Archviz Studio makes it easy to create interactive architectural visualization environments across platforms. The pack includes a NFT art gallery loading NFTs from URLs and a modern prefab home which are optimized to run on the Oculus Quest, Rift, HTC Vive, PC, and mobile.
Demo Video: https://youtu.be/q2oONNdITLw
Update NFT Gallery: https://youtu.be/ExJ8SWHxwnA
Documentation + ini file: click here
Try the Oculus Quest Archviz Demo? click here
+ Includes platform specific demo maps for Go, Quest, Vive, PC, and mobile
+ Custom controller blueprints for each platform allow you to export it to any platform
+ Modular housing pieces provide you the opportunity to create an endless variety of modern prefab homes for your project
+ Furniture and appliance models including cabinets, fridge, chairs, tables, bed, television, plants, sculptures, art canvas, pot lights, bean bag chairs, etc
+ All models have been optimized for performance across all platforms
+ Real-time edit menu allows you to update the look of your environment in an exported build
+ In app save and load options
+ Clean and commented blueprints
+ Door blueprint with options for both rotating and sliding
+ Overhead map view that’s simple to set up
+ Navigate any environment using points of interest
+ Walk or Drone mode
+ Camera mode share all the best shots your environment has to offer
Oculus have deprecated the GO so use only up to Unreal Version 4.25
Quest* Get latest update
Update NFT Gallery:
*Please be careful when picking image urls check the resolution of the image. Try and keep 1k and below. Lots of large images can cause instability.
The ArchVIZ BIZ – Starting a Studio : The Art
Yesterday we kickstarted a 5 parts series about The ArchVIZ BIZ by Norm Li. Read the introduction on the Job Board Blog to get a sense of what is coming… it’s GOOD! I’ve been keeping an eye on Norm Li’s studio since I started out 15 years ago and seeing how they grew to become the biggest independent ArchVIZ Studio in Canada is amazing. Lot’s of insight coming your way – brace yourself!
The genesis of any ArchVIZ Studio is mastering the product (art) and the production (technology). Whether you are a freelancer or a world class studio, you need to master these two competencies. I’m often asked which one comes first. That’s like asking whether the chicken or the egg came first.
Advances in technology enable better art. The pursuit of better art demands improved technology.
Look, no one starts out being as good as guys and studios like Peter Guthrie, Ronen Bekerman, MIR, DBox, Visualization One, Brick, or any of the other world-class artists and studios in our industry. It’s something you work on. And keep on working on all the time!
You’ll be happy to learn that there are some fundamentals that make life a whole lot easier if you know about them from the get-go.
Treat your work as art.
If all you are trying to achieve is a photo-real representation of a proposed building or space, it’s not art – it’s just a technical illustration. A simulation if you like.
To rank among the best, your must create works of art. You need to tell a story about the subject that is compelling. Describing it with scientific accuracy is not enough. You need to make people want whatever it is that you are illustrating. Make them lust after that condo or grab a good coffee at the hotel lounge. Make them feel like they already work in that office, or relax in that lobby lounge.
Make them believe!
Transport them in their minds directly into the rendering.
So… how can you create art more easily?
It’s totally OK to base your rendering on an existing image. All great images are born from an artist’s collective memories and experiences. It makes it much easier if you have a record of them. Start collecting images that you like.
The HOW is not important, just that you DO!
Save them to your hard drive or use Pinterest (Check out Ronen’s Pinterest Board to see how he does it), just have a system that works in terms of searching the collection once you need to be inspired.
In our studio, we make sure that we collect both rendered and real inspiration images. If our ultimate goal is to recreate reality, we should reference reality. Our studio directors search out the most captivating photographs and use them as templates for our images. Some of our favorite architectural photographers include Doublespace Photo, Tom Arban, and Iwan Baan.
Take your own photos too!
Taking advantage of your physical surroundings is also a great way to get inspired. We love going off-site to seek out real-world material and detail examples. Our entourage team is never without a camera, as they often take photos of subject matters as a means to experiment and see how it’s captured in real life.
The more life-like your image looks, the more probability it has with making an emotional connection with your audience.
Write the Story
In our studio, we ask the 5 W’s before we begin any image : Who, What, When , Where, and most importantly, Why?
