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Picture Plane is a digital imaging studio run by architects. The studio produces visualisations and animations that go beyond photorealistic representation to communicate the atmosphere and ethereal qualities of unbuilt spaces.
Picture Plane is based in London and was established in 2008 by Jörg Majer and Maria Fulford. Collaborating with architects, artists, designers and engineers the studio constructs images through conversation and creates a strong narrative behind each piece of work.
A small team of talented visualizers, all with a background in architecture, work alongside Jörg and Maria to produce a diverse range of projects.
We are currently looking for talented visualisers to work with. Experience in Architectural Visualisation essential. Software skills using 3ds Max and V-Ray.
Please send your CV and portfolio to Jörg, email email@example.com
Director, BSc, DipArch, ARB
Jörg graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2006 with distinction and was awarded the Victor Ka-Shun Chu Prize for Excellence in Design. Jörg previously worked as an architect for a number of practices before establishing Picture Plane in 2008. Jörg taught architecture and design at the London Metropolitan University, Westminster University and the Bartlett. He is a visiting critic at Universities across London and gives occasional technical workshops. Jörg likes to explore the conceptual aspect of architecture and has a strong three dimensional imagination in regards to space and light. He is also a keen builder and maker.
Director, BA, DipArch, ARB
Maria graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2006 and is co-founder of Picture Plane. Between her undergraduate and postgraduate studies Maria worked for 3 years for Tod Williams and Billie Tsien Architects in New York. Maria was previously an associate at Niall McLaughlin Architects until 2013. Maria brings a passion for and knowledge of construction and building projects where the importance of carrying through the initial idea from concept to completion is fundamental.