How the living room actually looked.
When a new condo project is still under construction, the developer can only show interested buyers the blueprint basics like square footage and wall placement. But the true feel of a space comes through the details: wall color, lighting design, furniture and finishes. So communicating a full vision for a space during construction is a challenge for developers.
That is where ALIGN3D, a virtual rendering company, becomes invaluable. Using clients’ 2D drawings, ALIGN3D creates realistic and beautifully detailed 3D renderings and animations that illustrate the full potential of the developer’s vision.
“Early on, it was tough to communicate the feeling we wanted people to have when they entered this space,” says K Miller Properties’ Kelly Smith of his Mosaic Condominiums development. The Mosaic Condominiums is a high-end condo renovation of a historic property in DC’s Logan Circle neighborhood. “The team at ALIGN3D was extremely easy to work with and they did an amazing job of illustrating exactly what we wanted potential buyers to experience at the property. In the end, the renderings were a great contributor to quickly selling Mosaic’s units.”
A before photo of the The Mosaic Condominiums living room and kitchen.
ALIGN3D works within tight time frames to provide top-notch work, and does so at competitive prices. Both residential and commercial clients all over the world have taken advantage of the company’s work. See ALIGN3D’s portfolio here for examples.
“In the future,” says Smith, “we’d love to engage ALIGN3D even earlier in the development process and use their creations to galvanize communities around our ideas.”
To find out more about ALIGN3D, visit the company online here and browse the portfolio. To learn more about the last remaining for-sale unit at The Mosaic Condominiums, visit the property online here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/3d_renderings_bring_blueprints_to_life/8098
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