Answering these questions helps us establish a plan that will help focus the execution of an illustration.
Who is the intended audience?
An image for marketing purposes should be very different from an image being prepared for legal purposes such as a civic design review. If it’s an image for a fundraising campaign, it should speak to the donors. If you’re preparing a set of images for a particular city, make sure the people in your entourage reflect its’ demographics.
Here in Toronto, we have a very diverse population, so including a broad range of ethnic groups for local projects allow us to create a more realistic image. When we’re working in large American cities like New York or Los Angeles, we are mindful to incorporate high levels of African American and Latino entourage.
By including your viewer in the image, you make it easier for them to connect with it.
What is the main subject?
Is it the building? Or perhaps the image is part of a set and focuses on a specific sub-area such as a park or a plaza. Or maybe it’s about a specific space within a larger open area.
Your answer will help you determine where to place the bulk of your energy when detailing the model. By directing your effort toward a certain area, you give the image focal point and also increase the efficiency with which you can produce the image.
Determine the most appropriate time of day and season. Not every building needs to be shown at dusk!
We once had a client insist that we depict an elementary school at dusk. It made no sense at all and in the end, the image wasn’t very successful. Another tactic is to see if there is a particular event that happens at a special time that will really compliment the space or building.
Here in Canada, there are often winter festivals that happen in and around our civic buildings; depicting the buildings in a snowy winter atmosphere really enhances the “Canadian” locality of the project. It’s also important however to note when the images are intended to launch. Although winter scenes are cool – if you’re launching a project in the middle of the summer it might not make the most sense.
Where is the project? You might think this is a no brainer, but you have no idea how wrong some artists and studios get this.
Whenever we get an assignment, we visit the site. If it’s local, we head out there whenever possible. If it’s an international site, we look up the site on Google Earth and do a virtual site tour. We note the types of vegetation, models of vehicles, street accessories, traffic signals, etc.
I’m always shocked when I see images for local Canadian projects that have foreign license plates and subtropical vegetation. If those studios cared to do the most minimal of an investigation, they would know instantly how ridiculous all that is.
It’s not just how you render the building or space that makes an image sing. An image is the sum total of all the details that are incorporated into it. In order for the image to make sense, all the entourage and detailing must make sense as well. Your minds eye will instantly pick up on any oddities; even if you can’t quite put your finger on what exactly is wrong, you’ll just feel it instinctively.
This is the question that ties it all together.
Why are we building this project? What is its’ reason for being? Is it to enhance the neighbourhood? Is it to bring a whole new way of living to the residential market? Is it a culmination of a masterplan for a university or corporate campus? Why does it exist?
Your image should clearly communicate the project’s reason for being.
If you can answer these 5 questions clearly, your image will deliver its message with precision and impact. If not, the image will likely provoke more questions than it answers.
Use Analog Rules in a Digital World
Even though we can do all kinds of crazy things on a computer, it doesn’t mean we should. Our studio often gets files from our clients that have cameras set at 6mm, with the sun coming from the north, and lights with values that are well beyond physics. We are often asked to shoot views that only birds and drones can see.
Keep it real. Keep it simple.
Remember, you want to tell the story of how a real person will experience a project.
I also suggest employing time tested artistic principles like the rule of thirds, the golden rectangle, the rule of odds, color theory, etc.
See Compositional Theories of Art for a visual guide to the various rules of composition.
I also like to obey physics. And most of all, don’t go overboard with the likes of bloom, volumetric lighting, chromatic aberration and excessive depth of field play. Stick to the story of the image and what serves it well.
Use Photoshop Appropriately
Photoshop is this wonderfully double-edged sword. When used to enhance an already great image, it can really take an image to the next level. However, our team believes that if you come to depend on Photoshop to overcome shortcomings in your ability to produce a decent rendering, it can make things a whole lot worse.
A wise man once said “a pig with lipstick on is still a pig.” Here at Norm Li, we try as much as possible to get it right in the base rendering. However, there are people who expertly defy this rule. The guys over at SOA are a great example. But they have also built a process that allows for it.
