If you’re an architect or interior designer, you know that communicating your design with clients and investors is key to any project. If you want to attract clients and make sure existing clients are satisfied, your designs must be understandable to people not in the design-field. Your approach to communication can make or break your sales and a great visual representation can mean all the difference in that next big project.
Whether you are working on a new family room, a store or an institutional lobby, our interior rendering services at Phalanx 3D can help you bring your project to life at an affordable rate within the deadlines you need.
We make interior visualizations from scratch for each client and our mission is to meet and surpass your goals. We make sure that the end result shows your vision through the modelling and styling of the interior.
What is an interior design rendering?
An interior design rendering is a digital representation of your designed space. We use 3D modelling to build up the room and the furniture based on your drawings specifications. We then import this file into our rendering software, applying the right colors, textures, lighting to create the interior as you designed it. Finally we use post processing tools to color-grade and tweak the final files to match photorealism. These final files can be sent to your inbox as images or animations for you to effectively talk with your clients about their project.
Why not just use floor plans and moodboards?
Designers most often use interior visualisations to help design and plan a space for their clients in a more tangible way. Interior rendering proves to be useful in any situations when you need to translate technical specifications to see what the final interior of a building, residential or commercial development will look like.
The only alternative to renderings are 2D drawings but they are not nearly as tangible as renders. They don’t really create an interior atmosphere and for non-designers, they can be very hard to grasp. This means that the client really has to wait until the end of the construction or renovation to see how an interior designer’s vision will turn out. No one wants to spend so much time, money, energy, and effort only to be surprised at the end by the result of the development.
Like we said earlier, making sketches and plans requires guesswork and imagination on your client’s part. This process is also stressful, labor intensive and time-consuming for you. And even after completing all that work for a client they might still say be surprised of the difference between reality and their imagination. You definitely want to avoid this mismatch, and you can prevent it easily when you work with 3D renderings. With 3D rendering you can get very close to what the space will actually look like when the project is finished, which in the long run will save you client issues, time and money.
Interior design renderings will also help you make sure that you have all of the important details in place that can be easily overlooked in traditional drawings. Things like escape routes, fire safety elements and potential security vulnerabilities are easier to imagine when you are looking at a photorealistic image as it will appear in real life. These elements are important in residential buildings, but they are critical when it comes to commercial and office building projects.
Finally, with 3D rendering, your client can easily plan where to place furniture, can experiment with colors, and see how much room each space will have after everything is in place.
Which 3D render company do I pick?
3D visualization is the modern way to communicate with clients, that’s clear. But picking rendering services at random on websites like Fiverr and Upwork is risky. By working with an established local company (such as ours), rather than a freelancer from the other side of the planet, you have a guarantee that:
What do I need to get started?
In order for us to serve you well, we need a floor plan, style boards, reference images and all relevant specifications for the space. We can then discuss our intentions for the project to make sure we’re on the same page. We will then return a design brief to you for final confirmation before we start our work.
The more information you provide to us, the closer we can match to your design-intent. Because of our experience with interior design we can fill in the blanks for you to make a balanced interior. You’ll also be able to request any modifications and revisions you want as we go through our process.
Isn’t rendering really expensive?
So while you are probably wondering how much this all will cost, ask yourself:
Can you afford the potential mistakes, miscalculations, customer dissatisfaction and multiple extra design iterations? Or can you afford that another interior designer gets the project contract because they had better visuals?
Pricing rendering services can be tricky so we make sure we quote every project individually. We will make sure that every dollar you spend is well used. We’ll assess your project with you (no strings attached) to see what is needed and how complex the interior is. Based on this information we will make up a custom quote that fits your budget and deadlines.
Interested in the assessment and quote? Let us know, we’d love to talk.