Gone are the days when money was spent just on the exterior home design. In fact, today, people are spending more money on interior designs than exterior designs. Creating the atmosphere inside the house has become a major task today. The interiors must be welcoming as well as present the right aura. But often we see interior designing ideas go a waste. After spending so much of money, we see the clients are unhappy with their ideas because not every idea in our mind can be converted as per we need it. Trial and errors are a part of life. Those who could afford it do the replacement soon. Those who can’t have to live around the junk that’s inside.
But technology has created a revolution today through which you can judge if things will go right or wrong. One such great technology that’s captivating the world is the 3D architectural rendering. 3D architectural rendering creates the photorealistic effect of the idea that stays on your mind. With room for multiple trial and errors, this inexpensive method is the backbone for any ‘successful’ architectural projects today.
The reason is that people who use 3D architectural rendering before going for the brick and mortar construction can easily identify the flaws and rectify the solution. Even the smallest design flaw or detail can be rectified when the interior work begins. It’s a simple technology that can make your dreams come true. It’s a simple process that’s done in really simple methods.
How is the 3D interior design done?
As said earlier, achieving the final result can be done through simple techniques.
- Sketching the skin
It’s mandatory for any construction project to start with the skin. Without the skin, there will be a lot of confusion. Creating a skin is simple. Just make a drawing of the room where the design has to be done and add all the elements that have to be placed. It could be paintings, wall arts, furniture etc. In doing so, it’ll be easy to identify the elements that will be seen inside the room.
- 3D Scenario
Using the skin, the 3D artists begin work. They only create the foundation in this phase of the design. They create a room based on the measurements, the walls, the doors, and even the light source. They create it in the same dimensions to give the exact photorealistic idea.
This phase is where the real work begins. During the decorations space, the 3D artists start coming up with the decorations that will go into the room. For example, if the room has a chair, the 3D artists will create a chair. Sometimes, they will recreate the exact same chair that will go into the rooms. Whatever element goes into the room will be created and placed in the position that’s sketched earlier.
- Point of View
The interior designs may look good on one side and on another side, it might not look good. But that’s what 3D interior design strives to accomplish. With different camera angles, you can easily identify which side looks good and which side isn’t. The point of views can be used to rectify the design.
Interior designs look different under each light. It might look different under a CFL and under a chandelier. It might look different under a white light or the light from the sun. Hence, the 3D artists use multiple sources of lighting. This will also give the idea of illuminating the entire space. If it looks good under studio lights, that’ll be the best way to go.
- Final Check
The design is checked for one last time. This is to ensure if there are glitches or errors are fixed before the rendering process begins. The 3D artists fix the errors and get the design ready for output.
The entire design is sent for delivery. The designs are converted into photographs to show the end result to the architects and clients. The entire process is simpler because it is all done within 24 hours.
Thus, 3D architectural rendering and 3D interior design are required for better understanding of the construction project.