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CGI and 3D Rendering

There are now so many benefits of technology in the interior design industry that we can use to build and visualise our work. But before the rise of interior design CGI and other 3D rendering software, clients would walk away from meetings with only an educated guess of what the final product would look like.

Thankfully, modern-day technology takes the guesswork out of interior design and enables us to provides clients with total confidence and comfort throughout the design process. Here are a few of the ways we can use CGI to transform your interior design:

Make changes instantly

Instead of spending hours talking over and considering changes with a client, with interior design CGI, you can swap out the wooden countertops for marble with the click of a button, or test multiple paint colours in a matter of minutes You can immediately and precisely see end results in the digital visualisation, which means no nasty surprises or hiccups as well! Ultimately, this is a much more streamlined experience for the client.

Save money

With interior design CGI, you not only save time and effort but money, too. With the ability to create precise visuals through the use of 3D renderings and CGI, a designer, such as ourselves at idesign, can plan layouts more accurately and assess how furniture and fittings will occupy the space. By doing so, we can identify flaws which might otherwise be missed. That way, issues can be discussed and adjusted before construction begins, thereby avoiding costly mistakes.

Add more variety

3D rendering and CGI software come with numerous catalogues of furniture, textures, moulding and more, providing designers with a greater wealth of resources to choose from than ever before. Manufacturers have even begun digitising their catalogues into 3D models for design professionals – the amount of customisation and range you can choose from means we can provide our clients with a truly unique space. With us, the world really is your (interior design) oyster!

If you’re looking to embark on a new and exciting interior design project, why not get in touch with us today? We’ll be more than happy to talk you through our process and get the design ball rolling