An architectural visualisation of a kitchen interior design for a new contemporary house being build in Oxford recently completed by Charles Roberts Studios. This wonderful house has been built to the latest environmentally friendly standards and features an array of solar panels and air-source heat pumps.
This rendering of a beautiful new kitchen design was commissioned to help interested buyers visualise the layout and size of a new kitchen being installed in a new, state of the art house. The specified kitchen is the top of the range Futura Kitchen by Cucina Colore. We modelled each element of the kitchen exactly how the manufacturer would have supplied and fitted it. The kitchen also featured the latest Siemens premium appliances such as an American style fridge freezer, wine cooler and numerous ovens. Our artist’s modelled each appliance and placed them in the image in exactly the places where the designer required them to be. The work surfaces, cabinets, wooden doors and flooring where each photographed and the materials were applied then to the computer model. The interior designer also specified the type of furniture to be used and also individual elements such as the flowers, rug, cushions and coffee table books to ‘dress’ the room. The whole image was then rendered with our special software to add realistic lighting both to the interior scene and the outside resulting in a photorealistic visualisation created in just a few days.
The rendering of an interior design helped the developer communicate the premium specification of the house at a fraction of the time and cost of actually building the kitchen. This enabled the developer to obtain early interest in the house and help in the property marketing process. In addition to the kitchen CGI we designed a case bound brochure with its own bespoke envelope and a letterhead to go with it. Our studio also created a number of exterior renderings of the house and an architectural visualisation of the indoor swimming pool.
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