Portfolio update: Out for dinner
A (fairly – one does have to give the client an opportunity to present to their client before showing the rest of the world!) new image for Click3D’s portfolio of architectural visualisation today, this one being the first of two illustrations developed to show the proposed interior of a high-end high street restaurant chain. Based within a double-height shell with a mezzanine level this commission was required to illustrate opulent finishes within a fairly restrained colour palette, therefore much timber ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Kitchen remodelling
Today we have a new addition to the portfolio, namely a kitchen remodelling project. Click3D was commissioned to provide views of this space after the property owner secured planning permission to extend his property which enabled him to completely remodel the existing interior space, specifically swapping the position of the kitchen and family room. Working from hand-drawn plans and assorted sketches Click3D delivered two views for this project – the one you see in this update and another taken ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Heathrow T2
It’s been a busy few weeks in Click3D-world so the lack of portfolio updates (or updates at all, for that matter) probably isn’t all that surprising. To remedy that, added to the portfolio today is one of three images created for a pitch presentation for a luxury bar in Heathrow’s Terminal Two.
Whereas most architectural visualisation projects rely on or are guided by CAD submissions and specific material details, this was notable for their absence, apart from a floorplan and a ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Bury Hill (Part one)
Good morning! – Hope you all have that Friday feeling as we tumble towards another (hopefully) relaxing and rewarding weekend.
It’s been quite busy in the land of Click3D recently – most recently assistance has been delivered in the setting up of an in-house visualisation department at a design and build firm, with phase one complete and future phases waiting in the wings. So, taking that into account, perhaps it is time to add another image to the portfolio – This ...Read More →
Portfolio update: Residential interior#2
Good morning! Here is the second of two images created for M2M’s recent interior refurbishment project. Although the space was relatively small, two views were needed in order to show the full intent of the designer’s concept for the space, and these two images satisfied that need, both in the technical sense and also to the satisfaction of the client and designer, hence the recent testimonial.
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Portfolio update: Residential interior
Good morning and greetings from the Click3D bunker. Today’s blog posting features one of two images (the second will naturally follow soon) created to illustrate a designer’s vision for the remodelling of a client’s property. Focusing on the living space – although the entire property was to be refurbished – the brief was to show the quality of the new fixtures, fittings and finishes that they had proposed. This necessitated two cameras with wide-angle lens to fully convey the space ...Read More →
Portfolio Redux: Country kitchen
As mentioned in Click3D’s first blog post of 2012, some of the existing projects featured in the portfolio will be revisited with the intention of enhancing them by using new and revised techniques. Therefore, without further delay, Click3D would like to present a new version of the country kitchen featured way back when this site was born.
The existing camera angle was retained, albeit with some tweaks to the settings, whilst a few changes were made to aspects such as textures. ...Read More →
The Edge House Trilogy – Part 3
Hello once again and a pinch and a punch for it is the first of the month! Today brings the final image from the Edge House project, this being a view of the master bedroom. Obviously already existing, what the client was experiencing was, once again, a few small issues with visitors not being able to embrace the potential of the room. To resolve this, Click3D’s architectural visualisation prowess (for there is some…) was called upon once again.
The specific issue ...Read More →
The Edge House Trilogy – Part 2
Good morning and welcome to part two of the Edge House project. Today’s update moves from outside to inside, specifically into the existing dining room. As you can see, the intention is to open out the space by adding the conservatory, as illustrated last week, and so create both a formal dining area and one which lends itself to a far less formal dining and drinking experience, perhaps more of a weekend breakfast room if you will.
Currently, there exists outward-opening ...Read More →
The Edge House Trilogy – Part 1
It feels like it’s time for another portfolio update for Click3D. Well, the first of three weekly installments anyway, as previous investigations into whether it’s possible to add many images in one go were not exactly successful. Whether this is a PICNIC issue (go and Google that acronym if you must…) or a limitation of WordPress it’s hard to say, but it definitely isn’t insurmountable.
Anyway, enough of the preamble. The image you see added today, as well as the ones ...Read More →