The Art of Rendering – What it takes to create a great visualization

Posted by on Sep 29, 2016 in Uncategorized | One Comment

Hey you guys, it’s me again, Otto. My partner Gregor and I are doing this Interior Design business for a while and we can already be seen as experts for inner rooms and conception. We get quite a lot questions on from friends and clients how Interior Designer prepare for a project. That’s why we want to explain to you the field of renderings – the detail accurate 3D visualization of an interior space.

One of our renderings for a restaurant we plan on implementing – Photo: Otto von Berlin

One of our renderings for a restaurant we plan on implementing – Photo: Otto von Berlin

The base of a rendering is the CAD, also called computer-aided design. You humans sure have weird words for some things… But anyway! Those CADs are modeled within a graphical software like Revit for example and afterwards edited with a specialized architectual illustrator. From this base we create those high-quality 3D visualizations for outdoor and indoor perspectives. Here are some of the renderings Gregor did for his projects.

Set your creativity free – with renderings you can create anything you imagine– Photo: Otto von Berlin

Set your creativity free – with renderings you can create anything you imagine– Photo: Otto von Berlin

I have asked mister belly-scratcher what he thinks of renderings:

Gregor: “You have to know, Otto. Architecture never stands by itself. All objects are influenced by its surroundings. And this you have to show as well. When I design a house boat at the Rummelsburg bay, than I have to show the bay as well.”

Otto: So that means – if you design a bowl for me, you have to fill it with food as well, correct?

Gregor: “Exactly, you understood it.”

Otto: Well, how about you would finally fill up my non-imaginary bowl with food again for a change – I am starving!

Photo: Otto von Berlin

Photo: Otto von Berlin

Photo: Otto von Berlin

Photo: Otto von Berlin

While Gregor is in the kitchen and prepares my delicious dinner, I am saying bye to you for now and hope you have enjoyed our little excursus into the life of an Interior Designer.

Yours,

Otto.

Photo: Otto von Berlin

Photo: Otto von Berlin

Photo: Otto von Berlin

Photo: Otto von Berlin

 

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