The need to visualize and represent architectural designs has been around forever. Communication between designers and clients has always been an important part of the design process. 2D renderings and drawings have played this role for a long time. Now, new technologies are being integrated into the process in order to not only communicate, but engage clients and customers as well. Read more below about how 3D visualization is aiding the design process.
3D architecture modelling helps in visualising the building structure and interior design of your projects. Rendering is most important element for the quality of the output. Textures and colours are important because are part of the model and contribute to the final customer decisions.
3D rendering is nowadays available for everybody by using free tools like Google Sketchup which helps you build and provides accurate and precise 3D dimensional models with life-like images of the required structure of customer building. This kind of tool avoids the need to install multiple software packages for CAD and rendering.
As it can be seen a 3D rendering model gives accurate information about the building and structure from any angle which makes the task of architect, builder, engineer and customer easy. Even if the customer request to make alteration to the model, it can be made without much hassle thanks to the tools available in the rendering software.
This gave to the builder an effective communication with the client. Is very important for a builder to deliver to customers exactly what they wish for from their building. A building is an sophisticated piece of workmanship and so is often difficult to visualise completely through the 2D drawings. When 3D model is generated, as we said before we have the opportunity to see it from any angle. Therefore many design flows that have been overlooked can easily be identify and rectified well before construction begins. Reducing costs and improving erection time for the constructions.
From our experience we can add the following:
3D visualisation give viewer the ability to easily understand their building complexity without to know how to read architectural drawings.
Identify design flaws
3D visualisation enable owners, builders, and other third parties to see design flows before anything is built and money is wasted. This has impact on the project time execution and spendings. This means for the customer that you are taking care of all aspects of the building construction, where customer opinion is most valuable.
3D visualisations enhance marketing by giving an eye-catching view of the project in multiple forms of media, including websites.
originally posted on 3ecruit
by Jan Vandewalle | April 25, 2018