In our studio, we live in a fast paced, design driven environment. We participate in a lot of design competitions and at the very early stages of projects. We don’t always have the same ability to lock down the parameters of our images. As a result, we try to involve as little post production in our images as possible.
End of Starting a Studio : The Art
Whether you’re one person in your mom’s basement (like I used to be) or 100 in an office tower in Manhattan, your mastery of art will play a huge factor in your success.
Arch Viz artists and studios live and die by their last image. Failure to keep up with the times can tank an otherwise successful studio. No matter how great your clients tell you your images are, remember that when it comes to art, you can never stop learning and evolving.
Remind yourself daily that we are, first and foremost, artists.
See you in Part 2 – Starting a Studio : The Technology
Norm Li.The ArchVIZ BIZ by Norm Li - IntrodutionPart 1 - Starting a Studio : ArtPart 2 - Starting a Studio : TechnologyPart 3 - Growing a Studio : CulturePart 4 - Growing a Studio : Finance Part 5 - Growing a Studio : Client Management
By definition, architectural visualization, also known as architectural illustration or architectural rendering, is: "the art of creating two-dimensional images or animations showing the attributes of a proposed architectural design." In truth, modern architects have turned architectural visualization into a new and very specific kind of 3D art.
The main goal of the best architectural visualization studios is to create an incredible user experience that highlights all the strengths of their architectural design. Using the power of modern technology and the most advanced rendering software, these studios can literally take their clients through that experience by pointing out the best things about their visualization.
That way, their clients can see with their own eyes what their project will look like way before it's even realized. This gives them some space to make the necessary changes and adjustments, which, in turn, guarantees successful cooperation between the studio and the clients.
With that in mind, we can safely say that architectural visualization is the lifeblood of every architecture studio. They rely on it to bolster the communication between the clients and the designers.
Hyper-Realistic Architectural Visualization – The Future of Architecture
Typically, architectural visualizations take the form of 2D and 3D renderings and include very realistic lighting and textures. Such visualizations are meant to allow the clients to experience a real-world example of what their project will look like when its complete.
It's a way to present a product to a client to justify the price of the work involved. The more convincing the architectural visualization, the better the results.
Without these visualizations, architectural studios would have a lot of difficulty explaining the intricacies of the design to their clients. This might lead to clients being unsure of their choice of studio, which eventually might result in distrust, and that’s a bad thing for both parties involved.
In a way, architectural visualization allows both the studio and the client to cooperate more efficiently. With it, they are able to better understand each other regarding requirements, demands, needs, timetables, and pretty much any other detail that has something to do with the ongoing project.
In the past, architects had to draw plans by hand and be prepared to make the necessary changes if their clients asked them to.
Today, thanks to modern technology, architectural studios can do their work and then invite their clients to see that work in progress and express their thoughts, recommendations, and suggestions before the project moves to the final stage.
This way of doing things has greatly increased the success rate of architectural studios.
Advanced Computer Technology Made All This Possible
According to the best architectural visualization studios of today, visualization and 3D rendering are the future of architectural design. We live in a modern technology-driven world and this digital age is like a blessing to 3D artists, designers, and architects.
They use the power of technology to build more visually stunning, efficient, and simply better buildings that greatly exceed the expectations of their clients. 3D visualization has been the most effective way to maintain communication between architectural visualization studios and their clients for years now.
How the Process Works
Architects First Start with a Basic Idea and Build On It
3D rendering and 3D modeling technology are rapidly advancing, affecting the way we build structures. So, basically, architectural studios are using the art of architectural visualization or rendering to create 2D and 3D images and emphasize the attributes of an architectural design proposed by their clients.
Using architectural visualization and 3D rendering software, designers and architects are able to evaluate the scales and proportions of the given projects. The intuitive 3D modeling allows them to further stimulate the effects of acoustics, ventilation, lighting and so on, in any internal environment.
Once the studio takes the requirements, they start producing their first realistic 3D renderings with the main goal to provide their clients with accurate and precise 3D visualization of their desired design. These visualizations can include anything that clients want from the interior furnishings and textures to scales etc.
What's even better, 3D studios can represent these visualizations together with architectural scenes planned upfront, which is meant to simulate everyday actions.
