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Architectural Rendering - A Costly Mistake to Avoid

by Guest on Apr 25, 2012 Real Estate 1721 Views

A quality architectural rendering is a necessity in today's market place. The architectural illustration has become a cornerstone for communicating the vision of a proposed project.

Architects commonly use these 3d renderings to communicate their vision. In fact, communication of these ideas is not only left for the final vision. Architectural renderings are commonly used to gain support for a project. In many cases, lack of early support from the community or potential customers will be the direct cause for a project not succeeding.

Today, convincing lenders about the viability of a projects success can not be easily obtained. Architectural visualizations can be the difference between the success or failure of a project's financing request. Of course, the best looking renderings will not lay cover for a questionable project.

Another need for architectural renderings is for the developer, builder or end user in evaluating the look of a project. It is much cheaper to make changes to the design of a building when it is still on paper. Once in construction, changes create expenses in a number of ways: Time Delays associated with making changes to the construction documents and re-submitting the drawings to the municipality for review and approval. Additional costs associated with making the changes to the plans. Change orders for alterations in required by the sub-contractors. Additional administrative charges associated with the management and coordination of the project.

We are not limiting this discussion to any one specific type of project either.

Residential Architecture- National home builders use architectural renderings to promote their homes. In fact, you would be hard pressed to see a major builder without their arsenal of renderings and sales collateral. Fortunately for the small home builder, pricing for these architectural renderings is more affordable than ever.

Piquing potential customer's interest either on the internet or at a temporary sales office prior to the completion of the model homes is necessary in today's environment. The loss of a potential sale to a competitor is not acceptable when you couple the low cost and ease of completing the 3d rendering.

Religious Projects- A church that needs to raise funds for the addition or renovation will find it much easier to communicate their vision with architectural illustrations. In fact, fly-thru animations can add another dimension to the fundraising goals. With that said, the cost of architectural renderings is nominal. The benefits can be substantial including enlisting their member's support, opening avenues of discussion and adding emotional value to forward cause.

Commercial Architecture- Developers looking to create support for a municipalities approval is another excellent use of 3d renderings. Once again, the cost for the renderings is minimal. The best part is the renderings can be produced during the initial design phase. This way, time and money are both saved in the process.

Remodeling Projects- A new area for using architectural illustrations is with remodeling contractors. Savvy contractors are using the tool to win a job before their competition has a chance to even bid the project. Why, it lies with communication. Most people can not visualize the interior or exterior of a space based on a few sketches, much less from a full set of drawings that have been completed by an architect.

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