Tangible Visual created this interior visualisation off plan while contracting in-house for the visualisation experts ArcMedia, several months later a photograph of the space has emerged. Can you tell which is which? So which one is real? The one with the iMac on the desk is the CGI, The one with the Metro Moldwyn Mayer lion is the photography of the finished apartment, completed months later. Please browse the site for more examples of our architectural and interior visualizations.
Last autumn Dan had a spell in London, contracting in-house helping out Factory Fifteen on their brilliant production of this animated feature. Input included: Crowd simulation, Modelling, Texturing, Cameras, Animation, Rendering, Team management, and even Render-farm maintenance (Hardware and software).
Dan spent a good part of 2013 freelancing in house at Arc-Media helping out with the production of the off-plan marketing materials for this palladian mansion, including this aerial shot. Tangible Visual – Architectural Visualisation.
This architectural visualisation Dan Marks created in 2009. This exterior architectural visualisation helped to grant planning approval for the project, here is the letter of thanks from the owner: Dear ‘Team’, I am delighted to be able to inform you that we have today been granted planning approval for our house at London End Lane, Bow Brickhill, following an appeal. The design was judged to satisfy PPS7, an extremely demanding policy, which, under paragraph 11 acknowledges that in the open countryside, “very occasionally, a house of exceptional quality and innovative nature might be permitted, if it can be deemed to be…
An animation to explain the refurbishment proposal for this building. Animated architectural visualisation is the best way to convey a space in high resolution. Client: ArcMedia
It’s amazing what an impact just a clean-up can have, in this exterior architectural visualisation we have added new units to ground floor, and general removal of surplus guttering and cables that have gathered over the years on the fascia. The render is then blended with the photographic backplate in Photoshop. In this case the architectural visualisation can be used to explain the plan to local residents, and to help gain planning permission from the local council. Click on the architectural visualisation to appreciate the detail full screen. Client: ArcMedia