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Architectural Designs - Utilising 3D Visualisation

By Alden Whitley

Now that the use of technology can be found in almost every sector of the building industry, it is a logical progression to use CAD and CGI design to create 3 dimensional (or 3D) modelling in architectural design.

3D visualisation is quite obviously not a new found technique in the building industry: it is one which has been used since the earliest construction of permanent dwellings and other structures to assist the client to have a visual image of the finished project with the use of a smaller scale. In earlier times, 3D modelling involved scaled models which were painstakingly created from materials such as plaster or wood, or even heavy card. In the contemporary sense, CAD or Computer Assisted Design and CGI or Computer Generated Images, take the hard work out of this vital promotional tool, creating in a relatively short time what historically used to take sometimes months with a high level of accuracy.

Computer generated 3D modelling takes flat, less than impressive images and converts them into realistic designs and as such the client is better able to imagine the completed project in a virtual reality. This can be especially effective in the field of architecture 3D. No longer are clients restricted to technical drawings or elevation plans which only the experienced eye can interpret: with cutting edge technology, virtually any architectural concept can be manipulated in such a way that the viewer is able to "walk" around and through the design, getting a feel for the building's advantages whilst simultaneously allowing for the reduction or elimination of any potential problems that would traditionally be very difficult to predict and expensive to rectify.

Most CAD 3D modelling programs are relatively easy to use in comparison with the traditional skills of technical and architectural drawing. The computer programming comes with automatic scaling which allows for much better accuracy and flexibility in conjunction with a faster production of the finished product. As such, 3D modelling is an ideal tool for use by civil engineers, interior designers, landscape designers, architects, real estate developers and other professionals who are looking for a strong visual presentation of concepts to present to their clients.

Many professionals within the building and construction industry use 3D modelling services to produce plans and concept drawings and ultimately 3D visualisation of these concepts, derived from the ideas and dreams of clients and from their own original ideas.

Architectural 3D modelling services are usually used in two different areas: 3D exterior modelling and 3D interior modelling.

3D exterior modelling can be particularly helpful when designing residential, commercial and healthcare buildings as well as those structures designed for the leisure industry, hospitality, community and institutional purposes. Details such as the faade of a building and the purpose of outdoor areas including courtyards, carparking and landscaping are brought to life, providing the client with an image of the finished product. The use of colour and texture on exterior walls and exterior lighting can be experimented with to obtain the best possible results.

3D interior modelling concentrates on the final touches to the inside of a construction. 3D models can be created to allow a client to view the finished interior from many different points of view, using light and shade, colour and form. This modelling is ideal for portraying inviting and attractive interiors, especially kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, living areas, work spaces and conference spaces, including the positioning of furniture.

No matter what is the size or design of your dream building, 3D modelling is definitely an invaluable tool in the construction industry.




3D Architectural Renderings: A Helpful Architectural Visualization Design Tool

By Jon Andrson

The relevance of current technology and its impact on 3D architectural renderings cannot be underestimated. Not only do 3D architectural illustrations allow the designer to have an easier time with plans and images, but it also increases the accessibility of those images to possible clients and companies.

By using 3D architectural renderings, designers are now able to show potential clients what a finished product will look like, instead of simply describing it or hoping that someone is able to visualize the end product from sketches and blueprints. Even though there are a variety of applications for 3D rendering from the standpoint of sales, there are also many benefits for the designer.

3D Architectural Renderings Help With the Big Picture

So honestly, how does a designer benefit from 3D renderings outside of using them to convince potential customers or to develop a professional persona? First, 3D architectural renderings aide in encompassing the big picture of architectural designs. Not only will you be able to render a single building in a realistic manner, but you can create entire complexes or neighborhoods.

Here is an example of how 3D architectural illustrations can help. If you are planning a subdivision of residential homes, you can easily render the entire street with a variety of housing designs and landscaping schemes. Using 3D renderings will help you to see how all of the pieces fit together for overall aesthetic appeal.

3D Renderings Help with Multiple Angled Viewings

In addition to helping with the big picture, 3D architectural renderings will allow you to see you final design from multiple angles without having to do multiple drawings. Not only does this save a great deal of time, but it also negates the all-to-often human error. By using 3D architectural design, with the simple click of a button or the scroll of a mouse, you will be able to see how your building or design looks not just from the front, but from every possible angle.

3D architectural illustrations will also help you to easily identify design flaws and work on fixing them before the physical components are put into place. In addition to the practical benefits of viewings and eliminating errors, architectural rendering will also allow your creativity to flow without the time constraints of drawing. It is simply a matter of playing around with the software to experiment with a variety of designs and forms.

3D Renderings Help with Finding the Small Details

Not only will 3D architectural renderings help you with the larger elements of architectural design, but it will also help you with the small details, such as interior design or texturing. Because 3D rendering uses realistic lighting, shading and space, it is possible to see how various elements will interact with or be impacted by your design.

Let's say you are designing an office complex and you wish to see whether or not the windows on the first floor will allow enough light to enter. With 3D architectural illustration, this is not only possible, but is also very easily done. This will allow you to make minor corrections to perfect your design. This can be very helpful, especially when you are under a strict time frame.

