Engineers need architectural 3D exterior rendering as a visualization tool too! Studio2a was engaged by the engineers to provide bird-eye views in 3D aerial renderings to help make design decisions. One of the design issues under review was the color to paint the new power plant. The committee requested 3d renderings be provided in the specified paint colors.
Never underestimate the importance of picking paint colors, and the value of visualization to the process. Originally planned to be painted “sky” color it was later determined that the “sand” color was less obtrusive to the surroundings. These images were from a set of composited photos showing the planned power plant in the local environment. Once the photomontage was complete it was clear which color was better. In addition one close up rendering showing all of the equipment and components of the project was also produced in both colors for committee approval.
The final “sand” color (pantone 467) rendering was printed 8′ long and used as a backdrop for the press conference announcing the project. Need help picking paint colors for your project? The Studio2a team, which boasts almost 20 years in professional 3d graphics, is ready and eager to help your firm communicate design better and create value for your clients.