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Renovations? Persuade your customers with photo-realistic 3D

If you are an architect and have worked on home improvement projects in the past, you have undoubtedly encountered the concerns of your clients. Often, real estate is old, has passed through generations, and is part of family history. The owners are used to the current look and are apprehensive about seeing their home after renovation. This is why they are so often hesitant to approve a renovation project even if it seems so obvious and so urgent.


And other problematic aspects may emerge. For example, homeowners might be undecided about the choice of materials or certain architectural details. Finding common ground between clients and architects can quickly become a real headache. The professional can try to explain his vision with the help of suggestions, drawings, or sketches, but the owner will not necessarily have a complete idea of the project. These questions can slow down decision-making or sometimes discourage the promoter of the renovation project.


The good news is that architects can avoid such a pitfall by resorting to realistic 3D rendering. Thanks to 3D, it is possible to dispel doubts and agree on all the details. Here are 4 ways to use realistic 3D rendering in your home improvement projects.


3D shows architectural solutions in a realistic way

As you know, it's always the first impression that counts - and this obviously applies to architecture. The first thing the public will see is obviously the exterior of the building. Thus, we understand why the first concern of homeowners is whether the renovation will alter the facade of their home in a way they will not like.


This is where 3D real estate service comes in. Indeed, computer graphics designers faithfully reproduce the plans and solutions proposed by the architect in a realistic 3D rendering. Thanks to this architectural perspective, the client will appreciate in detail all the choices imagined by the architect: entrance, windows, balconies, terraces, etc. of materials. This way, the owner will be able to see the result after the renovation and correct the options chosen if necessary.


Realistic 3D rendering presents the different designs

Thanks to realistic 3D rendering, the client will not only be able to see what his house will look like after renovation, but will also be able to choose between the different options available to him.


In the case of a staircase renovation, our client, for example, chose to present all the available railings and staged them in his client's interior. Thanks to these realistic 3D renderings, the owner was able to visualize the ideal railing and choose with confidence. In addition to reassuring the client, this approach emphasizes the professionalism of the architect, improves his reputation, and may justify a higher price for the service.


3D makes it possible to correct the design before starting the renovation

One of the most valuable benefits of realistic 3D rendering is that it allows you to edit a project before you even start work. Here is how it works :


First, architects commission 3D architectural perspectives from a 3D perspective designer. Once completed, customers can easily see and understand the expected result after the renovation work. So if something is not to their liking and needs to be changed, they report it to the architect. The latter contacts the 3D studio again to obtain corrections to their visuals, taking into account the customer's requirements. This cycle can continue until homeowners are completely satisfied and confident that they are getting exactly what they want.


In addition, realistic 3D rendering sometimes reveals calculation errors on the part of the architect or the design office. A window that is too small, a badly positioned door, an unsightly ventilation duct, etc. Rather than making a mistake and having to redo work, the photo-realistic 3D perspective can detect this type of thoughtlessness.



Realistic 3D rendering helps to depict the external environment

The synthetic image is used to present the work once renovated, but not only. The realistic 3D rendering of the exterior allows you to have a very precise idea of the real estate project once inserted into its environment. This was for example the case with these visuals intended to show how a house made from containers could find its place in a natural environment.


The exterior architecture perspective is particularly useful when a renovation project involves landscaping. Thanks to realistic 3D modeling and rendering, it is possible to show in detail all aspects of new landscape solutions. Imagine a pond planned in the garden, a stone path leading to it, an elegant fountain, and subtle lighting nestled in the trees ... Thanks to the realistic 3D renderings, all the details will be presented in such a way that the client adheres to your project architectural.


In summary, realistic 3D rendering is a blessing for architects when it comes to renovation projects. 3D makes it possible to present new possibilities in terms of exterior design, to offer a range of varied options available to the owner, and to modify the design before starting work. 3D visualization can also be used to showcase a new layout in detail.

 

Source : Le studio 3D

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