For those not already familiar with blueprints and other such construction documents, it can be difficult to imagine the final product given a set of two-dimensional drawings. 3D rendering is the process of converting those two-dimensional floor plans into three-dimensional models.
The first step in creating 3D Renderings is the same as the first step of Schematic Design: establishing the two-dimensional layout of the new structure or improvement. During this step, we use AutoDesk: AutoCAD to develop the floor plans and elevations.
The next step is importing the two-dimensional plans and/or elevations into AutoDesk: Revit architectural drafting software. This program allows us to create any imaginable volume in three dimensions.
The final step in creating our 3D Renderings is to import the three-dimensional model out of Revit and into a software we use specifically to create photo-realistic renderings (like the one shown above). Using this software, we can create video walkthroughs of the space, panoramas, and even virtual reality tours.
To see some examples of our 3D renderings, go to our Portfolio page and click 3D.Portfolio