At Roorda Architectural Studio we use 3D visualisation throughout the design process. Gone are the days of only using 2D plans to explain projects to clients and contractors. Now at Roorda Architectural Studio, every project benefits from the creation of 3D visualisations, whether it be initial feasibility all the way through to planning and construction.
Next to standard 3D visualisation, we also have to ability to create Photorealistic visualisations. A photorealistic visualisation is characterised by displaying shininess, reflection and surfaces roughness of textures as well as showing lightning. For many of our clients, photorealistic visualisation closes the gap between knowing how the plan will look like and really understanding the how the appearance of the realised building will be.
Next to standard 3D visualisation, we also have to ability to create Panorama visualisations a relatively new but very effective and useful technique is panorama visualisation. Next to all the advantages offered by photorealistic renders, this technique offers an interactive view of the design, enabling a 360 degrees panoramic view of the interior.