In interior design and architecture there will always be a part of the work that will consist of being able to show the client the result that the project will take once it is finished, taking into account that there will always be information that the plans cannot offer, being this the starting point of our work.
In this sector we cannot find a specific term or technicality that defines us; there is actually quite a lot of confusion on this issue.

Here in Spain we are known as infographers, computer graphics or 3D designers. Internationally we are known as visual architect, archvisualizer (a term resulting from combining architecture and visualizer), or CG Artist (computer-generated graphics artists).

Every project begins with an idea, and in order for it to be developed optimally we need as much information and documentation provided by the client as possible, which can be summarised as follows: plans, specifications, materials, etc.

This information and its quality will help, on the one hand, the fluidity during the elaboration and development of the project and, on the other hand, will contribute to the final result being the one expected and the one that best suits the client's expectations.

This is where our work begins; starting with the 3D survey of the projected work (walls, interior walls, floors, windows, surroundings...).

Once this is done, we will proceed to the placement of the cameras to determine, in agreement with the client, the points of view or focus from which we will see the final work. After this process, we will create the materials and incorporate them into the project.

The next step is the lighting of the scene; with which we help to create the desired atmosphere. We consider this phase to be of great importance, as the lights will help to make the project even more realistic, which is what we are trying to achieve from the beginning....

Once here we will advance with the details, decorating the scenes (furniture, vegetation, people, objects, etc.) according to their typology (exteriors or interiors), the client's guidelines, and/or the contribution of our ideas and creativity.

Once this process is finished, different low resolution infographics will be shown to the client so that he/she can see the results and contribute ideas regarding possible changes before making the final renders.

With the approval of the previous renders we will proceed to the final rendering in high resolution and postproduction, thus obtaining the final images with all the details of the idea that will finally become a reality.

Anyone who has a project or idea that they want to turn into reality will want to visualise it, and this is our objective.

However, our clients are usually architects, builders, engineers... who need to see how their project will look; helping them to define their ideas through a visualisation of the final work, to see possible changes to be incorporated, etc.

We also work with all kinds of commercial sectors: furniture manufacturers, wood, wallpaper, lighting sector...; who use our services for the display and sale of their products.

Although in our work there is no established price list, we can talk about elements that can determine the final price, which are: project dimensions, degree of detail, difficulty in its execution, as well as the number of infographics to be made... therefore being established on an individual basis for each assignment.