Regardless of your level of expertise, there are a variety of design uses for 3D renderings. There are practical as well as creative applications of rendering and it will undoubtedly impact your designs in a very positive way. Using 3D architectural rendering will not only increase your productivity, but it will also spark your creativity.

Now that you know about the advantages of 3D architectural renderings, you will want to visit our site AndersonStudioArchitects.com. Visit us for information, tips and ideas on how to communicate your project's vision.




Professionalism Has Value In 3D Architectural Visualization Rendering Design

By Melissa Marie Marcy

In today's world of 3D rendering architectural design, the designer needs stand out from the crowd in order to obtain clients. What can you offer clients that your competitors cannot. Bragging rights if you are famous... but most of us are not. An extremely low price which is what some resort to, but it is not recommended - both for your own survival and the survival of the industry as a whole. Promotional freebies perhaps, whether it be a slightly lower promotional price or a free knick-knack so people feel like they've won something. Realistically, the best thing that we have to offer our clients as professionals is just that: professionalism. Most designers have had extensive training and are extremely talented at what they do - we have paid our dues and that is worth more to a good client than extra knick-knacks or low prices. In my opinion, the companies who lower their prices to sub-standard levels are not doing anything positive for their public image. Bidding low sends a message to potential clients that says "I'm not good at what I do, so I have to charge less than everyone else to get business." That is not a professional image and while it may get some clients (who will probably disrespect you, after all... you aren't worth much), it will not obtain the higher-level clients that will help you to thrive and grow your business.

So how do we create a professional image? There are several ways to do this:

First and foremost, dress appropriately and display intelligence and confidence. Your words, actions and appearance will do more to either boost or hinder your professional image than any of the following steps. Next, have professionally designed cards, brochures and stationary printed... often the most impressive brochure wins.
Join professional organizations - prospective clients search these websites to find design professionals and it will boost client confidence to see you as an accepted member of the profession. Invest in a professionally designed website.
Having a well designed website displaying your work demonstrates competence and can give clients a sense of comfort... bad websites will drive away business. In addition, websites are like a digital portfolio - you can reach more people and allow your work to speak for itself.
Finally, when presenting to a client, your design has to have wow factor. Even if you do all of the above, if you deliver poorly, you can lose your client. One way to produce the "wow" is by using 3d visualization, either as an image or an animation, to convey your design to the client.

Not only can it show your design more realistically, but the technique itself is impressive and can help you to obtain premium clients. Since most designers do not have the time to invest learning new software or producing these renderings, a viable solution is outsourcing. By outsourcing you eliminate the software and training costs, obtain a better product, and can devote your time to more profitable or urgent tasks. Be sure to do some research before selecting a visualization company. Ask if the people working for the firm have experience in the industry and see if you can get some high resolution samples of their work to judge the quality. Most 3d visualization companies have websites online where you can compare their styles, quality and prices.




Give Picture to Your Imagination With 3D Architectural Visualization

By Hitesh Srivastava

Visualization is basically the process of mentally enacting events, places and various scenarios. Earlier, one's visualization is limited only to him, but not anymore. You can now create imagery that accurately reflects what you have planned even before the start of construction. This is known as 3D architectural visualization. This is a significant example regarding the advancement of computing technology and its effect on our daily life.

3D architectural visualization is now used by a lot of architects to create a realistic picture of their proposed design for the clients. It is also used by many builders to attract new clients and promote their far finished building.

However, creating 3D architectural visualization is not everybody's cup of tea and needs specialization. You need necessary evaluation and floor plan before you start the entire process of 3D architectural visualization. If you are building design for your building's interior you need to consider the light intensity, its reflection and affect of shadows. Whereas, if you are building the 3D visualization design for exterior, the factors you need to take care of are; natural lighting, direction of windows, seasonal changes and geographical location of the building. All these factors can also vary depending upon the material you have selected for constructing your building.

3D architectural visualization also depends upon various external factors like landscapes, fences, trees, hedges, roads, and neighborhood in general. With proper care of all these factors, you can easily create a 3D visualization design that is very close to the real picture. However, if you are a newbie it is advised to rely on a specialized 3D rendering company to visualize your dream project. Houses are built just once and you cannot risk its look. It is the perfect tool that can help you to make desired changes even before the construction begins. Thus, you save all the money, time and hassle, which might have involved in reconstruction.

 
 

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I am essentially a painter of the kind of still life composition that communicates a sense of tranquillity and privacy, moods which I have always valued above all else.
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A sincere artist is not one who makes a faithful attempt to put on to canvas what is in front of him, but one who tries to create something which is, in itself, a living thing.
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The holy grail is to spend less time making the picture than it takes people to look at it.
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To become truly immortal, a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere. But once these barriers are broken, it will enter the realms of childhood visions and dreams.
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Our society is run by insane people for insane objectives. I think we're being run by maniacs for maniacal ends and I think I'm liable to be put away as insane for expressing that. That's what's insane about it.
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The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection.
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O great creator of being grant us one more hour to perform our art and perfect our lives.
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