What Architect and Developer (A&D) would not want to keep their 3D rendering projects in-house? In-house 3D visualizations always save every architect company time and money, provide a comfort zone, and protect the confidentiality of each developer’s client.
Always? Every? This is far from the truth.
Words like “always”, “each”, and “every” is a red flag that your A&D’s decision making could use its own red pen.
You and I both know—even cookie-cutter real estate developments and tract housing are not exactly alike. Well, neither are those 3D visualization projects your in-house team has been churning out. They’re not as cost-effective or profitable as you may think.
Certainly, the devil is in the details. I think it’s time to burn any in-house myths you have.
I’m going to highlight ways your architect business can both leverage convenience and stack some cash while producing wickedly good 3D renders that help seal the deal with your investors and clients.
“Having a credible 3D artist overseas saved our work hours and helped us meet project budgets many times. The difference in time zones works well with many of our highly time-sensitive projects since we’re able to establish a 24-hour workflow process with both our 3D artist and client” – explains Architectural Project Manager, Steve Mitchell.
“Procuring a remote 3D visualizer in the past has tremendously helped our company keep a constant flow of production,” a team member of The Enclave explained to us. “Certain specialists have a targeted, invested eye for detail and the experience that is needed for the type of interior renders that drive emotion in our clients”.
You and I both know—these are benefits that you can’t get for each and every project, simply from your in-house 3D team… and damn sure, not from doing those 3D projects yourself.