What do we need to envision your ideas one step closer to reality?


You’ve probably read a lot about how renderings are a must in architectural projects and how they are necessary to design and sell them. But where to start when hiring an architectural visualization or 3D rendering studio to visualize your project?

You can approach a design studio at any stage of your project, but there are minimum requirements to get the most of your renderings. In this article, we will list the elements that you must have to hire for your rendering.

1. Architectural drawings. 
This is the most essential thing to have. Most studios can work with 2D or 3D drawings and models whether they’re done in AutoCAD, SketchUp, Revit or Rhino. As a matter of fact, it will be much easier for the design studio to create your renderings if your design is detailed enough.

2. 2D plans, elevations, sections.
A 2D plan is the most technical part of the project, it is a drawing on a horizontal plane viewed from above. The elevations are drawings of vertical planes in a vertical representation. A section is also a vertical depiction, but it cuts through space to show what is inside.

Renderings can be created from 2D planes.

3. Additional information.
After providing all the technical details to the 3D rendering design team, it is necessary to let them know about other details such as the plans you have for landscaping, exteriors, furniture layouts and decorations.

4. Landscape plan.
This plan provides details about the land where our construction will be, it includes elements like flowers, trees, grass and other elements like fountains, sheds, lawn furniture. This type of plan also includes overlays for irrigation and lighting.

Providing this plan to the design studio will help them to represent the land accurately.

5. Material board.
You know what materials must be in your project, you visualized them when coming up with the plans. If you want your design studio to represent your vision correctly, don’t forget to provide a diagram of the materials you will be using and where they will be.

6. Furniture layout and selection.
No rendering is complete without a visualization of the décor you propose to your clients, so be as accurate as you can when sharing these elements with your design studio.

Whatever the nature of your project might be, you will find extraordinary value in turning your ideas into experiences with us. Schedule a meeting here with one of our senior designers. 

Through our process, we strive to understand and convey our clients’ goals effectively through a mixture of visual disciplines such as RenderingsAnimationsVirtual RealityInteractivePhotography, and Branding services.


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