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The best way to sell a home before it is built is by creating an emotional connection. Allowing clients to witness the dimensions, style, and livability of their future dream home can help achieve that connection.

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3D Render

We turn 3D models and scenes into 2D imagery on a computer through a process called 3D rendering or 3D visualisation. With 3D rendering, you can present a project's final results that do not exist in the real world yet.

Sample 3D Rendering

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Get a glimpse of what you can provide if you decide to do it with us. The 3D Renders that you can see above are often expensive on a per-image basis. We offer a subscription-based rendering service that allows you to obtain as many renders as you need. This service not only offers more options for your project, but it also allows you to get all those renders with the same quality, which could be of great help in maintaining your branding and presence in the market.


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3D Renderings offer the ability to showcase a home's overall appearance, including both the interior and exterior parts of the property. When it comes to the interior, a rendering can display the style of the house, the color palette, texture, lighting, as well as the furniture and appliances. Even the smallest details of the home can be seen in an interior rendering. On the other hand, the exterior rendering allows you to present the outside look of the property even before it is completed. By using the exterior rendering, you can provide your clients with views of the front, rear, and aerial perspectives of their future property.

Here are some benefits of providing 3D Rendering:

  • Give a professional look for your company and build your portfolio
  • Model homes and showrooms that can be visited virtually. Plus it's cheaper
  • Provide clients broader options since they can see your preset selections
  • Prevent major construction errors by showing the team how the home should look
Example Feature sheet showing construction specs and selling features

How simple is this?


Create an account

You need to create an account to have private access. With private access, you can perform a variety of tasks such as uploading your plans, seeing the status of your requests, or downloading your files.


Add Project Info and specify Desired Assets


Output and style


Supporting documents




Check status and download results

And that's it - you're finished!

Case Study
Case study about creating 3D renderings from blueprint

Generating 5 renders of a home from architectural blueprints

1. Obtain PDF from the architect

The client, a real estate developer, provided a blueprint PDF showing everything they needed for construction. These plans were for a spec home by the builder that they had built dozens of times. It was a 19-page document showing exterior elevations, building sections, millwork, electrical, and more, including the kitchen sink. While it was detailed, it was for his trades, not something he could give his clients and not something he wanted to publish in his portfolio. Through the ordinary course of business, he received the PDF via email.

2. Decide which locations

The client decided to select 5 locations within the home to be rendered. It was four at first, but since one client ordered a pool, the client decided to add one extra render to show off the rear of the building.

  • Master Bedroom
  • Great Room
  • Kitchen and Breakfast Area
  • Front Perspective
  • Rear Perspective

3. Use our New Project Wizard

One screenshot of a section of our New Project Wizard

Using our New Project Wizard is extremely intuitive and easy.

  1. The client used the name of the house plan as the project name
  2. Then selected 3D Render as the Desired Assets
  3. For Output, selected a quantity of 4, and chose the initial four locations (Master Bedroom, Great Room, Front Perspective, Kitchen)
  4. They chose Transitional as their Interior Design Style and left the rest of the options on their default settings
  5. Uploaded the one blueprint PDF
  6. After reviewing a summary of the project, submitted the request

4. Comments and clarifications

In this example, we had to clarify a few things.

  • Did the cabinets of the kitchen go all the way to the ceiling? No, they were standard size, and they had boxed in above it with drywall. So we drew that in and made the hood fan chassis and backsplash end there.
  • Was there carpet in the bedrooms? Yes, there was. The color was undecided, so we went with a neutral grey.
  • We completed the front exterior shot as a morning time of day scene (the default) but then modified it to change the time of day to twilight upon the client's request.
Comments and clarifications can lead to changes over time


This process took about one and half months to complete all five renderings from start to finish. Completion time depends on many factors, including information provided, level of detail and quality needed, communication between us, and staffing. The nice thing is that once we created the model, we could reuse it for different perspectives. The client was very flexible on our design choices and left a lot of decisions to our staff, but you can make unlimited revisions or adjustments to match your needs.

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