Islamic Design Renderings Gallery


Islamic pattern as the base for the layout of a public space

The use of an Islamic geometric pattern as the basis for the layout of precious public spaces is the corner stone of a design concept packed with symbolism and a noble recognition of the early Islamic artists that developed a form of art that has since become an icon of the Islamic civilization, and which remains - to our modern days - a field of study of both Western and Eastern scholars.

Islamic designA public space designed over a 32-pointed star geometric pattern grid.
Islamic designA detail of the structure surrounding the central star.
Islamic designPerspective view of the central dome and fountains
Islamic designCloase-up detail of the bronze panels forming the central dome
Islamic designIslamic arches seen from the exterior of the circular structure
A view across one of the 32 fountainsA view across one of the 32 fountains
Double-decker structure as seen from the insideDouble-decker structure as seen from the inside
Details of the columns of the central domeDetails of the columns of the central dome
Islamic designInterlace walk ways
Interlace walk ways in a forested areaInterlace walk ways in a forested area
Islamic designPerspective view of the fountains converging on the center of the geometric design
Interlace walk ways in a forested areaInterlace walk ways in a forested area


Islamic non-periodic patterns on tower façade

This work on an aluminum shell for a tower façade shows the benefits of being able to programmatically produce and control Islamic patterns, so as to be able to integrate lightning, structural components, architectural elements and solve engineering issues on the fly. The geometric design is comprised of over 250,000 pieces and uses over 20,000 light-bulbs for illumination effects.

Islamic designIslamic geometric design on tower façade
Islamic designIslamic geometric design highlighting design's rosettes
Islamic designTower façade with illuminated interlaces
Islamic designIslamic geometric design on tower façade in daylight close-up
Islamic designTower façade with illuminated design rosettes
Islamic geometric design highlighting design's rosettesIslamic geometric design highlighting design's rosettes


Vitraux and hardwood floors

These works show original and non-traditional uses of interlace geometric design. Nomad Inception has engineered solutions for cutting and assembling these kinds of works, enabling us to supply our customers with these unique and exclusive products.

Islamic geometric design on stained glass panelsIslamic geometric design on stained glass panels
Islamic geometric design with interlaces on a hardwood floorIslamic geometric design with interlaces on a hardwood floor
Islamic patterns on stained glass panelsIslamic patterns on stained glass panels
Islamic patterns on stained glass panelsIslamic patterns on stained glass panels


The Mosque: interlaced marble floors and full articulation of design elements

This is a fictitious scene of a mosque showing a particular set of abilities that Nomad Inception has attained. First, we can see an intricate interlace design in the floor with three shades of marble. In addition, we can see a seamless articulation of design elements: the massive columns meet the floor's geometric design integrating impeccably between the interlacing lines. Furthermore, the columns support a dome-like structure forming a Seal of Salomon shape, in correspondence with the floor's design that envelopes the same shape within its complex patterns.

Islamic arches and columns in a Mosque's interiorIslamic arches and columns in a Mosque's interior
Islamic geometric design with interlaces on a marble floorIslamic geometric design with interlaces on a marble floor
A column articulating with the interlaces designed on the floorA column articulating with the interlaces designed on the floor
A view of the geometric design on the floor showing three different shades of marbleA view of the geometric design on the floor showing three different shades of marble
Wider view of the floor and columns integrating seamlessly in the designWider view of the floor and columns integrating seamlessly in the design
The wider view reveals a structure in the shape of a Seal of Salomon figureThe wider view reveals a structure in the shape of a Seal of Salomon figure


Moroccan Riad: day and night lightning

This is a fictitious model of a Riad in a style frequently seen in the Maghreb and the south of the Iberian Peninsula. The works shows Nomad Inception's capacity to produce quality renderings in both types of lightning: natural and artificial.

Islamic designFully decorated Moroccan Riad
Islamic designFully decorated Moroccan Riad
Islamic designFully decorated Moroccan Riad
Islamic designFully decorated Moroccan Riad
Islamic designFully decorated Moroccan Riad
Islamic designFully decorated Moroccan Riad
Islamic designFully decorated Moroccan Riad
Islamic designMoroccan Riad in evening lightning
Islamic designMoroccan Riad in evening lightning
Islamic designMoroccan Riad in evening lightning
Islamic designMoroccan Riad in evening lightning
Islamic designMoroccan Riad in evening lightning

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