This time, our architectural rendering studio embarked on an exciting project to revamp the interior spaces of a prestigious office building in the bustling city of New York City. Let’s check out the final 3D interior rendering first!
This NYC office is on the 12th floor and is waiting to be renovated to meet the world. Our client Jacky from Design Republic talked with us about this project. They were looking for exceptional realism and detail which enable their clients to gain a comprehensive understanding of the space. What’s more, they needed realistic visuals for marketing purposes. With a focus on modern aesthetics and functionality, we used cutting-edge 3D rendering techniques to being their vision to life. Now, let’s see how we tailored to the needs of this modern workplace.
Office in New York City
Located on a prominent street in downtown Manhattan, this 23-story structure stands out with its seventh-floor green rooftop and an expansive plaza that stretches onto the avenue. Our client’s design highlights newly constructed areas or those that have undergone refreshing finish selections. Additionally, they took inspiration from both the historic charm and contemporary aesthetic of New York City. The designers incorporate built-in features, textured materials, and a clean and well-balanced color scheme to achieve a modern yet timeless design.
Before the Interior Rendering Project Starts
To ensure we could deliver captivating interior visuals, we needed to go through the project information first. This is an inevitable process before any ArchViz projects. As a result, our 3D team initiated the project by collaborating closely with our client to understand their requirements and design vision. Through kick-off meeting and discussion, we gained insights into the desired aesthetics, layout, and overall vision for each space. These discussions laid the foundation for the 3D interior rendering process, ensuring alignment between the client’s expectations and the 3D team’s creative direction. To summarize, we have:
- The floor plans. CAD plans of 12th floor that we needed to focus on were sent through.
- Camera angles. The designers kindly marked the views they wanted in the floor plans. There are seven views.
- Elevations. Elevations of the pantry, pantry counter, and elevator are perfect information for 3D artists to understand the spaces.
- Materials and furniture plans. The design team has a very high standard for material and furniture selection.
- Site photos. There are site photos of existing interior spaces, and some of the elements can be used for references.
With a clear understanding of the design objectives, our team commenced the 3D modeling process.
#Stage 1: 3D Modeling of Office Spaces
Using advanced 3D rendering software tools, 3D modelers are able to create digital presentations of the architecture. This stage involves designing accurate floor plans, architectural elements, furniture, and fixtures. For this office project, we built everything from CAD plans. And we used 3ds Max to commence this process.
When we shared the model drafts to the designer, the client came back with some requests:
- Add in carpet tile in the workstation area;
- Change the lights. If don’t have similar ones in library, please model them;
- Make the conference door oak;
- Increase the wood tambour profile’s width;
- Add concrete beam;
Some of the comments are about the furniture, which the designer team paid great attention on. Our 3D modelers tried to match the wanted furniture and fixtures in the library but failed. For this reason, the team decided to create 3D models of these furniture and fixtures. This is not rare in 3D interior rendering process, and customized furniture and fixtures are the perfect presentations of the interior designers’ vision.
When the model drafts were confirmed, it was time to move on to next stage.
#Stage 2: Texturing, Lighting, Rendering and Post-production
During the texturing process, attention was given to details such as wall finishes, flooring materials, furniture upholstery, and lighting fixtures. Our objective was to achieve an immersive experience that captured the essence of the intended design.
As to the lighting, the 3D specialists meticulously fine-tuned the lighting and materials in the 3D models. To demonstrate a captivating visual impact, artists simulated natural and artificial lighting conditions within each space. Of course, this step was different in each spaces based on their design.
Furthermore, the 3D artists refined the details including material properties, light reflections, and other minor details that harm the consistency of the scenes. At last, below are the colored drafts we shared:
Now, it was time to see how the design team reacted to the drafts. And actually, they did have some requests to make.
- Change the light again;
- Change the door of the conference room to glass panels;
- Make the planters material warmer and lighter stone;
- Change the lights above the island;
- Add some art paintings;
- Add people in professional attire in one of the workstation views.
#Stage 3: New View Added
Actually, the design team decided to add one more views at this time of the process. To elevate the process, the designer shared the view, furniture references, and other detail information at the same time.
This time, the process was much faster for these two views. Our CGI team quickly create the models and rendered with materials and lighting. In 24 hours, the added view was sent through.
Our client replied back with their comments and they wanted to:
- Change the color of the window mullions;
- Change the carpet;
- Add wall art.
After a couple of minor revisions, the final render of this view was confirmed. In the end, our CGI team had created seven views for this office in New York City. These high-res photorealistic renders employ the flow of movement, focal points, color consistency, and biophilic friendly to ensure the images effectively showcase the design intent.
#Stage 4: Final Delivery
Working closely with Jacky’s team, our studio used state-of-the-art 3D rendering techniques to successfully complete a transformative interior project for this prominent office building in New York City. Now, let’s check out this modern, functional, and visually stunning workspace.
We have to say the collaboration between the design team and us for the office interior project was instrumental in bringing the envisioned spaces to life. Through close communication and alignment of design objectives, Jacky’s team provided the necessary input, preferences, and references to guide the 3D rendering process. As a professional 3D rendering team, we leveraged our expertise in 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, and composition, meticulously translated the design concepts into immersive and photorealistic visual representations. This collaborative effort ensured that the final renders accurately captured the intended design language. And at the same time, they are the most powerful tool for our client to market this office space.
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