With immaculate and life-like imagery, Archiform 3D's approach to interior Architectural renderings and video pushes the limitations of technology.
We model our furniture in 3D using photographs and fabric samples as guides.
The scenes are then decorated with small items like pictures, plants and household items.
3D lighting effects are then added to warm and enhance the scene.
The thoughtful combination of these skills often give renderings that are better looking than real photographs.
Our fly-through animations are done to the same Photo-Perfect quality as our Architectural renderings.
Internal living room renderings and fly-through videos, like of family rooms, grand salons and lounges are the most time consuming of an apartment, condominium unit or house.
They have more features, are bigger rooms, usually cover more than one living space and are the center of everyday living in the home.
They are also the most difficult for a designer or architect to prepare a detailed brief for, so itís hard for our 3D artists to get perfect immediately.
Furnishings in these spaces can also be painstaking to model in 3D.
This is because of the complex shapes and curves that form items like sofas and lounge chairs, which require effort to get both the shape and textures perfect.
This is also true for the more ornate lighting fixtures, which not only have detailed shapes with reflective and semi-transparent materials but also have multiple ways of illuminating the room.
What is good about building these scenes in 3D is the scope for creativity.
This is often in the smaller detailing and touches that enhances what may be a partially complete or basic design document.
A book, candle, rose or pillow in the right place and tell a small story on itís own.
We like to approach bedroom scenes with the aim to creating the Architectural rendering that you could really see yourself sleeping in.
Ensuring stunning realism in the scene and choosing the best camera angle is how we do this.
We like to have a visual approach that shows the bed and possibly a balcony or window behind it.
Many clients would conclude that night illumination is always best, but the soft morning sun gleaming on the floor can describe a home that is a new awakening.
The most difficult item to model in a bedroom rendering is the bedding and pillows.
They must show the same softness, wrinkles and bumps that a real bed has.
3D Modelling and CAD is best at straight edges and regular curves, so a finished bed is more difficult to produce than most other household items.
Aside from the complexity of the 3D Modelling, applying the textures and fabrics to the bed can be challenging if there is a pattern that must be maintained over the flowing 3D Mesh.