To become a reputed name in the field of architecture and interior design, it is vital to deliver stunning concepts and latest design trends to your clients. In order to stand out, it is necessary to create something that will establish an emotional attachment with the client by finding out their dreams and preferred tastes.
When looking to build or renovate a property, some clients will have a fairly clear vision for what they would like to see for the end result, while others will be looking for design and styling guidance and inspiration from their architect or interior designer. Dealing with both type of client can be a challenge, especially when trying to communicate complex design concepts through a series of technical architectural drawings and schedules.
Most people who are not accustomed to frequently dealing with drafted floor plans, elevations and cross section schematics have a difficult time visualising the proposed design concept and scale of internal space. Luckily, over the past few years the development of 3d graphics technology has made the architect’s and designer’s job of conveying their ideas to clients far easier than it was in the past.
3d rendered artwork presents the client with a photorealistic series of images from a natural eye level inside the internal space. This makes it far easier to determine the design concept being proposed by the architect or interior designer. All features are accurately and meticulously modelled in three dimensions to the correct scale and they are displayed with physically accurate materials and lighting simulation.
Depending on the amount of time invested in the 3d modelling stage, the tiniest detail can be included in the computer generated representation. The client can see the proposed 3d kitchen designs, bathroom layout, living and bedroom spaces, the types of materials and colours proposed to be applied to the surfaces… Even the lighting quality and sense of space gets conveyed through the imagery, making it easy to predict if a room may feature a dark corner or cramped space.
Architectural 3d rendering is not just limited to showcasing the finished interior result. It’s a great tool that can be used for refining the design concept by applying different colours to the 3d models or rearranging the joinery and internal walls.
Creating a 3d model of the proposed spaces may also assist in detecting and identifying design discrepancies and incompatible structural details. There can be an issue of a lack of space, impractical design, or any other problem that may have been difficult to detect with 2d architectural blueprints. The 3d technology helps to identify these issues at an early stage and correct the problem well before the commencement of construction, saving money and time for the property developer and the architect.
Having a visual representation of your idea means you don’t need to go in circles with your client. With 3d image rendering client satisfaction will be a breeze; miscommunications are avoided, making you build a stronger relationship with your client.