Future Grand Designs – Learn Techniques and Hot Inspirations for Sci-fi Architecture Scenes

October 17, 2015 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0

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October 17, 2015
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Paul Bussey


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Ever wonder what type of architecture we will see in the future? Have you ever tried to create a science-fiction scene incorporating future architecture or had a go at modelling it?

This webinar reveals powerful design techniques and hot inspirations used for such work. It includes featuring the work of two special guest artists that have created breathtaking designs that may well reflect what we see in the future.

We will cover:-

  • Science fiction movie design influences in architecture
  • The impact of the futurist designer Syd Mead
  • The stunning interior artwork of Tarik Keskin plus Q&A
  • The commanding cityscape images of Christian Hecker (Tigaer) plus Q&A.

Date and Duration

Date : Saturday the 17th of October

Start Time: 20:00 BST (London)/12:00 PDT (Los Angeles)/15:00 EDT (New York)

Duration: 1.5 hours


Christian Hecker (Tigaer)


Christian Hecker is a dedicated digital artist who uses VUE and Photoshop. He has formed a recurring theme through his portfolio of depicting futuristic large-scale cities and this, really, is a natural response, perhaps from growing up in the environment of the industrial landscape of East Germany, as well as being awed by the production paintings of the sci-fi movies that we all love.

Sky high
Sky High by Christian Hecker (Tigaer)

Tarik Keskin


Tarik graduated recently from being an architectural student and has now founded his own studio. Tarik produces architectural visualisations, with two friends contributing. He is based in Istanbul, but travels frequently to different locations and countries.
Tarik has noted that there has been some serious development in terms of the digital scene and arts in Istanbul, during the last decade. “Both the quality and quantity of exhibitions and art events has dramatically increased, and the city became more inter-cultural. Istanbul has always been a cosmopolitan city with multiple cultures because of it’s location and history. But in the last decade the design and art scene has developed in a more innovative and contemporary direction.”

Peregrine-Falcon Cryogenic-Sector by Tarik Keskin
Peregrine-Falcon Cryogenic-Sector by Tarik Keskin