Residential rendering is a life-savior when it comes to controversial moments during an architectural project. Due to the nature of profession, Architects are used to high responsibility and dealing with many tasks at once. It’s the Architect who has to take care of every single detail. He has to plan windows arrangement, spatial orientation, zoning, a roof reducing heat in summer and accumulating warmth in winter. And, ultimately, he is responsible for the most important thing — creating a home that his client will love and want to live in for years.
But even the most seasoned Architects cannot escape problems that take lots of time and energy to solve. It can be misunderstandings with real estate owners, issues with attracting new clients, ineffective advertisement and many more. Fortunately, a residential rendering company can help to solve and even prevent them. What is more, CGI can help to strengthen rapport with clients, win their respect and attract more prospects. How so? Let’s find out.
#1. Residential Rendering Prevents Misunderstandings
Everything started so nice. The Designer showed sketches and drawings, and even physical models of the future building. All from layout to the smallest details seemed presented at its finest, but still. Why does the customer’s face look so blank? He doesn’t ask questions or make comments, and seems confused. That doesn’t look good. “Sliver window? But it’s gonna be dark”. Nothing the Designers says seems to convince the client.
The customer might reject a wonderful project just because he cannot understand something. And this is where residential rendering comes in. A photorealistic render will show all the advantages of that sliver window so that it becomes obvious how it saves the room from a dreary view, letting in enough light and looking awesome. Using 3D architectural visualization, the Designer can demonstrate all functional and stylistic benefits of a solution.
#2. Residential Visualization Helps to Dismiss Bad Ideas
Sometimes people come up with ideas about their future homes that they are bound to regret. For instance, a garish color for the facade finishes or a trendy yet impractical material. Designer realises that now client is so excited about that idea that he won’t give up. But it is clear that when the solution is brought to life, the client will be upset. It will happen because his home will look totally different from what he had in mind. But how to convince him before it’s too late?
If only the client could see the final results in advance! It is hardly possible with just sketches and material references, but with residential home rendering it totally is. Instead of long explanations and discussions, an Architect can simply show photorealistic interior or exterior renderings. In that way, a homeowner will see the consequences of his decisions with his own eyes.