The Ranks of Architectural Rendering in the Digital Age 

Humans are intrinsically visual beings, with brains that are fundamentally cinematic. Visual by definition, it’s only natural that the architectural sphere relies heavily on visuals as part of the pre-planning phase. From luxury homes to ‘avant garde’ buildings, architectural rendering is used to manipulate this partiality for visuals, across all niche architecture verticals. So what [...]

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How 360 Degree Panoramic CGI Has Transformed the Architectural Landscape

For Architects, there’s an intrinsic desire to turn lofty visions into tangible structures. This is the end goal, but what about the process of pinpointing exactly what it is that needs to materialise? While sketchbooks and charcoal pencils still play a fundamental role in the initial design phase, modern technologies have elevated blueprints to a whole [...]

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The Illumination of Spaces Using Different Light Sources

To the untrained eye, the terms ‘light’ and ‘illumination’ are one and the same. But to an architect or interior designer, the latter has intrinsically aesthetic connotations. Illumination refers to the deliberate use of light to create a practical or visual effect in a given space. Mediums can be both natural, as well as artificial, [...]

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