55 Stunning Bathrooms by Artisan Tile and Bathroom Studio – Architecture & Design

By | June 29, 2018

Artisan Tile and Bathroom Studio is a modern company with old fashioned values, strongly focused on customer service and the quality of products. This paired with 15 years’ experience in our industry ensures we provide solutions, not only for now, but that will stand the test of time. We invite you to their stunning bathrooms showroom in the heart of Handforth, Cheshire, to admire and browse our beautifully displayed portfolio, with market leading collections from Dornbracht, Duravit, Hansgrohe Axor, Keuco, Artelinea, Alape, Bisque and many more.

Blender Tutorial: Architectural Interior - Part 1 of 2

Blender tutorial on making an architectural interior scene.
Watch Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I685JGTCpCU
Download the Models: http://www.blenderguru.com/tutorials/interior-architecture/

20 thoughts on “55 Stunning Bathrooms by Artisan Tile and Bathroom Studio – Architecture & Design

  1. Mahmud Shokirow

    How to download your "Archimesh" toolbar… Pls send my gmail mahmudshokirow@gmail. com

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  2. Marcogami

    I love Andrewss tutorials but there is one thing that he forgot to say, ive discovred it for myself. In the auto-hole part, if you have an error, the only thing you have to do is give the wall some Thickness, it doesnt matter how many. You find that thickness in the propeties of the wall, pressing N

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  3. Jake Kim

    Nitpick: Traditionally the cabinet doors are directly under the sink because the pipes under the sink need maintenance.

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  4. A very angry frog

    ​a better way to see measurements, in the toolbar in archimesh, press display hints

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  5. kumaran anbalagan

    I didn't find Auto Holes / Room Tools in my latest blender which have these addon as build-in pls give me a solution

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  6. J&A Studios

    how can i see inside the room without the camera view or the wireframe mode? It just zoom in the wall but doesn't go inside

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  7. Black7German

    Hello, I have a question. My objects of the archimesh plugin, like walls and windows have no texture. But in your Video they have. Could you please tell me what's the problem. ps good and very helpful tutorial.

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  8. Diego Arenaza

    great video GURU!!! cheers from Perú, ¿CAN YOU MAKE A VIDEO FOR ARCHITECTS, MAYBE TO IMPORT A 3D FILE FROM 3DMAX OR REVIT AND THEN PUT MATERIALS AND RENDER IN BLENDER?

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  9. gergesha gerge

    hey master guru how are you? pleeease one video Make a topic how to make window in brick wall pleeaase (interior design) (micro displacement method)

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  10. Yofadhli Ahmed Kahirawan

    did you model everything by hand in the first renders? (before the tutorial)

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  11. Taret Time

    Archimesh won't show up in the toolbar after I check the box.

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  12. Dr. Cat

    am i doing something wrong cause when i put the camera inside the room theres no colors

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  13. Manoranjan Marandi

    hello sir i am from india , i want to ask a question . how many years or months u have devoted to master the blender ? I am a regular viewer of your of ur youtube channel. i really love those videos.Thank you sir

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  14. Valentine

    I can't get the window to correctly (no matter which window I choose from archimesh) to correctly cut the whole correctly using the "auto holes" feature… as a result, I'm not getting any sun light come in nor can I see outside the window. I have tried several times… any suggestions? I would much rather stick with archimesh than going back to the old way of doing this… cheers for any help..

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