3D Architectural Render

With a photorealistic 3D architectural render your real estate project can be sold much faster and more efficiently.

Perfect architectural renderings based on the planning documents can be produced during the early planning phase. Both as exterior and interior views.

And because a 3d architectural render does not have to take into account the position of the building or the sun, the images of your real estate project can always be perfectly staged. Any desired perspective is possible – with or without neighboring buildings.

No wonder that numerous architects, developers and real estate agents are already using this extremely fast and economical medium for their real estate marketing. Because in addition to the many aesthetic advantages in the detailed design of your project, architectural renderings are convincing due to their diverse application possibilities.

Architectural rendering – simple, fast and inexpensive

The way to an expressive architectural rendering is very simple: You provide us with your digital or analog templates and we transform them into a detailed architectural visualization.


Architectural 3D Rendering

Classical planning documents (like here the street view of a new building project) serve as a basis for a 3D architectural visualization.


In joint WebMeeting we define your desired perspective, discuss materials and decorative elements. Afterwards we finalize these results in a photorealistic rendering.

Versatile application possibilities

Whether in a flyer, on a website or large-scale on a building sign – the possible uses of an architectural rendering are almost unlimited. Because of the completely digital production we can optimize the resolution of the rendering perfectly for the respective medium.

3D architectural render – the interactive experience with little effort

Once your property is available as a 3D model, it is not only possible to produce highly emotional images from it – with a few additional steps, we can turn your property into an interactive and sales-boosting experience.

With a virtual tour, you enable your prospective buyers to experience a new and exciting form of property viewing. Around the clock and completely contact-free.

Meeting changing customer needs

A virtual tour creates new opportunities for real estate marketing. It is not about replacing the personal on-site visit with a virtual tour, but rather about fulfilling changed customer needs and facing up to new consumer behavior.

Architectural renderings perfectly serve the needs of architects, developers and real estate agents.

They can help visualize and plan the appearance of a building before construction. In addition, renderings can provide perfect and highly emotional images for marketing during the early planning phase.

Architectural renderings can also be used to study the impact of a building project on its surroundings.

Absolutely. The quality of architectural renderings has become so good that they are often indistinguishable from a photograph, if at all. In addition, a rendering offers maximum flexibility in choosing the perspective of your choice.

The cost of an architectural rendering depends on various factors such as the complexity of the design, the scale of the project and the client’s requirements. – A simple rendering can cost as little as €500, while a more elaborate rendering can cost up to €10,000 or more.

supaCGI already produces your architectural rendering for much less.

The time it takes to produce a rendering depends on various factors, such as the complexity of the design and the number of views.

As a rule, the production of a simple rendering takes a few hours, while the production of a more complex rendering can take several days or even weeks.

An architectural rendering is created based on an architectural plan. The plan should contain detailed information about the size, shape and function of the desired building.

The blueprints must also include specific information about the building’s materials, colours and surface textures.

The rights of use for an architectural rendering are regulated in a contract between the client and the 3D studio.

This contract specifies which rights the client has to the work and to what extent the client may use the work.