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The Edge House Trilogy – Part 1

Architectural rendering of proposed sun room.

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 to follow in the next fortnight, are from a suite of images delivered for the same client who developed the Hedgegrove Farm project. This project differed slightly as the property has already been built but there were specific areas which potential buyers struggled to imagine, and this was where Click3D’s architectural visualisation expertise was called for.

The requirement for this first image was to illustrate how a conservatory would look and indeed interact with the existing form of the building, with the overall aim being to demonstrate how it would enhance the lifestyle aspect of the dwelling’s dining space, as well as a glazed link between the garage and pool room and the main building. Additionally, there was a reasonable chance that this image would be included in any planning submission so a fair degree of accuracy was required when modelling the conservatory from reference photographs indicative of the style desired.


About the Author

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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