Monday, April 29, 2019

3D Renderings and architectural visualization are transforming home design



3D technology is a revolution in the interior design industry. Sketches are beautiful but difficult to read for some people who prefer a more realistic depiction of their projects and to decorate the space multiple times. It is not the best option as it consumes time and money.

Many modern tools offer designers an efficient way to plan their designs and show them to their clients. Current software allows the input of different materials whose textures are accurate.

Designers can use many libraries of pre-animated furniture and accessories to build their proposals. But they can also design original furniture and see it in the space without investing in models.

If the property already exists, designers can make a virtual reality tour of their proposal, so their clients walk the space using a VR headset as they review the design. This way, they can make changes in a cost-effective and fast way.

3D technologies are advanced enough to make it very difficult to distinguish between a render and a photograph. The realism of the renders gives the designers a valuable advantage in developing a fruitful and long-term relationship with their clients. When a client understands the full scope of the work of a designer, the process flows with ease.

VR tours have also become a valuable reference tool. Architects need references and thanks to VR they can visit architectural landmarks all over the world. This resource also helps people who can't afford traveling long distances.

We can't think of architecture and interior design without 3D renderings. Each day it becomes more an indispensable tool to optimize construction processes and also as a marketing tool,

3D renderings and VR tours are a great sales tool. Maybe prospective clients are not in town and thanks to a virtual reality they can visit the property and make a purchase decision.

When this technology first appeared years ago, it was expensive and difficult to learn, also the level of realism achieved was not as high as it is now. Nowadays, the software is much more intuitive, and many more architects and designers use it.

Who knows what the future holds for 3D technology? Chances are it will become more advanced and it will be more valuable each day for the creative industries. Let's work together and let us amaze you with our 3d rendering habilities.