The Studios Need to Be on the Same Page With Their Clients
Both studios and their clients have their own visions of a project, different approaches, and view the entire process from very different perspectives. Their wants, needs, and objectives also differ, which involves constant changes during the process itself.
Therefore, to come to an agreement and successfully finish a project, studios and clients need a shared understanding of things. This is where architectural visualizations can be extremely helpful. Through the use of extremely powerful 3D visualization and rendering software, 3D artists, designers, and studio architects can perform certain manipulations in the design.
These manipulations take place in real time, which allows them to make quick transitions between the wanted concept and the real product, leaving enough place to explore different approaches and options.
This eventually gives them the ability to make refinements and most importantly, create multiple versions of the wanted design.
It’s All About Tickling People’s Imagination
Put simply, studios use the most advanced technology to work more collaboratively with their clients while maintaining the most effective communication regarding the ideas to make the project successful.
The clients will be more willing to pay for the certain project if they can see it with their own eyes before it's actually built. Seeing is believing, indeed.
The Most Common Services
Architectural visualization studios offer their services depending on the needs of their clients. With that in mind, some of the most common architectural visualization services are:
● 3D exterior visualization – studios use real 3D objects such as rocks, flowers, grass, and trees to create a greater level of detail in their images.
● 3D interior visualization – to better understand the arrangement in of the space, studios use 3D visualization to change around colors and everything else in the interior.
● 3D animation – thanks to the latest visualization technology, studios can create 3D animations to better present their work according to the requirements of their clients.
● 3D interactive walkthroughs – a direct walk inside your project in order to feel each texture and detail in real time, and definitely the best way for clients to understand the atmosphere within their desired space.
● 360-degree panoramic views – 360-degree panoramic views are the hottest trend these days so naturally, they found their way into the architecture industry. Studios use it to provide their clients with better insight into their projects.
● Augmented and virtual reality – it allows the clients to examine their projects from all sides in real time and on their preferred mobile devices.
How Studios Do It
Whether you need interior design, animation, 3D rendering or any of the other architectural visualization services, you first need to make sure that you find the right visualization studio for the job.
Then, since architectural projects greatly differ, you need to clearly state your needs to determine the right price.
The First Step is Getting an Accurate Quote
There's no fixed price here, as each project has its own pricing. Details and specific goals are of the greatest importance here as that's how you'll make sure that your chosen visualization studio really understands your intentions. Projects are affected by their cultural and physical environment, as well as the intended use.
So, naturally, your studio will need the necessary documentation that will allow them to assess all the factors and come up with an accurate quote. One of the basic requests made by these studios is that their clients provide a set of plans or drawings which they can use to create their first 3D visualizations. Preparing such files in advance and in the preferred format would be ideal.
Clients Need to Provide Extensive Information on What They Need
The more documentation you make available, the better the outcome. Requesting a non-disclosure agreement and including a deadline would be a smart way to go and you should think about your project as the work unfolds.
Both 3D animations and images create a much stronger effect if they have a quality story to back it up. That's how you add the emotional aspect to your project. Once you receive a proposal from your 3D visualization studio, do the following:
● Check all the technical details to make sure they clearly specify a resolution for video and images.
● Include a revision schedule and delivery date into your production timeline.
● Check out the payment terms.
● Check all other relevant business certifications for tax purposes, as these are extremely important documents.
Still, finding the right studio for the job is of the most important thing. It's probably the most critical step to receiving exactly what you wanted for your money. It's better to pay more for the highest-quality work than to end up with an unusable low-quality visualization.
We're creative studio providing architectural rendering services for architects, designers and real estate developers all over the world. Quickly and inexpensively help our clients present their ideas, products and projects in the best light. Give the tools they need to drive their businesses. Our studio was founded in June 2014 by a team of designers who saw the need for change in architectural visualization and modeling services.The available options were too expensive, too slow, too inaccurate or all of the above – so in true entrepreneurial spirit they founded their own architectural visualization company. Archviz-studio has since expanded to become a new kind of 3d architectural rendering services with a wide variety of options.
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Archviz is the creation of architectural visualization through 3D rendering, illustration, and other mediums as a means of bringing an intended architectural design to life in a 2D form. This process has dated back to the beginning of architecture and engineering as simple drawings in ancient civilizations, but today now exists as a very unique and established style of 3D art.
