Architectural visualization refers to the ability to view the upcoming structure in a 3D view. Until a few years back, architects got their designs approved from clients through 2D drawings, created manually. Now the scenario has changed. Architects now use 3D visualization that gives the clients a complete 360 view of the interiors and exteriors of the upcoming structure. This gives a better perspective to the clients and they are able to understand the design in a better way.
How is Architectural Visualization Important?
Project developers and builders are in a better position to sell their projects or work when they can showcase the upcoming structure in a 3D dimensional way. Here are some other aspects of architectural visualization that makes it important for home owners:
• Better understanding of the design: Home owners are in a better position to understand how the design fares and how the building or apartment will look once it is complete.
• Accessory Addition: Architects or project developers can use additional accessories like fixtures and furniture, lighting, colors and textures in the design to give a realistic view of the upcoming structure. This is in many ways better than just looking at the two dimensional drawings of the structure.
• Time and Money Saving: Architectural visualization helps in saving time and money of the client as well as the project developers. As design changes can be incorporated before the actual work begins, it saves time and money. Bringing about changes once the work has begun results in delayed projects and additional expenses.
Architectural visualization has come up as a boon for project developers, architects and home owners alike.
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