3D Modeling and Rendering for Residential Building Blocks, Canada

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Project Synopsis
3D Modeling and Rendering for a Residential block of buildings in Canada
Project Objective

To create high-resolution 3D Renderings (5000 pixels) for a Residential block of 5 multistoried Buildings and its site after creating a 3D model.

Client Summary

The Project was carried out for a very well known construction Company in Canada. The company is a 35-year-old company and is recognized for its work in the field of Architectural services.

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Project Summary

The project consisted of creating 3D models and generating high resolution rendered images (5000 pixels) of a Residential block with 5 multistoried buildings in it. We had to create the site model as well, and render it.

  • Building 1: Basement + Ground Floor + Four Floors
  • Building 2: Basement + Ground Floor + Four Floors
  • Building 3: Basement + Ground Floor + Four Floors
  • Building 4: Basement + Ground Floor + Four Floors
  • Building 5: Basement + Ground Floor + Four Floors

 The 5 buildings were classified into 3 different types based on the designs:

  • Building Type 1
  • Building Type 2
  • Building Type 3

We were required to generate high resolution rendered images for the following views:

  • Bird’s eye view of the entire site, completely landscaped
  • Closer in-shot showing West half of the property from an angle
  • Closer in-shot showing the East half of the property from an angle
  • A view from the backyard (ground level) of a house to the west
  • A view from the backyard (ground level) of a house to the south
Project Completion Year
2018
Project Deliverables

5 High Resolution Rendered Images (5000 pixels) for different views for the 5 Residential Building and its site including landscaping.

Challenges
  • The biggest challenge of the project was the short turnaround time as requested by the client. To ensure on-time delivery, the project was planned and executed in a timely fashion.
  • Modeling the Site plan was a challenge as we were provided with the pdf of the site plan (as the client didn’t have the CAD file) that didn’t include the driving ramp design, angle, and
  • Hence, we designed the driving ramp using general Canadian Standards. It was difficult to meet the slope angle as space was not enough. Due to our expertise and knowledge of Canadian standards, we were able to create the slope with a suitable angle.
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