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At its core, archviz allows architects, interior designers, and urban planners to showcase their projects to clients in a manner that displays the ins and outs of the design, highlights interesting features, and sells the competency of the design quality.
This process for establishing the 3D rendered visualizations can be quite intricate and displays a whole range of different projects to showcase.
If you are interested in learning more about the process for creating archviz, check out the article The Best Architectural Visualization Studios What They Do and How They Do It by Easy Render to learn more about the software, the process in practice, common services, and application in architectural studios.
If you are looking for resources, tools, and software suggestions to get started in the archviz industry, be sure to check out our collection of articles specific to architects on our blog! From suggested tutorials and faster rendering tips, to recommended publications to follow, this is definitely a good place to start.
While seeking inspiration for creation in this field, there is no shortage of great archviz studios to explore. As requested by creators in our community, here are the top Vagon picks for archviz studios in 2021.
MR.P Studios 🔗
Specializing in both interior and exterior archviz, Melbourne-based MR.P Studios is definitely one of the suggestions worth checking out. Found and led by the architect Phil Horton, MR.P Studios has a variety of clients both international and domestic.
Illuminating both tranquil and soft tones into their ultra modern designs, the creations here fall no short of incredible. Whether it’s a penthouse apartment, luxury restaurant, or coastal villa, the detail in each render is striking. In addition to the collection of architectural renderings, they also host a few non-archviz projects from time to time as well.
Illusive Images 🔗
Focused primarily on the visualization of interior design, Illusive Images is a 3D visualization studio founded by Daniel Reutersvärd and Johannes Lindqvist, based out of Stockholm. As a focus for their studio, Illusive Images is centered around creating interior visualizations with intricate detail that illuminate emotion. If you are specifically interested in archviz for interior design, you’ll definitely want to check out their projects for inspiration!
Recent Spaces 🔗
Described as an industry-leading architectural and design 3D rendering studio, London-basd Recent Spaces was founded in 2016 by Alex York and Iain Banks with a simple mission of creating beautiful, detailed, and effective design visualizations. Operating as a team of 8 people, Recent Spaces creates beautiful and elaborate designs for some of the industry’s most top tier architectural projects, such as Rose Hill and 212 West 72nd Street in New York.
If the work wasn’t enough to speak for itself, their various publications and awards provide a bit more authority in the industry. Despite being around for only 5 years, there is good reason to believe Recent Spaces lives up to the description of “industry-leading” in the archviz field.
With over 20 years of experience in the architectural industry, producing thousands of media pieces in the form of movies, VR, images, and real time 3D, Luxigon is an expert studio in the archviz field. Based out of Paris, Luxigon also has offices in both Milan and Los Angeles, and specialize in architects involved in design competitions.
In addition to big-name and global architectural projects such as The Ronaldo O. Perelman Performing Arts Center in New York, the CMG Qianhai Global Trade Center in Shenzhen, and the 11th Street Bridge Park in Washington, D.C., Luxigon also has a wide range of experience in commercial visual renderings as well. This studio is one to follow for some of the bigger architectural projects out there!
The Boundary 🔗
With a defined expertise in the field of architectural visualization, The Boundary has created over a hundred major projects with some of the most globally renowned architects and designers such as Richard Rogers, Pritzker Architecture Prize laureates, and Álvaro Siza to name a few. Based out of New York and London, The Boundary was founded by Peter Guthrie and Henry Goss in 2014, and continues to this day to push the limits of archviz creation in the industry.
Utilizing a broad range of specializations in 3D rendering, The Boundary has produced a plethora of visualizations for designs in residential, cultural, public space, hotels, and private homes in countries all over the world. In addition to the still frame visualizations they deliver, they also have quite a number of dynamic, moving archviz pieces too.
Founded by Julian and Andrew Sadokha, Suburbia is a 3D visualization agency specialized in archviz for real-estate architecture. In a variety of different sectors such as exterior and interior design, modeling, and animation, Suburbia is focused on bringing design to life in an ultra real and mesmerizing manner. With a concept idea for visual display of offices, public space, residential, and commercial projects, Suburbia converts client ideas into photo-realistic 3D visualization meant to sell. In addition to their work in the archviz field, this agency also provides services in the animation and film industries as well.
