The Importance Of
For building construction and renovations, design renderings create a shared goal for clients and their building team, and as a result, saves time and money in a process that has many moving parts. These visual representations breathe life into ideas, enabling us to see the potential of a space before moving forward with a build.
They serve as powerful tools that bridge the gap between imagination and reality, revolutionizing the way we approach and execute projects.
Design renderings have an innate ability to transform abstract concepts into tangible visions. These renderings allow you to see the proposed changes or new construction in stunning detail. They bring clarity to complex ideas, allowing all parties to visualize the end result and make informed decisions about design elements, materials, and spatial arrangements.
They also help facilitate communication between clients, contractors, and architects, aligning expectations, and allowing all parties to share feedback, and work together towards a shared vision. Most importantly, this minimizes potential misunderstandings and ensures a more streamlined construction process.
University of New England - College of Infomatics
We created a rendering of UNE's proposed new College of Infomatics building, which was grounded in geometric shapes with the concept of modular objects as the inspiration behind the design.
A proposed tavern overlooking a river with warm wood accents and a hint of ski lodge interior, with high ceilings and exposed beams to set it apart from your everyday tavern.
The Great Outdoors, At Home
This project highlighted the concept of embracing the outdoors through the thoughtful design of two stunning decks. In this residential remodel in Harpswell, Maine, we added a second story to a ranch style home and incorporated the client's love of the outdoors. This house is a testament to the beauty and functionality that can be achieved when indoor and outdoor spaces seamlessly blend together.
SunTan City replaced an old Quiznos restaurant, and requested a more modern building design that would appeal to their customers and retain a spacious interior that accommodated a steady flow of customers and their collection of tanning beds and equipment.
Cabin Inspired Commercial Space
We were tasked with designing a rendering of a commercial space that was unique in its resemblance to a cabin. It was meant to exude the warm ambiance of a rustic woodland retreat, with the rich textures and natural warmth of wood at the forefront of the design.
St. Joseph's Convent, The Motherhouse
A historic landmark in Portland, this building had housed nuns, but had been vacant for many years, until a proposal was submitted to rehabilitate the building into a senior housing project. We created initial designs to showcase a renewed space that kept much of its historically significant design elements.