If the process to produce the finished product can be shortened or adjusted by different methods in other fields, things are much more complicated in architecture. The result obtained, whether it is a park or a residential complex, must fully meet the requirements and, above all, be a safe place for professional activities or for people living together, but also sustainable, according to financial criteria.
Technology has made possible a huge step in the field of architecture and 3D rendering completely changes work processes.
Thanks to rendering, a series of digital and 1: 1 simulations can be made with the help of specialized programs and the desired result is obtained. Beyond this aspect, rendering comes with several advantages for both designers and users. So here are the advantages and reasons to use 3D rendering in architecture.
As mentioned before, the advantages of rendering can be seen throughout a process, from design to completion.
Given the extremely accurate reproduction that can be achieved through photos or films, ready to be observed and analyzed from all angles, rendering can help to accurately determine the reliability of the product / project, its durability, and you can get involved in due time on the concept in order to make essential changes that can prevent non-conformities or to improve the project itself.
For example, rendering can determine if the work materials can be combined together, what the required quantities are, and what the final result will look like. This means financial, but also time savings, which can prove to be hundreds of times more beneficial than an architectural process designed according to traditional methods and without such renderings.
Also, the 3D rendering made in order to develop architectural projects contributes to the development of a portfolio for designers, which can increase the esteem and trust among customers focused on innovation and performance.
Given that we are in the century of technology that allows us to streamline all processes at a lower cost and get much more comprehensive results both aesthetically and functionally, the demand for these renderings are increasing every day. Therefore, rendering is an indispensable process in the portfolio of a professional architect.