As clear as a bell that 3D visualization is not a new idea among architects, designers, and real estate developers because of its intellectual effort and ultimate marketing tool. 3D rendering can present and interpret the unfinished project as clear as possible, making for top-notch marketing materials. 3D visualization is commonly regarded as a powerful tool in advertising, which can easily take the lead to display the design superiority to potential buyers. Today, we are rather happy to share with you a high-end resort hotel project in Japan. AIMIR has made marketing renderings for the Fenix Furano hotel project in 2018, you can refer to this blog to explore its harmonious-design. Recently, the construction has completed and we’d like to invite you to re-enjoy this beautiful hotel project with us.

Fenix Furano hotel features 33 full-service units, ranging from hotel-style suites to 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses, offering a coveted ski-in ski-out address and immediate access to village amenities. It is renowned for its rural landscape and snow-covered majestic mountains offering supreme and comfortable holiday experience.

3D Exterior Rendering

Located at almost the edge between city and mountain, the Fenix Furano hotel homes to the second largest ski resort. In order to highlight this special landscape advantage, our client used the snowy scene to echo with the surrounding. The distance snow mountain, frosted trees and the flying owl, those finest details applied in the rendering intensifying the overall environments, creating an associative perception of happy and joyful winter vocation.

Real Construction Exterior Photos

Now let’s see the images that took after finishing the construction. The hotel construction captured as much as possible of the rendering shown.

As it shown that the façade is making full use of the wood, that is the common construction material in Japan, with irregular wood arrangement in the balcony that display a unique of design style. It’s pity that we can’t see the winter view as we shown in the 3D rendering. But why not find out the beautiful snowy view by spending a vocation there? To witness and embrace the beauty in our own eyes.

3D Interior Rendering

As for the interior, the lobby is a sanctuary of style and relaxation as our client said. To continue the cozy style, grey concrete wall, dark wall painting, and maple wood ceiling throughout the interior. The chosen ensemble of quality furniture, and modern artwork on the wall create a sleek modern vibe. It’s simple yet elegant. Other than that, the stone-like warm lighting enhance the soft feeling inside the lobby, resonating with the theme of being liveness and inviting.

Real Construction Interior Photos

After seeing the interior rendering, you must be eager to know how’s the completion will be. Although the interior hasn’t fully completed as our client sent us the images, but you still can picture the final result will integrate with natural rhythm and inviting environment.

Today, there’s a great number of ways to present an architecture design. Unquestionably, 3D rendering is a remarkable way of making design flourish and conveys both functional and aesthetics at the same time. We are no longer restrained to the limitation of 2D drawing and hand drawing. Besides, viewing the project from different perspectives and different weather conditions is possible and easy to achieve. The photorealistic 3d rendering becomes a virtually indispensable tool for marketing and promotion.

It’s really exciting to know that the project is finally complete and ready to use. This is one of the amazing hotel projects that we’ve done. We are looking forward to sharing more and more gorgeous architecture with you.

AIMIR is well-positioned to adapt to specific requirements, providing flexible options for various project sizes, and deliver high-end 3D renderings to meet different needs. If you’re interested in photorealistic 3D rendering, warmly welcome you to contact us.

Share This
Quote Now

Contact Form

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.