14.02.19

Photorealism in interior design. Why does the visualisation look like a photograph?

Visualising an interior design is a convenient tool for both the architect and the client, By giving the opportunity to view fully furnished rooms before any work has commenced it facilitates the conversation and decision making processes.

The advantage of 3D visualisation over photography is huge, especially when it comes to the Architectural and interior design industry . Instead of spending long hours arranging a room, juggling perspective and perfecting the lighting, not to mention expending your valuable budget why not devote a fraction of the time and money on letting technology work for you. Thanks to 3D visualisation the client can see what their kitchen and bathroom will look like will the property is still at the foundation stage. Graphics allow free experimentation , allowing changes to furniture, lighting solutions and decorations , all within a short space of time.

3D visualisations showcase the designer, quality counts.

Traditionalist will claim that an architect should still work bent over a desk, surrounded by pencils, rulers and sheets of paper, while this may well still happen at the basic design stage there is no place for such outmoded working practices in sales to marketing, strong competition from rivals calls for a modern approach. 3D visualisations should now be the mainstay of an Architects portfolio.

Of course simple images can be created quite quickly by yourself using off the shelf software, however if you wish for photorealistic graphic imagesb then come to The Frame, profession support is essential if you wish to benefit from high quality images Says Pawel Bartczyszyn of The Frame, which specialises in creating photorealistic 3D visualisations.

Graphics that are indistinguishable from photographs are the best advert for a designer, presenting their work in the highest quality and highlighting their commitment to their art. Photorealistic 3D visualisations are not only essential in your portfolio. We can also create them for marketing large interior design companies and furniture manufacturers. In the tender process a photorealistic architectural design cam make the difference between winning or loosing a contract says Pawel.

Photorealism – see every detail

The customers of interior designers also appreciate photorealistic images, not only does it allow them to visualise the finished article before any construction work has taken place, it also allows them to see how the space can be used once complete.

With the aid of a photorealistic image we can see how the room will look in both natural and artificial lighting conditions., we can check whether the ceramic tiles shoes for the bathroom are right or if the thick carpet that has been chosen really does complement the room -says Pawel Bartczyszyn from The Frame , the devil is in the detail, however small that detail might at first appear.

For someone designing the interior of a new restaurant, office or conference space, photorealistic 3D visualisations are invaluable .

 

 

 

 

 

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