Charles Roberts Studios created this architectural visualisation that shows a beautiful interior design for a luxury hallway proposed in a new house. Located just off The Bishops Avenue, one of the most sought after roads in London., it has the honour of being one of the most expensive new build houses built in the UK in recent times.
The studio is proud to have been involved in the creation of this series of architectural visualisations for such a wonderful project. We were in constant contact with the interior designer to ensure the designs were visualised exactly how they were originally envisaged. This allowed potential purchasers to visualise how the design of the hallway would look like when completed. The studio goes to great lengths to make the images as photo realistic as possible but also with a warm, artistic feel. Charles Roberts Studios has over 20 years experience creating high quality architectural visualisations. Each image we create is beautifully detailed and unique to the client.
Each element of the materials specification was carefully photographed from real life samples. This included the artisan Italian marble and the beautiful handmade wall coverings. These scans are uploaded to the CG model built on our custom built proprietary computer systems. Each piece of furniture and fitting is modelled and then added to the virtual scene. For example, the bespoke chandelier forms an integral part of the design. To ensure it represented the designers vision, we modelled each individual crystal on our computers to create this stunning element.
The client and relevant stakeholders are updated at every stage of the process. This made sure that the vision of both the interior designer and the developer is interpreted correctly. Computer generated architectural visualisations enables the developer to choose and to decide material finishes. It also avoids the large upfront cost of actually building it and the risk of the elements not working together. The images also help potential purchasers to visualise what they would eventually be buying. This could be months in advance of the actual completion date.
In addition to the interior architectural visualisation above, the studio also created an exterior visualisation of the house.