03 Apr How We Create 3D Visualisations for Interior Designers
We have been working with interior designers and architectural designers for over 15 years. Our creative team work closely with our clients to ensure our visualisations accurately reflect the intended feel of the project.
We aim to fully understand our clients’ requirements and expectations. Because every project is different, we employ creative thinking rather than formulaic solutions. Our successful results come about because of our caring and professional 3D visualisers, who use an intriguing blend of technical wizardry and creative talent.
Whether your interior design project is for marketing, planning, design or presentation, our team will create the visuals for the intended purpose.
bedrock is a branded environments design consultancy. They have used us, is this case, to create some interior visualisations for the cafe in the Ed Boyle Library, University of Leeds.
We have worked with bedrock on a number of different projects and we are using this one to illustrate how we create 3D visualisations for interior designers.
Excerpt from bedrock’s website
At Bedrock we offer a genuinely creative approach via a small and approachable team. We believe in a relaxed, collaborative work environment and that the creative process and technical know-how shouldn’t be wrapped up in industry jargon. Bedrock is owned and creatively led by John Burholt who has 25 years industry experience, 15 of which running his own business. We have a strong client base stretching from Lands End to Europe and across to the Middle East, so the team are all seasoned travellers! In 2010 we swapped our Hatton Garden roof terrace for a Grade II listed studio in Northampton to capitalise on its central location and strong transport network.
The first step is to gather all the information we will require from our client. In this case, bedrock had put together a fantastic presentation and the design references we needed were all comprehensive and easily referenced. We can work from sketches and measurements when needed.
Our 3D modellers will then create the space, furniture and fixings. This wireframe model is the project starting to take shape.
Basic lighting and shadows are added to the scene after a white material covers everything. This gives the scene some mass. We call these images ‘greys’. We offered four different greys to our client and they chose to move forward with view 1 and 3.
Materials and finishes are applied to all the surfaces. Lighting plays a big part in making the image photorealistic. This is where the experience and expertise of our 3D artists makes all the difference. They create Colour 1 (C1) to present to our client for comments.
Any changes needed are marked on the image we supplied. These are called ‘markups’ and help direct our artists to make the necessary changes for the client to have their vision realised accurately.
Changes made, the final image is presented to the client for approval. Below is the final piece for bedrock and their design was used in the Ed Boyle Library Cafe.
Below is a photo of the Ed Boyle Library Cafe in it’s finished glory. This was a great project to work on and both bedrock and their clients are happy with the results.
Customer satisfaction is paramount to us here at Mighty Visage Studios, and we will do whatever we can to make sure you, and your clients, are 100 percent happy with any project we work on. We know how important it is to keep your clients happy, and we feel the same.
Whether you are a seasoned pro, or just looking at having your first 3D visualisation realised, we are here to help guide you where necessary, and follow your lead when required.
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