What is architectural visualization
First of all, I should say a few words about the most architectural visualization. Working on the project, the specialist offers the client a set of services that include the creation, implementation and presentation of the external characteristics of the future structure. Such a demonstration of projects has weight, because it combines informative and artistic values (including from the point of view of composition, setting of light and competent submission of architectural elements).
By keeping pace with imagination and experience, a wide range of architectural visualization capabilities created all the conditions for the development of this direction of computer graphics into a separate industry. The maximum closeness to photography is possible with the use of small details, the correct arrangement of shadows, and today the level of 3d graphics is so diverse and grandiose that it is sometimes difficult for a professional to distinguish the visualizer’s work from the photograph of a real project
3D visualization of architectural projects is a photorealistic image of the interiors and exteriors of objects created with the help of the possibilities of three-dimensional graphics. 3D visualization of projects gives a clear idea of the projected building or premises from different sides, allows you to see their color and shape, a diverse environment, at any angle and lighting.
Visualization of architectural projects gives an opportunity to evaluate and demonstrate any variants of design solutions at different stages of design work. This technology helps designers and customers reduce the risk of miscalculations and misunderstandings, as well as prevent costly rework during construction work. 3D visualization of projects allows you to study in detail the interiors and facades of a reconstructed building from any distance and angle of view, discuss and accurately choose the appropriate textures and range of colors already at the design stage.
Visualization of projects includes a demonstration of not only building layouts. In real time you can see people moving along the floors and sidewalks, passing through the nearest roads of the car, you can easily add trees, bushes and flower beds, sunshine reflections in the windows, shop windows and polished floor tiles, show the falling shadows and the water surface. High interactivity of 3D graphics can be not only real, but also unrealistic. For example, when the observer approaches, the doors open themselves, the elevator rises and the escalators move. Very useful may be manifested on the walls of hidden electrical wiring and pipelines, buried under the ground trunk networks, brought to the building. You can see how possible it will be to install equipment or build additional structures on the land.
Visualization of architectural re-planning projects can also include visual representation of the structure of structural units of such parts of the building as, for example, hinged facades, roofing cake, internal engineering networks, as well as a detailed device for insulation and waterproofing. Realistic representation of the nodes of building structures will be of interest primarily to those who make strategically important decisions on the use of certain building materials.