3D rendering is an artistic process similar to professional photography that involves staging scenes or spaces to produce high quality images. The difference with 3D rendering is that the image is digitally produced to achieve Photo-Realistic result. 3D rendering enables the designer to create a space and then adjust building elements, finishes, furniture, lighting, and landscapes according to customer’s choice or requirement. 3D rendering is a powerful tool that has more flexibility than professional photography and can even be more affordable.
Why is 3D rendering important to you:
3D rendering brings clarity and understanding to flat drawings, like interior or exterior plans, maximizing the design potential of the space and enabling your ideas to thrive.
Design costs can be drastically reduced. The design process involves multiple changes due to uncertainty or trial and error. With 3D rendering, spaces can be quickly tested and easily experimented on.
3D accelerates the approval process. Design choices become clear, leaving no room for miscommunication, and reduce overall design time.
If you are a home builder, real estate agent, or have a vacant lot, 3D rendering can be used to market these spaces and create enthusiasm around the future development.
3D is an effective marketing tool for new and upcoming projects. 3D images are powerful in communicating future plans to investors. Top home builders use 3D rendering to sell homes before they are built, giving clients opportunity to change designs, colors, textures and size.
3D rendering can be used to publish ideas or future project development, design trends, and future building technology options.
One Important advantage that’s usually overlooked is lighting, wall washing and light positioning. With 3D rendering you can experiment with different lighting conditions and types. You have complete control as to how you want your lighting to feel. 3D rendering eliminates all the guesswork, enabling you to make the correct decisions.
3D visualization is a necessity in real estate marketing, architectural understanding, interior experiments or design, and real estate development.