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White Foamboard
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Price: $54.05-$540.00
Retail: $57.00
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    This rigid, warp-resistant foam board with its smooth, white, clay-coated surface is ideal for mounting, paints, markers or screen printing. When cut, the edge bounces back for a clean, sharp edge, and its resilient core resists dents. Low pH...

    Cork Foam Board
    New!
    Price: $30.80-$142.00
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      Light-weight and sturdy construction makes this a great alternative to heavy cork boards. Perfect for school related presentations, art and photo displays, memory boards, business needs and more. It is thick enough that push-pins or tacks will not...

      Modeling Pulp Board
      Retail: $391.60
      Item #: AA75416CTN - See more from Art Alternatives

        This versatile board is ideal for architectural model making and sculpting. It cuts like soft butter at any angle allowing for precise detail work. The edges and surface can be sanded to correct mistakes or add texture and it accepts a variety of...

        Bienfang White Foam Board
        Price: $46.90-$96.50
        Retail: $51.60
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          Designed specifically for graphic arts and framing use. These foam boards feature resilient polystyrene cores that ensure a clean precise cut with a mat cutter or utility knife.

          Black Foamboard
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          Price: $81.00-$592.50
          Retail: $92.00
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            This rigid, warp-resistant foam board with its smooth, black, clay-coated surface is ideal for mounting, paints, markers or screen printing. When cut, the edge bounces back for a clean, sharp edge, and its resilient core resists dents. Low pH...

            In the realm of architectural model making, the strategic combination of foam boards and modeling pulp boards stands as a dynamic and versatile approach embraced by architects and model makers alike. Foam boards, celebrated for their lightweight yet sturdy composition, serve as an ideal substrate for constructing intricate architectural models. Architects leverage their rigidity to achieve precise detailing, while the smooth surfaces readily accept various adhesives, paints, and finishes, allowing for a nuanced and visually impactful representation of design elements.

            Modeling pulp boards complement this process, enhancing the flexibility and sculptural potential of architectural models. These boards, known for their pliability and malleability, enable architects to intricately sculpt and shape the topography of their designs. The combination of foam boards and modeling pulp boards provides architects with the freedom to create three-dimensional scale models that not only accurately capture the spatial arrangements but also communicate the aesthetic nuances of their architectural visions. This versatile pairing allows for a seamless integration of materials, enabling architects to bring their designs to life with a level of precision, creativity, and visual richness that resonates with clients and stakeholders.