What is 3D Home Design?

Did you know that 90% of the information transmitted to the brain is visual? Bringing a dream home to life is a visual journey, which is where 3D house rendering comes in.

3D rendering is a representation of two-dimensional computerised image. And this image is given just the perfect shadow, lighting, textures to make it a reality. The use of 3D software to generate 3D house designs has been used by builders and designers for years to help create images to help better explain or advertise concepts and designs. And the technology is only getting better and better!

You can 3D Render just about anything. Rendering is economical and convenient. 3D house designs allow you to view your design long before construction or manufacturing, so it facilitates refinement and better overall design.

Why is 3D Rendering important?

We get that a 3D house design presentation can be the difference between a successful sale or none. Which is why 3D House Rendering is such an important element for any builder, developer, real estate agent, or designer. They communicate the design intent far better than 2D plans, making 3D house designs a compelling sales tool which breathe life into any future build.

The process of creating your 3D house design

Understanding your vision, and turning it into something you could almost step into, is what we do best.

It starts with the design. Our draftsman work hard with clients and consultants to work through program, code analysis, conceptual vision, and a range of different factors they must juggle to come up with something resembling a constructible 3D house design. Review, rinse, and repeat.

Our 3D artists and building designers will work with you to fully grasp and imagine the concept of what you need designed, whether it is an interior remodel or a complete build.

From there, we can work from your 2D floor plans and elevations to build the 3D house drawing from scratch with every detail the scene requires. We then take time choosing compositions that best complement the project, before setting the scene with lighting to replicate real-world lighting.

Depending on the mood or environmental circumstances the rendering artist is trying to convey, lighting is probably the most important 3D rendering component to get right. Especially when reaching for photorealism, the lighting can make all the difference from the scene or experience being believable or phoney.

The 3D artist will then add in high-quality material textures, which is like painting a physical model or attaching materials and photographs onto it. The finishing touches are added with realistic landscape designs, otherwise known as the entourage, the contextual items and imagery that help support the conceptual message of the design. These are the people, trees, cars, street lamps, and sky conditions that give the building a proper place in the world.