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Interior Visualisation of Public House

3D rendering of a public house interior.

This interior visualisation was commissioned to illustrate the quality of interior design principles applied to a proposed public house within a very sensitive site, namely a Grade-II listed building.

This was an interesting project owing to the site and also the high level of detail required in order to make the final rendered image a realistic indicator of the treatments proposed.

A number of carved stone elements were present within the site and it was these which offered a not insignificant challenge as representations of them had to be built from photographic references. Similarly, the roof structure required the correlation of more photographs, both new and old, and also the original paper drawings in order to achieve the appropriate proportions as well as layout.

Once the skeleton of the building had been resolved, it was necessary to populate the scene with appropriate furniture which would be major drivers in setting the feel of the final visual and also to build a model of the bar, this requiring an enormous amount of VRay Proxy models of bottles and suchlike.


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Click3D has over a decade of experience in the field of architectural visualisation, spanning sectors including residential, commercial, leisure and urban masterplanning on projects ranging in size from single-plot developments to the Olympics and has successfully delivered content for a number of major developers and internationally-renowned architectural practices including the likes of Arup, Barratt Homes and J D Wetherspoon.

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