Architectural Rendering design your own Homes
So much work goes into an artist’s rendering of a planned house, but it can never compare to the expert-quality of a photorealistic
An architectural rendering is more realistic than an artist’s drawing and builder floor plans are certainly not even in the same category. Over 80% of the population are visual learners and as such prefer pictures and diagrams and a visual representation of information they are trying to comprehend.
If you are building your own home, imagine having a photorealistic architectural rendering of your planned home. It is like walking into your new home before it is even built.
As a builder, your customers would be more likely to invest in a house that they could “see” in an architectural rendering than one with a standard drawing and a flat floor plan.
With the cost of a new home, a buyer will want to make sure every detail is just the way they visualized it and the way to prepare is with a photorealistic rendering. Even a renovation project would benefit because it is very hard for some people to imagine what their home would look like with an addition or a wall removed or a hundred other changes that may be necessary.
An architectural rendering can also save money and time for the homeowner or potential buyer when it is possible to plan ahead and make decoration decisions that they are sure of. Without a rendering, it can be difficult to visualize how their choices will look in the finished house. This fact causes a great deal of stress because of the time and cost involved in making the wrong decision. Even making a choice in the first place can be confusing for some that are not adept at decorating. Questions such as what color to paint the interior, what type of flooring or carpets or will blinds or drapes look best.
Decisions about the landscaping and exterior of the home can be made easier. For instance; if you wanted to know if the home would be more attractive with brick or stone or siding, a photorealistic rendering is exactly what you need. You could get the basic information from an artist’s drawing or blueprints, but they do not compare visually and to don’t add to the excitement.
Knowing exactly what your new home layout will be is more comforting and with a photorealistic architectural rendering you can see all the “what ifs”. For example; what if the floor layout was changed, or what if the closet was moved to the other side of the room, or what if the window was bigger, etc., etc.
As well as being enjoyable to look at, an architectural rendering is an economical and smart choice for home buyers and builders before the shovel goes in the ground.