Architectural Visualization

Architectural Rendering, or Architectural Visualization, is the art of creating Two-Dimensional (2D) Images or animations showing the attributes of a proposed Architectural Design.
Images that are generated by a computer using Three-Dimensional (3D) modeling software or other computer software for presentation purposes are commonly termed "Computer Generated Renderings". A popular technique uses sophisticated software to approximate accurate lighting and materials. This technique is often referred to as a "Photo Real" rendering. Renderings are usually created for presentation, marketing and design analysis purposes.
3D renderings play a major role in real estate sales. It also makes it possible to make design related decisions well before the building is actually built. Thus, it helps experimenting with building design and its visual aspects.

Interior Design

Interior Design is the art and science of enhancing the interiors, sometimes including the exterior of a space or building, to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the end user. An interior designer is someone who plan, researches, coordinates and manages such projects. Interior design is a multifaceted profession that includes conceptual development, space planning, site inspections, programming, research, communicating with the stakeholders of a project, constructing management and execution of the design.
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Interior Design

Exterior Design

House Plan

A House Plan is a set of construction or working drawings (sometimes still called blueprints) that define all the construction specifications of a residential house such as dimensions, materials, layouts, installation methods and techniques.


Site plans

Site plans are drawn to show the location of a home on the property in its context. It is an overhead view of the construction site and the home as it sits in reference to the boundaries of the lot. Site plans should outline location of utility services, setback requirements, easements, location of driveways and walkways, and sometimes even topographical data that specifies the slope of the terrain.

Floor plan

A Floor plan is an overhead view of the completed house. You'll see parallel lines that scale at whatever width the walls are required to be. Dimensions are usually drawn between the walls to specify room sizes and wall lengths. Floor plans will also indicate rooms, all the doors and windows and any built-in elements, such as plumbing fixtures and cabinets, water heaters and furnaces, etc. Floor plans will include notes to specify finishes, construction methods, or symbols for electrical items.



Elevations are a non-perspective view of the home. These are drawn to scale so that measurements can be taken for any aspect necessary. Plans include front, rear and both side elevations. The elevations specify ridge heights, the positioning of the final fall of the land, exterior finishes, roof pitches and other details that are necessary to give the home its exterior architectural styling.

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