Villa 007 3D Model (max)

3D Model by kanhtart

High detailed 3d building. Previews were rendered with vray mat and light. The file has all lightning setup and texturing

A villa is a house that was originally an ancient Roman upper-class pleasure houses that were sited in the cool hills within easy reach of Rome. The richest Romans lived in fine houses which we know as ‘villas’. Just like today, the owners liked to make their houses look special, building them to fit their needs and to show off their wealth.

In modern days, villa can refer to various types and sizes of residences, ranging from the suburban semi-detached double villa to residences in the wild-land–urban interface. By the first century BC, the classic villa took many architectural forms for enclosed spaces open to light and air. Romans usually made their walls out of stone and covered them with cement to make the walls smooth and very strong. Villa rooms are stuffed with unique and stylish exclusive furniture, wall art and appliances.

Villas are very popular in California and especially in the west Coast of the United States. An interior design as well as outdoor space of the Villa is very important to give people the sense of villa. At the front of your villa, create a grand entrance with an open veranda held up with pillars from where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery, fresh air and nature.

At FlatPyramid we have created 3D model of Villas in .max file format which is also available to download. Thanks for visiting and showing interest in buying 3d model from FlatPyramid. However, for further information feel free to contact us anytime.

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Available Source 3D Model File Formats


  • Vertices
  • Polygons
  • GeometryPolygonal
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsYes
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesYes
  • File-formats3D Studio Max file (.max)
  • PluginsV-Ray
  • NID36639
  • LicenseRoyalty Free
  • Copyright TransferredNo
  • ResellableNo
3D Model ID: 202879

Published on: October 30, 2014