Architectural visualisations and CGI renders are well permeated throughout the architecture industry. The medium possesses the ability to sell ideas better than any other.
The possibilities are endless – from initial design mock-ups, to project collaboration, through to the details of a final polish.
When a visionary presents their work and concepts, of course it’s essential to showcase them in the very best light, highlighting the craftsmanship that goes into any architectural visions.
That is why it is so important to step up your tech game in this industry, propelling your business forward with only the best and most detailed imagery around.
What does Architectural visualisation mean?
Architectural visualisation refers to the process of rendering a project before it’s built.
What does CGI Mean?
CGI is the art of utilising computer software to create strikingly precise and beautiful imagery. In the case of Viewport; it should leave you convinced that you’re viewing the real thing.
How It Works
Viewport has the experience required to guarantee architects the emotive, photorealistic, high quality renderings necessary to gain buy-in from clients.
Working closely with the architect, we receive CAD models to work off as well as material samples from the manufacturers for the detailed textures needed to render a life-like image. We take it from here – using 3ds Max and V-Ray to create stunning imagery, efficiently customisable to the client’s needs.
Ranging from family owned wineries to skyscrapers made by multinational corporations these rendering techniques are in high demand across the board. They are cost effective and time efficient, dramatically simplifying the planning approval process. With cutting edge computer generated imagery, we can vividly illustrate your vision, at crystal clear quality.
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Cost & Efficiency More options can be explored without the associated costs. Experimenting with time of day, lighting options, colors, textures and more – CGI allows the architect to be in the driver seat, controlling the design process from beginning to end, making discovering alternate designs easier than ever before.
Improves Design Processes Designing with CGI allows architects to have the foresight to include details that normally wouldn’t be thought of until later in the project. The design process seamlessly integrates all the stages of design so that nothing gets lost in the shuffle. Isn’t technology great?
Outstanding Image Quality Computer Generated Imagery is just that, generated from a computer to produce extremely accurate and flawless images. We can produce picture perfect images to showcase your design – with the ability to convert to any format you need in high resolution quality. These images look and feel like real life, cultivating a feeling or emotion around your brand that draws business in – stepping up your presentation game in futuristic style.
CGI allows for incredible customisation features that even the crispest photograph can’t live up to.
If you want your scene to be captured at different times of day, seasons, colors, moods, etc. – all these environments are right at your fingertips.
Not only are the aesthetics easily customisable, but so is the size, shape, format, etc – for the inevitable case that you will have multiple uses for your image.
Impress Clients & Convert Sales Investing in technology that impresses your clients can only breed great results. This fosters a forward thinking brand perception that will permeate across your industry, converting wavering clients into confident investors.
CGI in Architecture
As technology continually evolves, CGI in the architectural sector remains the norm, decades after its rapid embrace by the industry. Investing in the technology, and benefits of these immersive platforms will lead to generative sales downstream. Future proofing your design process, and subsequently, your whole firm.
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