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Space representation. Rendering with Vray for Rhinoceros (II) (Closed course)

Basic data


Tuesday 22/11/16, Thursday 24/11/16 and Friday 25/11/16


From 10 AM to 2:15 PM


Intermediate / advanced




Enrolled in Master and Postgraduate’s programmes (M&P): 85€ the first two courses. The third course and the following ones will have a price of 75€. | Not enrolled in M&P: 195€ each course (Alumni Bold: 15% discount).

Aimed at

For the students who are or were previously enrolled in Master’s Degrees and Postgraduates of ELISAVA. Former students of ELISAVA, architects, interior designers, set designers, illustrators and other creatives can also be enrolled. | IMPORTANT: the students must have previously done the capsule 'Space representation. Rendering with Vray for Rhinoceros (I)'



Basic course on photorealistic rendering for the representation of an architecture or space project by using Vray 2.0. for Rhinoceros 5 (Level 2).

The course will have practice exercises in order for the student to acquire the necessary basic knowledge for the production of these types of digital images.

3D modeling techniques, rendering and image postproduction have been converted into an essential need in the creative process and in the final representation of the design project, being an essential element in the communication of the same project. 


  • Obtaining technical knowledge of the tools and resources for the creation of an image that truly communicates what we want to represent.
  • The student will learn how to analyze and choose the process that best adapts to the needs of the project for the creation of the image and to optimize the rendering times. 

Structure and contents

Vray for Rhino

  1. Exterior illumination scenes
  2. Interior illumination scenes
  3. HDRI environments
  4. Advanced materials and mappings
  5. Photomontages with Vray and Photoshop
  6. Postproduction in Photoshop

Teaching staff

Juan Carlos Ines

Product designer. Bachelor of Arts in Design - University of Southampton and studies of Industrial Design at ELISAVA. In early 90 he merges with Gonzalo Milà, and they created the Ines-Milà studio. It was a period in which they develop projects of ephemeral architecture and product. From 1997 he starts to work and to collaborate with museography companies and exhibitions. Currently, he has his own studio and alternates the product design with interior design and the exhibiting and cultural projects. Professor of the Degree in Design of ELISAVA. 

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