We currently produce two types of renderings which we have call them conceptual renders and photo-realistic renders. Each type has its own characteristics and you will can them described below along with examples and the process to produce them.


Photo-realistic renders represent faithfully how a project will be long before it is built. Architecture, furniture, materials and all the details that architects and designers thought for their spaces are transferred to the image. A good image that transmits what you want to convey can be vital when presenting a project or selling a real estate development.


Modeling & Framing

- Architecture
- Landscape
- Furniture
- Light Fixtures
- Accessories
- Cameras


- Natural
- RCP (Reflected Ceiling Plan)


- Architectural materials
- Standard fabrics & finishes
- Custom fabrics & finishes


Image calculation process by rendering engine


- Color correction
- Contrast
- Highlights
- Material enhancement
- Including people
- Photo-bashing


1st preview

- Cameras selection
- Architecture and furniture
- Lighting

2nd preview

- Materiality


- Final product

We have established a standard process where the client gets involved and provides comments along the way. Experience tells us each project is unique and has its unique needs, that is why we are flexible when it comes to adapting to the needs of each project and each client.


Conceptual renderings are useful at early design stages since design is incomplete and turnaround times are shorter. In this instance, the look and feel of the image is more important than the architectural detail.


Reception of 3D model from the client

Development of 3D scene as a base

Production of render in post-production