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3D Rendering and the Future of Architectural Design

Matteo Larice

Architecture is the backbone of development, whether you are designing new residential area with hospitals and schools or your dream house, architectural design provides a detailed blueprint of any said project, complete with its functional, technical and aesthetic considerations. As a result architectural planning and design is an incredibly complex responsibility and at times can prove to be a very problematic commission too. A slight error in the functional, technical and aesthetic design can become a costly and time-consuming inaccuracy to fix or worse, if left undetected, it can ruin the structural integrity of your (or worse your clients) dream project. Luckily, thanks to Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and a few others the future of architectural design is at hand…and it’s called 3D Design, 3D Rendering and 3D Visualization!

The swift advancements in computer technology over the last three decades has breathed new life into the world of Architecture. Not only have 3D Design and 3DRendering capabilities made it easy for architects and designers to showcase their work in beautiful, realistic 3D images, but they have helped them identify inaccuraciesin their projects before they have been realised. This is a huge time and money saver and more Time + Money Saved = Happy Clients.

So what is 3D Rendering and 3D visualisations? Well, 3D Rendering and 3D Visualization is the graphic representation of an architectural project in 3D, using the help of computer software. Programs such as SketchUp, Rhino, VRay, Maxwell, Mental Ray and AutoCAD are just a few of the new tools and 3D visualization software out there, empowering design and dazzling clients with on demand results. Consequently Architects and Designers can quickly transition between concept and concrete, conveying their projects to clients in “realistic or life like” states before they are even realised.

This doesn't necessarily mean that all architects and designers are using these techniques. There are still - and hopefully always will be - a handful of young designers and architects who live outside the digital fortress. “Hand drawing and sketching remains an important part of the architectural process and a vital tool when presenting conceptual ideas at a designs early stage. Whichever side of that coin you might fall on, there’s no arguing the historic impact computer technology has had on design communication” - Short History of Architectural Visualization (https://www.easyrender.com/news/87)

There’s nothing wrong with holding on to the old ways but if there’s animproved, much more productive alternative, it’s only practical to employ it. Through 3D Rendering and Visualisation you can bring your ideas to life in a matter of hours… with 3D Rendering and Visualization, you’re only limited by your imagination.

Happy Rendering

Easy Render(www.easyrender.com)

3D Rendering and the Future of Architectural Design
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