Skyscraper Rendering

Designing or working on the development of a skyscraper isn’t your typical architectural project, and when compared to standard residential rendering, the process is often much more complicated. With more people/companies involved, higher financial risk and a very tough challenge of getting permission for your project to come to fruition, presenting the project in the right way is of utmost importance, and isn’t something to be taken lightly. If you’re an architect, you really have to make sure your presentation is of the highest quality, and as a real estate developer, you have to find a way of showing the project in a way that’s going to overcome the difficult task of persuading local board members and investors to get onboard with your ideas. As with many types of project, 3D renderings can be a game changer, but this is even more the case with skyscraper projects due to the challenges listed above, and the massive potential that 3D tools have to overcome these.

 

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Why High-Rise Rendering Is Worth The Investment

Show the building’s exterior from Multiple perspectives – Showing the exterior in different ways is crucial to allow stakeholders and people involved in the planning permission process to understand the design itself, and how it relates to the surrounding area. A Street view, for example, will allow people to see what the skyscraper looks like as if you were outside it or walking past it, which allows for an understanding of how the building would look to any would-be visitors or inhabitants in the case of a residential tower. As for aerial views, a high-rise birdview rendering can really help people to understand how the tower looks within the context of the surrounding area, and whether it blends in with the cityscape or would actually be an eyesore. This type of image is particularly useful when it comes to abiding to strict design regulations, as they allow key decision makers to know exactly how the building would look, eliminating any doubts and “what ifs” regarding your design.

 

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Show Of Your Design’s Strengths With Close Up Shots

If you’re an architect, skyscraper rendering can really be used to your advantage to help show off the focal points of your design without you having to waste time and energy trying to describe these in words. Whether your proudest feat is the building’s balconies, rooftop, entrance or windows, a close up rendering can really help to show these in the best light possible. Eliminate any risk of miscommunication or failing to convey your design to non-architect decision makers. The good thing about these is that high-rise tower rendering close up shots can be done at a minimal cost, once the building has been rendered in 3d, meaning these shots have tons of value for the costs involved.

 

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Showcase The Interior

Showing the interior of a skyscraper is just as important as the façades, whether it will be a new york highrise rendering to be used for commercial purposes, or a building to be used as a large residential complex. 3d interior rendering can be used effectively to overcome the challenges that come with developing a skyscraper project. Whether your goal is to display the functionalities of the building, or increase the efficiency of the design approval process, using interior renderings is guaranteed to make your life easier. An even more impressive way of showing this is with a flythrough animation that shows the interior spaces as if someone was walking through the space themselves. This can be combined with an animation showing the exterior of the building, and how it fits into the cityscape. The end result is a spectacular video animation that makes the task of persuading stakeholders much easier.

Contact NoTriangle Studio For A Quote Today

If you’re a real estate agent or developer looking to get renderings done, contact us. As well as skyscraper renderings, we also renderings for other types of projects including residential, landscape and commercial. You can contact us through our contact page, clicking on the button in the top-right hand corner, sending us an email at [email protected] or calling us at +1 510 240 9771

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