3D Architectural Visualisation Frequently Asked Questions

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Welcome to our comprehensive 3D Architectural Rendering FAQ article, where we will answer some of the most commonly asked questions about this process. If you’re curious about the benefits, software used, cost, and accuracy of 3D architectural rendering, you’ve come to the right place. So let’s dive into this topic and get your questions answered!

What is 3D architectural visualisation?

3D architectural visualisation is the process of creating a three-dimensional representation of a building or structure using computer software. This process involves creating a digital model of the structure and then adding materials, lighting, and other details to make it look as realistic as possible.

What are the benefits of 3D rendering your project?

One of the main benefits of 3D architectural visualisation is that it allows architects and designers to visualise their designs in a realistic way for their clients. This helps to clear any confusion in what the final product will look like. Additionally, 3D architectural visualisation can be used for marketing and promotion purposes, as it allows potential clients to see what the finished project will look like.

What software do we use for our Renders?

There are many software options we use for 3D architectural visualisation, including 3DS Max, Lumion, Corona Render and Unreal Engine. The software used will depend on what type of visualisation we’re creating and the level of detail needed in the render we’re creating.

What Information do I need to provide you?

The information we need to provide a quote is;
– PDF Floor Plans
(Beneficial to also have)
– Colour/ Material Schedule
– Landscaping/ Furnishing Schedule

The information we need to begin a project;
– PDF Floor Plans
– DWG/ CAD files
– Colour/ Material Schedule
– Landscaping/ Furnishing Schedule
– Perspectives agreed on

If we can provide you the model, would the cost of 3D Modelling stage excluded?

We actually get asked this question a lot, and we understand why.. At the end of the day most of our clients will provide 3D Models in various formats such as .MAX, .FBX, .OMJ, .MB, .SKP etc.. But due to 3D applications having different compatibility issues, all the 3D files cannot be used directly. This means there is typically a lot of fine tuning and fixing of issues. Sometimes the models are completely useless and we will need to model from scratch anyway. 

We pride ourselves on providing the most accurate and lifelike renders as possible, with that comes a work ethic that is unmatched. So we’re happy to put in the work for your benefit. 

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Can our visualisations be used for interior design?

Yes, 3D architectural visualisation can be used for interior design. By creating a digital model of the interior space, designers can have different furnishings added to the render to get an idea of what your design style will look like in a realistic way. 

Can 3D architectural visualisation be used for landscaping?

Yes, 3D architectural visualisation can be used for landscaping. By creating a digital model of the outdoor space, designers can provide us with the styling of landscaping they want, preferably you will have specific planting. 

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Can 3D architectural visualisation be used for real estate marketing?

Simple answer, Yes. Its our bread and butter and its what you should be using our service for. Realistic renders provide you with better brand recognition and content engagement and subsequently resulting in more leads and more sales as a result. 

We hope our 3D Architectural Rendering FAQ article helped answer some of the questions you may have.
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