Different types of architectural visualization are used by different stakeholders in residential projects. Homebuilders might use low-detail, birds-eye rendered views or other perspectives to see how the project's essential components relate to their context.
3D rendering companies can partner with building companies to create high-detail fly through animations of exteriors and interiors, complete with surrounding, furniture textures, artificial lights, fixtures, and other elements. You can also learn more about 3D exterior rendering by visiting empirerender.com/3d-exterior-rendering.
From concept planning and designing, to the post-design or pre-construction phases of residential construction, 3D rendered walkthroughs, stills, and videos in the residential construction domain add value for all three parties (potential residents and contractors, as well as homebuilders).
1. Provides clarity to potential users
End users and potential buyers both benefit from 3D architectural renderings in many ways. They gain a greater understanding of the project than with section drawings and 2D CAD floor plans.
Finally, and most importantly, residential architectural renderings (both exteriors and interiors) allow end users to quickly identify and estimate the costs associated with each design choice. Detail 3D scenes are a great way to show potential customers how components fit into their contexts, and to avoid costly and unpleasant changes in construction.
2. This tool serves as a design validation tool for contractors
Contractors can validate the design of residential architectural renderings before construction actually begins. The contracting team can gain a clear insight into the spatial coordination of different architectural elements by using 3D photos.
While floor plans, section drawings and service drawings are important, 3D visualization allows everyone to see the details of the residential project. Additionally, 3D rendered assets are able to speed up the local regulatory approval process.