Architectural Rendering: Transform Your Models into Realistic Visualizations
Architectural rendering, also known as architectural visualization, is a process that involves creating 2D and 3D images and animations that illustrate proposed architectural designs. It can create stunning and realistic visualizations that help showcase projects.
Mostly used by architects and designers, 3D rendering for architecture demonstrates how a building will look like before it’s built. It helps the designer communicate the design to clients, customers, and colleagues.
With Enscape’s real-time technology, you can visualize your project as a fully rendered 3D walkthrough which can be navigated and explored from every angle.
Real-Time Architectural Visualization with Just One Click
What was once a time-consuming process reserved for specialists, the introduction of real-time rendering software has made architectural visualization accessible for architects and designers.
Enscape is the best tool for real-time architectural visualization and ideal for any design workflow. It is a real-time 3D architectural rendering software that empowers the user to tap into their creativity and explore design possibilities. With just one click, you can instantly transform your model into a 3D building and landscape rendering.
- Still renderings
- 3D walk-through
- Live virtual reality
- Floor plans and cross-sections
- Photorealistic 3D renderings
- Real-time 3D renderings
- Panoramic renderings
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Use of Real-Time Rendering Software
Thanks to real-time rendering software, architectural rendering has become a tool for daily workflows. No longer a slow and expensive process, it has become much more accessible with speedier rendering times and ease of use. Here are some of the reasons why it is the perfect companion for your design workflow:
Validate your ideas
Architectural rendering is the language between designer and client. It helps architects and designers communicate their objectives of the design.
Implementing Enscape to your design workflow gives you more time to create, innovate, and explore design ideas.
Shorten the trial and feedback loop
Using real-time 3D rendering software can help eliminate possible design errors. Visualizing a design before it’s built gives an overview of the space, which can highlight the best part of the designs as well as any flaws.
Impress your clients
Architectural visualization gives you an edge with your clients. With Enscape, you can expect high-quality, realistic-looking 3D renders in a real-time manner. Simultaneous editing and visualization mean any changes can be made on the fly.
Agile and adaptive
Design is always an iterative process, but Enscape has made it a dynamic one at Turner Fleischer: the tools we use can now keep-up with our creativity, allowing quick decision making and letting our clients instantly see the impact of their choices.
Now, with Enscape, our clients are amazed with what we show them. They are able to actually experience their project before it is even built. Enscape helps us to do a better job.
Architectural Visualization & Virtual Reality
With Enscape, on top of beautiful images, you can also showcase your designs via virtual reality. Architectural visualization through virtual reality allows you to enhance your design and can add more value for clients. Architectural VR is not only great for client presentations, but also internal presentations, and internal design reviews.
A VR architectural presentation offers a full 360 view, allowing you to create immersive experiences. You can get a feeling of the full scale of the project, and fully engage with the space and design.
Now a more feasible option, thanks to the reduced costs of headsets such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, or Microsoft Mixed Reality, architects and designers can join the 9 out of the 20 major architectural companies worldwide that use VR in test cases or in their daily business. Find out more about Enscape-supported headsets for VR architecture on our Knowledge Base.
What Exactly is Real-Time Rendering?
Think of architectural rendering as a preview of how a design will look after it has been completed. It creates lifelike visualizations, giving you a full look at the building’s final aesthetics.