Architectural 3D Renders
The area of architectural 3D renderings is one of the quickest growing industries in the world. Although creating drawings for building projects is decades old, having the tools and software to create seamless 3D renderings has only been around for the past 30 years. Since then, it’s exploded in popularity, and Base3D excels in this field.
What are Architectural 3D Renders?
Architectural 3D renderings is simply creating two-dimensional animations or images of a proposed building’s characteristics. The building gets realistic features added straight into the 3D render like colours, textures and materials. You typically see these architectural 3D renderings split into three broad categories:
- Aerial 3D Renders– An aerial rendering is what the building looks like from above. It usually incorporates any surrounding landscape and buildings. This includes things like parks, pathways, roads and any bodies of water.
- Exterior 3D Renders – Exterior renderings focus on the building’s exterior. You’ll see doors, windows, roofs, balconies and any other medium the building may have.
- Interior 3D Renders – Interior renderings showcase your building’s interior rooms, hallways, walls, doorways and more.
A lot of architectural 3D renderings combine exterior and interior renders into one project. However, you can have them completely separate if it works better for your project.
Common Uses of Architectural 3D Renderings
Since it is very popular, people continue to find more uses for architectural 3D rendering. However, it has a few core common uses that people utilise all over the world. These core common uses include but are not limited to:
- Catch Flaws Sooner– Architectural 3D rending is an efficient way for architects and engineers to catch design flaws. These flaws can lead to a structurally unsound building, stalled projects, and most money spent to fix the problem areas.
- Adjust the Original Elements – When you get a 3D rendering, you’re able to look at it and see if there are any problem areas or areas that simply don’t flow with the rest of the building. You’ll be able to adjust these elements and improve them before the construction process begins.
- Final Result Visualisation– When you have a 3D image, it makes it easier to visualise the finished project. This is why 3D architectural renderings are so popular with real estate companies and property development companies. Clients get a more accurate visualisation of the final product simply by looking at the 3D rendering.
- Improved Design Accuracy – Errors in measurements or angles can lead to expensive delays during the building process as people try to fix them. If you have inaccuracies in the 3D rendering, they’re easier to fix. This way, you’ll avoid them during actual construction.
The Benefits of Architectural 3D Renderings
No matter how large or small your project is, there are several benefits that come with utilising architectural 3D renderings.
- Bridge the Communication Gap – Architectural 3D renderings help to improve communication and bridge any gaps. Whether this is between the architects and the design teams or between the designers and the clients, it works very well for both. Everyone can look at this rendering and understand what the other is talking about.
- Reduce Costs – Building projects can be very expensive, and this cost can rapidly increase if there are delays due to design flaws or miscommunications. Catching any design flaws or errors early on prevent them from happening during the construction process. In turn, construction won’t have to stall to fix the errors or go over deadline.
- Marketing Potential – Architectural 3D renderings and animations open the door for immense marketing potential. The videos show the viewer what it’ll be like to be outside and inside of the property, even if it’s not built. This increases interest for potential buyers or stakeholders.
- Final Result Visualisation – Some people have difficulty envisioning final results until they can see it. These architectural 3D renderings give your clients something they can see up close. This includes exterior and interior views.
- Different Angle Views – Sometimes, to show off a room, you have to see it at a different angle. 2D drawings have restrictions, but 3D renderings let you look at a home or room from dozens of different angles. This can help clients or project managers see the potential of a building or room.
The Base3D Difference
Searching for an expert in 3D impressions and architectural 3D renderings? If so, look no further than the industry leaders at Base3D. We bring years of industry knowledge and experience to each job we take on, and we’ve worked with a broad range of clients. Our clients include government departments, real estate agents, property developers, architects and members of the community.
We use state-of-the-art technology and techniques to create accurate architectural 3D renderings for each project. Our staff can create interior 3D renders and exterior 3D renders in simple and complex designs quickly and efficiently.
We dedicate ourselves to going above and beyond for each customer we work with, and we take immense pride in our reputation as a dependable and professional company. With offices all over the world, we’re able to meet our clients’ needs.
That’s the Base3D difference.
Recent Architectural 3D Rendering Projects
We have an extensive range of recent architectural 3D render projects we’ve taken on for our clients. They include:
- Interiors – Broadway in Elwood
- Exteriors – Atchison Street in Wollongong
- Photomontages – 149 Castlereagh Street in Sydney
- Scale Models – Coterie
- Land and Home – Design Duplex in Bentleigh
- Cut Throughs – The Gallery in Engadine
- Animations – Brentwood Rise
- Floor Plans – House Colour Floor Plan
Contact Base3D for your Architectural 3D Renderings Today!
Whether you need an interior, exterior, photomontage, scale model, cut through, animation or floor plan, contact us at Base3D. Our professional and helpful staff are available to answer any questions you may have regarding our processes.
To get in touch, you can use our Quote Request form and submit your details, including a short description of your project and any CAD or PDF drawings you may have. You can also give us a call on 1300 136 139. We look forward to hearing from you and assisting you with your next project!