How 3D Renderings Benefit Interior Design

How 3D Renderings Benefit Interior Design

Do you know that cheesy phrase “a picture speaks a thousand words”? Well, what if that picture is something yet unreal, and instead of 2D is in 3D? One might say that that fictional number of words goes up dramatically. That’s precisely why 3D renderings have grown increasingly popular.

Sure, photographs will never lose their value completely, but renderings have benefitted companies so much that their value is hard, if not impossible, to deny. Whether it be communication between client and designer, improving the designing process, or showcasing the interior to investors, 3D renderings are miles ahead of some more traditional methods.

Advantage of revision

Given the number of elements and tiny details in interior design, the ability to go back and change one little thing without redoing an entire apartment seems useful. Luckily, such things as furniture, color schemes, type and nature of light, window view, people, and other objects can be changed, so if a certain element doesn’t work in 3D renderings, it won’t take long to redo it.

Client-designer communication

Everybody is entitled to a change of opinion, especially if they’re paying for a service. In the past, this often made the life of a designer difficult. Hauling color palettes from one office to the other, spending a lot of time drawing, and creating a pamphlet — that has always been time-consuming and costly side effects of interior design.

By using 3D renderings for your interior designs, you shift all of those problems into the virtual world of computer technology. It’s much easier to go back and forth with a laptop, gather ideas, and then jump straight to one of many 3D rendering computer programs. It becomes much easier for an experienced designer to make necessary changes — having to completely rebuild a scene has always been one of the most time-consuming.

Being able to communicate in real-time and make adjustments on the fly to produce a high-quality product is something that comes along with 3D renderings.

Seeing the design for what it truly is

All of the elements above make it much easier to showcase the design as it truly is or will be. Thanks to the rapid development of computer technology, we create designs of such high quality that the border between reality and fiction becomes almost unnoticeable.

3D rendering technology allows designers to not only adapt environment but also to give the viewer a sense of space. We are used to 3D environments, so it’s much easier for your clients and investors to fit in a space designed in 3D than imagine themselves in a 2D environment.

Bridging the gap — between what clients imagine and what they see, is essential to the creative process, and 3D renderings do just that.

It’s hard to dispute the benefits of 3D visualization — it is cheaper, less time-consuming, more realistic, and shows that your company is following industry trends. More traditional methods will always have their value, and without them, none of these “newer” methods would exist, but it’s important to evolve. With millennials coming into the market as investors and contractors, following tech trends is essential — don’t let yourself be left behind.