white and red paper is appropriate. The color contrast relationship of the original building is relatively close, the proportion and scale of each part are relatively close, the building model is made fine and refined, and the virtual and actual relationship and details of the building are expressed in the model, which makes the design of the building model more vivid. Although the model uses cardboard as the material, it can form a variety of different geometric shapes by superimposing it, and it can also reflect the sense of volume. The architectural model is made of white cardboard and red corrugated paper and different materials of wallpaper better express the contrasting colors and texture. The roof part uses corrugated paper to grasp the color and texture properly. In short, this is an interesting, vivid and realistic architectural model design, reflecting the original proportion, color relationship and atmosphere.
The architectural model is used in architectural model design and urban planning. Therefore, building model making in many departments such as architecture, planning or exhibition at home and abroad has become an independent subject.