Gabriel Saunders 🔗
Creating stunning visualizations of architectural rendering with both intricacy and calming tones incorporated, Gabriel Saunders Studio specializes in 3D visualization and imagery for bringing architectural style to life. Founded in 2010 by Gabriel and Veronica Saunders and based in Melbourne, their studio delivers visualization solutions for architecture and interior design as well as product brands all over the world. Utilizing a team of stylists, photographers, interior designers, visualizers, architects, and post production artists, there is no wonder their creations incorporate so much visual detail for every project they’re involved in.
Brick Visual 🔗
Self-described as a studio that communicates architecture, Brick Visual is specialized in high-end architectural visualization for clients on a global scale. Based in Hungary and Romania, their team consists of professionals from over 19 countries and is grounded in the process of visual storytelling of designs beyond paper, into captivating and intriguing visual imagery. Inspired by the foundations of classic art and cinematography and powered by high-tech solutions, Brick Visual seeks to go beyond just the typical depiction of shiny buildings to architectural visualization that incorporates past works with the design of the future. With notable clients such as Zaha Hadid Architects, AECOM, and MVRDV, to name a few, this is one archviz studio that is a must follow.
As a creative communications agency, DBOX is known for developing innovative and strategic marketing campaigns for architectural sectors in luxury residential, commercial, and cultural properties. With offices in the US, Europe, and Asia, DBOX has a speciality in international markets, and in particular for this field, architectural visualization for their clients.
Working with some notable projects like 108 Leonard, 25 Park Row, and 432 Park Avenue in New York, and a series of awards dating back to 2004, DBOX is one archviz studio you will definitely want to follow.
Hayes Davidson 🔗
As a pioneer in the archviz field, London-based Hayes Davidson was founded by Alan Davidson all the way back in 1989. With over 30 employees from a variety of backgrounds, this studio brings client projects to life in stunning visualizations with illuminating scenery and thorough design. With a focus on projects ranging from residential, office spaces, and luxury projects, and public spaces, there is no shortage of variety in the architectural visualizations they create.
Founded by Trond Greve Andersen & Mats Andersen, Mir is a norweigan studio centered around bringing original quality artwork to architectural projects around the world. With this focus for the studio existing for over 20 years, Mir has brought remarkable architectural visualizations on a global scale. The extreme attention to detail, thorough implementation of design, and extraordinary realizations of imagery can be seen in projects such as the Shenzhen Opera House, Sydney Barangaroo Pavillion, and Copenhagen Islands park, to name a few.
Third Aesthetic 🔗
Sydney-based Third Aesthetic is an archviz studio specialized in still imagery, video, and animation for real estate visualization local to Australia and around the globe. Working as a team of just 8 people, Third Aesthetic has created numerous visualizations for luxury residences, interior designs, and public spaces. Each creation has its own unique charm and intrigue and incorporates style with bold forms and calming tones. If you are looking for archviz primarily operating in residential projects, this is one studio definitely worth the follow.
BINYAN STUDIOS 🔗
Focused as a global creative production company specialized in architectural visualization, BINYAN partners with agencies and clients around the world. Combining cutting edge technology practices with creative design, BINYAN seeks to push industry standards for archviz. With offices in Australia, the UK, and the US, their projects have gotten international attention with award winning visualizations and integrated case studies and expositions.
With carefully selected architectural projects, NMachine is a creative studio that provides photo-realistic visualizations for architectural projects in the office, residential, public space, and interior design sectors. Utilizing illuminating color, detailed rendering of features, and strong hues and shades for visualization, their creations bring to life the otherwise unseen features of client projects. Services incorporated in NMachine include property marketing purposes, international competitions, and approval processes for agencies.
Pixel Reality 🔗
Liverpool-based Pixel Reality is an archviz studio focused primarily on residential and interior design visualization. Containing intricate detail and bright illumination of spaces, their designs are crafted to provide insight into the glamour and simplicity of their clients’ projects. If you’re looking for an archviz studio specialized in interior design, Pixel Reality is the one to follow.
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