The importance of design
Well-designed interior is an ecosystem and its potential directly influences the quality of our life. The new natural habitat is now an interior created, designed and built by a human. We spent most of our time there. That is why the importance of a good design, not only functional but also unique, cannot be argued.
Challenges for architects
During the designing process, there is a wide array of problems arising, needing immediate solutions. In order to solve all of them, it’s vital to know client’s expectations and preferences, which constitute the basis for a coherent and convincing concept.
Defining a functional arrangement, choosing walls colors, their texture and structure demands hours of work and excellent taste, leading to achieving the goal, whether it is a harmonious colors selection or an energetic contrasts blaze.
An indispensable part of ergonomics is lighting. Well-thought-out daylight use along with an artificial lighting installation demand an extensive experience.
However, even the best design, perfected to the slightest detail, can be misunderstood by a client. Precise technical drawings are very often unclear and flat colors presentations do not reflect the sense of the space. Unfortunately, even 3D rendering in such programs as Revit, Archicad or simplified visualization in popular Sketchup turn out to be insufficient.
Photorealistic 3D interior design rendering
The answer to this challenge and quite big time saver both for a designer and a client, is 3D architectural visualization prepared by professionals. In order to get renders of a photorealistic quality, appropriate tools are essential.
High-quality textures, even 3D materials scans taken by the cutting-edge equipment are necessary for copying the material characteristics. Thanks to the access to PBR Library (Physically Based Materials) and advanced rendering engines (Unbiased Render type), we are confident that our natural and artificial lighting simulation will be photorealistic. It requires complicated calculations and, consequently, the appropriate hardware.
So as to meet all of those requirements, we understand the necessity to invest in multiprocessor rendering stations. This case shows how the dynamic technological advancement influenced the need to study and specialize in 3D visualization area.
Other benefits of 3D architecture rendering
Drawing a 3D model allows us to verify design assumptions, available only in 2D before. The third dimension ensures us, that we will avoid the elements overlap or covering the essential views.
Interior rendering is clear and understandable. It provides a client with unambiguous architectural solutions during the design presentation. It gives us the certainty that the space fully meets investor’s expectations.
All chosen materials, additions, lighting and furniture presented in the 3d apartment animation support the final acceptance of a user and assist in avoiding the changes later on, at the construction stage.
Thanks to the professional interior rendering, we are equipped in a powerful tool for investment promotion before the actual investment beginning. It attracts the attention of more potential clients at the earlier stage.
There is also a benefit for architects worth mentioning, which is building a career portfolio faster, before the opportunity to take the photos of the finished building. It is a priceless help in acquiring new clients long before the project completion.