Exterior renderings

Our exterior rendering process thrives on simplicity, turning complexity into clarity. We rely on minimal requirements: project specifics and reference images are all it takes. A simple sample of the desired design, often referred to as “reference files,” accelerates the process. In exterior renderings, the environment is crucial, and  we are able to seamlessly embed our creations into existing images, ensuring a harmonious blend with the surroundings.

What we need ?

To create a successful architectural rendering, clients should provide certain materials and information to ensure that the rendering accurately represents their vision and design. Here are the materials and details clients should deliver to facilitate the rendering process:

1. **Architectural Drawings:**
– Architectural plans, elevations, sections, and any other relevant drawings in digital format (DWG, DXF, PDF) for reference and modeling.

2. **Design Concept and Brief:**
– A clear design brief that outlines the project’s objectives, design concepts, and any specific visual elements or moods the client wants to convey in the rendering.

3. **Material and Finish Specifications:**
– Information about the materials and finishes to be used in the project, such as types of flooring, wall materials, roofing, etc.

4. **Color Palette and Textures:**
– Details regarding the color scheme and textures that should be applied to surfaces in the rendering.

5. **Lighting Details:**
– Any specific information about lighting design and fixtures, as well as natural lighting preferences.

6. **Furniture and Decor:**
– Details about the furniture, fixtures, and decorative elements to be included in the rendering. This includes the style, size, and placement of these items.

7. **Site Context:**
– Information about the surroundings, landscape, and context of the architectural project, as well as any site-specific elements that should be considered.

8. **Reference Images:**
– Any reference images, mood boards, or photographs that convey the desired style, ambiance, or visual references for the rendering.

9. **Deadline and Budget:**
– Clearly defined project timelines and budget constraints to ensure that the rendering is completed on time and within budget.


Providing these materials and details to the rendering team will help streamline the process and result in a rendering that aligns with the client’s vision. Effective collaboration and clear communication between the client and the rendering team are essential to a successful outcome.

Creating process ?

Creating an architectural rendering is a multi-step process that involves translating design concepts into visually compelling images. Here is a simplified schematic of the steps involved in the architectural rendering process:

**Step 1: Define Project Requirements**
– Gather project details, such as purpose, scale, and style.
– Understand the client’s goals and vision for the rendering.

**Step 2: 3D Modeling (if applicable)**
– Create a 3D model of the architectural design.
– Model the structure, materials, and surroundings.

**Step 3: Lighting and Texturing**
– Add realistic materials and textures to the 3D model.
– Set up lighting conditions to achieve the desired ambiance.

**Step 4: Camera Setup**
– Position the virtual camera to capture the desired viewpoint.
– Set up depth of field, field of view, and other camera settings.

**Step 5: Pre-Visualization**
– Develop a rough sketch or concept of the rendering.
– Determine the composition, perspective, and focal points.

**Step 6: Feedback and Revisions**
– Share the initial rendering with the client for feedback.
– Make necessary adjustments based on client input.

**Step 7: Post-Processing**
– Enhance the raw rendering with post-processing software.
– Adjust colors and contrast, and apply various effects.

– Include finer details like people, landscaping, and other elements.
– These details add realism and scale to the rendering.

**Step 8: Delivery**
– Deliver the finished rendering to the client in the required format (digital ).
– Ensure all files are organized and well-documented. visualization and interactive company

Contact Info

Wroclaw, Poland

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