What is an architectural model?

The architectural model is a scaled copy of an architectural object, a group of buildings, a city or a landscape. The most frequent reason for its production is the need to present the project object to potential clients or museum expositions. It is an irreplaceable helper of an architect for the assessment of the proposed project and its presentation to the general public. The real model, unlike computer visualizations, represents a rendered project as a whole, which can be viewed from all points of view and in connection with the surroundings. Visualization can only be chosen from a favorable view and the unfavorable ones prefer not to make, the model does not hide anything.

Two railway stations, only one architectural model: