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Create Stunning Visuals with Architectural 3D Rendering

3D Rendering

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Architectural 3D rendering is as much an art as it is a necessity today. Until a few years back, 3D rendering and visualizations were exclusive to select clients and projects. Today, virtual walkthroughs and 3D rendered visualizations are complimentary for projects of all scales and budgets. Whether a commercial project or a residential drawing, 3D modeling gives your clients a look and feel of what they can expect to be built.

3D Rendering – The right way to create impactful photorealistic images

3D rendering is like storytelling. The designers use numerous rendering techniques to combine different project components. They highlight the right aspects of interior rendering and exterior rendering to create multitudes of perspectives. These perspectives are accurate, designed to scale and play a pivotal role to appeal to your client visually and aesthetically.

3D Architectural Rendering

That being said, winning a bid on commercial, industrial or urban construction projects today majorly depends on the conceptual rendering process of the project. The significance of architectural visualization increases where there are several key stakeholders present, think of public projects for instance; where the properties will be within the purview of the existing landscape. 3D rendering services provide stunning visualizations of retail and office complexes, campuses, industrial, manufacturing and public construction projects – extrapolating the 2D illustrations beyond the capabilities of a pen, drawing boards and ink!

The process of 3D visualization

Architectural rendering shows the attributes of a proposed architectural design in three-dimensions. With architectural rendering, designers and architects can evaluate scales and proportions, add lighting, shadow, acoustics and ventilation in the design and present it to clients for an immersive experience.

The tools today are so powerful that these renderings are lifelike. They have interior furnishings, textures, scales, paints, patterns and architectural staging of day-to-day activities.

Why are more and more people preferring architectural visualization?

Every AEC project has several key stakeholders: engineers, architects, designers, planners, contractors and sub-specialists. All these people view the entire construction and building process from different goals, requirements and objectives. For a project to be successful, there has to be a shared understanding among all stakeholders. Everyone should be on the same page and the rendering process helps bridge this gap. Today’s intuitive software allows design manipulation in real-time. This way, it becomes easy to transition quickly between concepts and execution leaving room for exploring manufacturing options and creating multiple designs. Moreover, creating an immersive design gives all stakeholders a deeper understanding of the specific qualitative and quantitative nature of the project.

“Creating 3D renders of a building is similar to creating a book mock-up. Why do you need a book mock-up? To get a feel of the front and back cover before you receive the final hard-copy. You can look over specific details for a room, change its texture, replace the floor panels or even amend the H-VAC and MEP layouts – and this is even before you apply for permits. Architectural 3D rendering is technology at its best and it’s transforming the way our AEC industry is working!” – says Sajeel, VP, BluEntCAD.

3D Visualization Process

Not only as a tool to create awesome lifelike renders, but 3D renders also come in handy to market your brand as the tech-savvy architectural firm.

Imagine giving your clients the power to see their property even before the construction begins. That’s exactly the kind of new age presentation architectural rendering brings to the table.

Time travel with Architectural Renders

Pictures say a thousand words and a three-dimensional picture speaks for itself. Imagining a building from a sketch might be easy for an architect and you can convey your imagination with 3D images. Hand drawn sketches and models do not convey the project in its entirety and this is where 3D architectural modelling comes into play.

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The 3D renderings are photorealistic – almost as if the building existed in real-life. Your clients will be able to gather a look and feel of how their finished project will look like and this is probably the biggest USP of having a 3D rendering service.

Scope to remodel easily and quickly

The entire documentation process undergoes several changes from inception to finish in any new construction project. Creating hand-made sketches every time a new change occurs is a costly and time-consuming affair. A 3D modeler, however, can achieve this quickly. These renders can then be shared digitally, so that everyone is on the same page everywhere and all the time.

Architectural Rendering

Ability to create a rich and interactive portfolio

Brand building like we have mentioned several times is a cakewalk with 3D architectural modelling. You can announce new collaborations, entice prospective customers and sell newly built properties with these amazing photorealistic images.

So, how do you create a 3D render?

3D rendering combines the exterior and interior 3D models of the property with software-generated visual effects. These include textures, shadows, light sources, reflections, outside landscape and other real-world material such as grass, fencing and pavements.

There are 3 different ways to create photorealistic renders:

  1. With 3D rendering software – Relying on proprietary rendering software such as Maxwell, SketchUp and AutoCAD to create lifelike visualizations, similar to today’s video game graphics. The final results are high-quality, graphical renditions of projects of all nature.
  2. With vector rendering – These add the effects of hand-drawn graphics and are usually installed as a part of all CAD software. Vector rendering imparts softness, warmth and other subtle elements to add character to a space.
  3. With cloud rendering – Cloud rendering makes use of scan-to-cloud technology and the final results are ultra-high resolution detailed renders highlighting the nuances of surroundings, the environment and the property.

The final stylized version is then shared with the clients or can be used for marketing purposes. Email UsGet in touch with our experts to know more about 3D RenderingE-mail: cad@bluentcad.com
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By now, we’re sure that you are enchanted with the mesmerizing outcomes of architectural 3D rendering. If you’re just starting, we recommend that you discuss your project with experts from BluEntCAD’s architectural rendering team. Whether you just want to gain insight into your idea or you are looking for high-resolution detailed renders, we’re the best bang for your buck. You can speak with our specialists today or request a callback at your preferred time.

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Comments

  • 3D architectural visualization has come a long way over the past 5-10 years. Communication of design intent and collaboration with multiple stakeholders associated with a project are two of the major problems faced by architects today and immersive technologies such as VR are an excellent solution. In fact, I discovered Trezi.com, a product that is a VR-based fully immersive product which improves design collaboration between stakeholders and has been helping architects overcome these problems for the past year. Worth seeing their demo…

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