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3D Architectural Services Bristol

3D Architectural Service In Bristol For Architects & Property Developers

Our 3D architectural service in Bristol is perfect for property developers and architects. We capture your ideas and designs, enabling you to confidently show your work to your development team and potential buyers. With our experience and skill set, we are able to provide detailed 3D renders of any type of development. Our experience is broad and includes residential, commercial, sports, and leisure. The work that we do can be viewed on any platform. This allows you to market and sell the concept in person, at events, on websites, or on social media. Our services can extend from outside views from different angles to 3D flythroughs and additionally the same services with interiors. If you are relatively new to our 3D architectural services in Bristol, feel free to contact us with questions.

3D Architectural Services in Bristol Example

This commercial building is by Bristol’s Floating Harbour, offering a community-based work environment. Our headline objective was to create a captive virtual experience of the building and attract interest from different audiences. We provided a fly-through, which provides 4-8 seconds of cut shot animation and explores all the key internal zones. Throughout the delivery, we made sure our client and their agency were happy with the work and the progress. Our walkthrough animation and still CGIs can be found on the Assembly Bristol website and their social media.

How do 3D architectural designs fit into the property industry?

We have worked with a number of architects and property developers over the years. Our 3D architectural work is created from specifications, discussions and architectural plans which include floorplans, elevations, etc. One of the main reasons we are approached for work is that our designs help sell a property before it has been built. With the information that we collate from our clients, we can build life-like detail for properties. As a result, property developers are quicker to sell or rent out their spaces.

Why come to us for 3D architectural services in Bristol?

Attention to detail


Skilled & Knowledgeable

First and foremost, we have a breadth of experience across imagery and modelling. Our experience spans over an 18-year period where we have served multiple industries and customers. We have examples of our work throughout our website, to guide you through what we do. The work we show you has all been built to a specification provided by our clients. If you have other ideas in mind beyond the examples we have provided, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

3D Architectural Services in Bristol FAQ

Our toolbox includes the latest 3D modelling and rendering software to provide photorealistic 3D visualisations of new developments. We often start with a 2D drawing of a building and make it into a virtual model. We will then add realistic surface materials, landscaping and lighting effects to it. To add a realistic feel, we will look to add people in and around buildings. We can also add a fly through to heighten your senses and give you a feel of the environment.

Our 3D architectural services in Bristol show prospective buyers a new-build property before it’s built. This provides a clear and compelling experience for new homes and commercial buildings. Our work builds confidence in potential purchasers, helping them to make informed decisions on a new property. We aim to captivate an audience so that they engage emotionally with what could be their future home.

We work with you and your architect to create 3D visualisations based on your plans. To produce a lifelike experience, we use architectural drawings, floorplans, elevations and site plans. Our team will also use specifications for external materials and landscaping. Then, by the same token, we use specifications for internal designs for fixtures and fittings, etc.

In the property development sector, a 3D flythrough is a computer-generated video of property development. The video can tour the exterior and/or interior of a building. It is created by creating a 3D model of the building with dedicated modelling software.

We are unable to officially quote prices without architectural plans and an understanding of your objectives. However, to give you some basic perspective, our rates can vary from £250 to £500 per day, depending on the specification. A simple three-day project for a small development could cost you around £1,000. A bigger, more complex project, might cost in the region of £5,000. Your best option is email to us, or call us to discuss your ideas.

To achieve the best outcome, plan well in advance of your own deadlines. See below for a rough guide, but contact us so we can understand your project and plan any new work. Single static CGIs are typically within a week. However, bear in mind, that we might have a lead time to book your project into the studio schedule. 3D flythroughs can take 4-6 weeks (approximately) to produce. This delay is due to the extent of 3D modelling involved, and also rendering time. For example, rendering time can add 10-14 days to the end of the project for large and complex animations. For a package that includes images, animations and other property marketing materials, allow roughly 8-12 weeks. At this stage, our team reviews WIP and provides feedback as the CGI develops.

Generally, we work from architectural plans (floorplans, elevations and site plans). Additionally, we need to understand how many viewpoints you are looking for. We need to understand if you want static images only or additional work such as 3D flythrough animations. Our website provides lots of examples for you to look through but if you have any questions, please ask. We are easily approachable and more than happy to answer any questions that you may have. Often the biggest disappointments are new requirements towards the end of the project, which deviate from what was already agreed. If you take the time to understand the proposal upfront, we are confident you will be pleased with our work.