Architectural Visualization Project is the key to the successful outcome of the presentation. It immerses the client into the dream of the Architect, makes him see the project through his eyes. 3D Visualization is a mirror that communicates all the wonderful advantages of the concept to the target audience and proves everything that the Speaker says, – even though the Architectural masterpiece doesn’t exist yet.
Which is why Architects rely on 3D Visualization so much these days. Its creation, however, can be quite stressful. While it is possible to control other parts of project preparation – write the text of the speech, try it out on colleagues and relatives, rehearse the smallest gestures in front of a mirror, – no one knows what he will get from the 3D Rendering firm at the end. The Architect is therefore under a lot of pressure. There is a lot of stress going on, and it inevitably shows up in the presentation. The clients feel this lack of confidence and interpret it as doubts in the Architectural product.
Will the 3D Visualization measure up to the expectations? Will it be good enough to impress the client and present the Architectural project to its best? And ready on time for the presentation? Unfortunately, things happen. Sometimes, 3D artists fail to deliver the project on time, or the quality is frankly disappointing.
However, it doesn’t have to be so.There are three ways to avoid the stress and feel confident about the project completion: find a reliable Rendering company, which has proven the quality of services, work in cooperation with the 3D Artist and learn the timeframes for each type of 3D Rendering.
Moreover, there are situations when the Architectural Visualization project is urgent. That induces a lot of anxiety. Where to find a reliable outsource render company? Is it possible to deliver the project? In this case, ArchiCGI is glad to help you. We are perfectly capable to deliver good results under such conditions – owing to our special workflow and a large team of experienced 3D Artists.
To get the most out of a project, turn it into a shiny perfection looking like a dream come true, Architect needs to work in close cooperation with the 3D Artist. Want to avoid all trouble and additional expenses of corrections and modifications? Prefer to work without delays? The Architect can achieve this by writing out a clear Technical Assignment for the Architectural Renders.
Bear in mind though that it’s always a good idea to check whether you and visualizer have the same understanding of the task. To insure that, try to look at the Technical Assignment -its content, materials, from the 3D Artist’s perspective. If something remains unclear, then by all means specify or correct it. Another step is to communicate with the 3D Artist to check whether he’s got the right vision. If even after that, there are still doubts, it would be wise to set up certain checkpoints – an intermediate visualization, for instance.
Knowing exactly what to expect will also help to reduce the stress. It is therefore useful to know the timeframes for different types of projects. They mostly depend on the volume of work:
- size of the room
- amount of details
- style (which kind of causes the previous)
- necessity to model unique objects, such as furniture and decor
Here’s an estimate duration for each type of project you may encounter:
Architectural Visualization Project Typology – Interior Rendering
1 View, Small Room – 1-2 Days
As you can see, this charming bedroom is small- sized, and has got the minimum amount of furniture. Moderation, even a certain roughness are the main charm of the room. Textures and colors are what really makes the 3D Visualization look edgy and expressive – the sleek whiteness of a wall, raw appearance of the brick, warmth and coziness of the light wood, shiny coolness of the chrome lamp. And the contrast of a bold black-and-white pattern on the pillows, along with a navy blue against the white, adds the finishing touch to this exquisite Architectural Visualization Project.
3-4 Views, Ordinary Room – 3-4 Days