When it comes to winning the hearts and minds of the clients and stakeholders an architect needs something solid and overtly captivating to do so. Simple schematics and drawings are not going to do that even if they reveal the technical tenacity of the project, however, a creative 3d walkthrough animation might be able to do the trick. This is of course if you are to deliver a presentation for a design that is yet to be taken into live iteration by a construction company but designed uniquely by you. Following are some of the benefits that you might be able to squeeze out of a 3d visualization studio;
1. Gives context to your designs
Schematics and drawings for a project are not the most natural way of tempting and awing your clients with a project that you are working on. They are not interested in the fact that how carefully and space consciously the whole thing is developed, neither they are going to roll their eyes over the revelation of how much the building is going to weigh or years its structural integrity is going to remain intact.
They need to see the inside of the building, how would it finally look when it is completed and every design-oriented aspect of it and for that, a live presentation using the best visualization support is a must. 3D visualization is going to include the contextual elements into your presentation depicting things that are not even done yet but how would they look when construction is finally over, a very powerful strategy to win your audience over.
2. Take your viewer on a journey
The next benefit that you have with 3D visualization is the catering of a special and unique journey for the viewer, although many others are seeing the same presentation everyone would be under the impression that the whole thing is designed for them. This is the power of 3D visualization, you can start with the ground up of the building, going floor by floor, and taking over the presentation room with your strong voice and explanatory attitude as the transitions roll over showing the next pieces of design. A complete and rich journey it is for your viewer and equally fulfilling making them understand the very purpose and working aspect of the building.
3. A thorough insight of the building in different environments
The idea of 3D visualization is so strong and vibrant that it makes the ideas of the architects come to light and if you want nothing less then you should be using it effectively in your presentations and such. First of all, it would be able to narrate the coloring of the building as the sun shines brighter in the noon and continues to dim its light reaching the evening, this is something that is extraordinary and gives the audience a clear understanding of the building in various lighting patterns and parts of the day.
Moving on the same is true for the night, in winter, in summer, and many other seasons and parts of the day or night. Surely if you go with 3D visualization your presentations would be much more splendid than the rest and will be able to make your customer go wild with such a fulfilling experience.