In this week's Architech, Sutherland Lyall offers an insight into the tortuous process of producing the visualisations required as evidence in the Heron Tower planning enquiry. In addition to the endless computer images showing the building in a variety of different lighting conditions and from every conceivable angle, visualisation company Hayes Davidson produced a video depicting the view of the proposed tower as experienced by a pedestrian crossing Waterloo Bridge.
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