Architectural renderings are the art of creating three-dimensional images showing the attributes of a proposed architectural design.
See a gallery of renderings and a sample video at the bottom of this page:
A good rendering is an important element in conveying and introducing design intent to your project. Computer-generated or hand-drawn renderings are a great tool to help homeowners visualize the design before construction and are very helpful for contractors to bid and build the project. They are also an excellent tool for realtors or homeowners to help sell a vacant house – simply add finishes, furnishings, and lighting and allow future buyers to see the space’s full potential.
The process is simple, and the presentation can be either e-mailed to you, offered via the Internet, or simply shown on our large screen at our office. An architectural rendering does not have to be very expensive – in fact, most of our customers feel it is well worth it, even if they do not opt-in to get a full set of architectural design documents from us.
The level of finish can vary considerably, of course, ranging from simple wire perspectives to full photo realistic photographs of the project.
When constructing a new building, the devil is in the details. Minor changes and adjustments during the construction process can lead to major cost overruns. This is why it is so important for the owner of the project, as well as the contractor, to have a clear vision of what the finished product will look like.
This is where architectural renderings come in. By creating a realistic, three-dimensional image of the proposed building, these visual aids can help avoid costly change orders during construction. The owner can get a better sense of how the finished product will look and make any necessary adjustments before work begins. The contractor can also get a better idea of how the construction process will unfold, minimizing potential delays and ensuring that everything goes according to plan.
In short, architectural renderings can help save money in the long run in a construction project by preventing costly mistakes and ensuring that everyone is on the same page. With a clear vision of what the result will be, both the owner and the contractor can rest assured that their project will be completed on time and on budget.
See some assorted samples below. Please contact us if you have questions or want to know more about our architectural rendering services.