“Blurring Boundaries, Capturing Views.”
Architecture visualization consists of the creation of virtual projects for the purpose of presentations, research, studies, and any number of other applications. The following examples show a series of renderings created for architecture projects, competitions, light and shadow studies in traditional Japanese architecture, and other uses requiring photo realistic results that maintain real world conditions. Through the creation these renderings clients can explore their projects and visualize them before construction is complete. At the same time, it can be used to create accurate light calculations, as well as establishing and testing locations of opening which offer improved views and interaction of the environment.