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Architectural rendering is the process of creating two-dimensional and three-dimensional images of a proposed architectural design. The goal of architectural rendering is to illustrate lifelike experiences of how a space or building will look like before they have been built. Using architectural rendering software can lead to more sophisticated and eye-popping designs that represent design intent accurately before any physical work on a project begins.
There are three main benefits of using 3D rendering software for architecture projects:
Like the inside of an office building or home, many details including flooring, furnishings and lighting contribute to a space. Interior renderings offer a perspective on what it will be like to work or live in that space.
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Many considerations like light, shadowing and reflection factor into the creation of exterior renderings. These factors are important in considering how a building will relate to the environment and people around it.
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Many companies use an aerial view render in their presentations to show a dynamic perspective that leads to better understanding of landscapes, surrounding buildings, and complete visualizations.
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DBOX stays on top of new technology to deliver exclusive work like the 432 Park Avenue project, the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere.
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Tangram 3DS specializes in comprehensive design solutions for the AEC, interior design, maritime, and real estate industries.
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Stefan Lopusny, artist and founder of design visualization studio Fat Tony Studio, tackles an animated film with In Circles.
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