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The holistic approach has become the new mantra of architects and engineers worldwide! Building and construction industry is evolving fast, and therefore, successful development and assembling of structure depend on an inclusive and process-driven approach.

Going by these lines, several architects and engineers are increasingly getting inclined towards a much more advanced and state-of-the-art method of 3D architectural modeling and rendering. Computer-aided tools are now an inseparable part of the architectural and construction industry – in fact, we can say that these tools have created a great impact on the efficiency and visualization when it comes to building designs and construction. These 3D images and model offers extremely fine details for rendering, modeling, texturing along with an excellent light play showing the supposed impact of sunlight, any artificial light, or even shadows.

In other words, architectural 3D rendering transforms a design into 2D or 3D images; thus helping the engineers and architectures to get ‘better’ perspective of structure, its strength or weakness; even before the foundations are laid.

BIM and 3D architectural rendering

With technological evolution gripping the construction industry; technologies like BIM or Building Image modeling become a very pivotal part. Many industry experts believe that BIM and 3D architectural modeling and rendering can be proved to be the most successful and productive combination.

When combined with advanced BIM; architectural modeling offers a collaborative process that features an in-depth understanding of information modeling – this includes design visualization for performance simulation, pioneering, and understand operational immersion.
In addition to this, BIM collects different graphics models, including 2D and 3D representations; thus helping in the creation of a template for better engineering analysis, simulation and understand building systems coordination.

The future of 3D architectural rendering

Architectural visualization has progressed from being just a pencil sketch to a fully interactive 3D rendering; thanks to the method called 3D architectural modeling and rendering; it has helped the architects and engineers to get a better hold of the design. In fact, with the increasing use of 3D animation programs such as Autodesk 3ds Max, Revit, and Maya, it seems to model and rendering stores immense opportunities in the future!

Architectural 3D modeling enables the architects and other stakeholders to have a primary view of design and therefore, they can decide upon the changes required in the very initial stages. This saves a lot one time and other resources as it reduces the possibility of any technical or aesthetic deficiencies in the very beginning; thus, the outcome is a replica of your imagination.

Architectural 3D Walkthrough Animation is the future!

Developers and architects can generate animations and interactive virtual walkthroughs showing the entire building using 3D modeling. This makes visualization more interesting for the client.

Such animated walkthroughs are the future – A well-rendered building model can be used as a decisive marketing tool by the real estate agents, and property owners. Moreover, some of the clippings of such walkthroughs can adore your websites, while the rendered images of the building can be used across various marketing brochures and catalogs.

All in all, architectural modeling and rendering are continuously evolving; resulting in a massive (and pleasant) transformation in the building and construction industry.