The 21st century has opened up unprecedented perspectives for mankind. One of the innovations of the 21st century is 3D technology. These technologies are fully applied in the development of home interior design.
The concept of 3D came to us from the English language (three-dimensional) and means being in three dimensions.
Drawings and layouts gave way to 3D technologies. Three-dimensional graphics, with the help of designers, helps to visualize future renovations, and even the arrangement of furniture in the home to the smallest detail.
The desire to change the atmosphere in the house or in the office sometimes visits the owners of real estate or office workers. Naturally, a change in situation entails the production of repairs – an expensive and sometimes protracted process. Therefore, repair errors should be kept to a minimum. Previously, all design mistakes “floated out” only after the completion of the repair. Today the situation is completely different.
Specially developed 3D computer programs have a wide functionality and solve various problems related to the interior as well. With their help, for example, you can choose the optimal lamp for a given room or consider the compatibility of furniture with the general situation in the apartment. 3d interior modeling allows the designer to get a photo – a realistic picture of the room and the design being developed in it.
The owner of the apartment being repaired has the opportunity to consider various options to the smallest detail: the implementation of repairs, the arrangement of furniture, plumbing and other “little things”. At the same time, he absolutely does not need to imagine how all this will look in reality, it is enough just to look at the “picture” on the computer.
With the help of 3D modeling technologies, even during the development period, you can clearly see how (even the smallest and insignificant) interior details will look like.
In order for the customer to be able to realize all his innermost ideas, projects are developed even taking into account the redevelopment of housing. The appearance of the premises, its functionality, the correct organization of the living space, ideally matched places for the installation of lighting fixtures, furniture and accessories – all this can be assessed even before the start of the renovation, since these factors are displayed and developed in a 3D project.
Thanks to 3D technology, it is possible to calculate the amount of necessary building materials that are required for the repair.
Advantages of 3D modeling
- Ability to evaluate and correct design ideas in the process. At the same time, financial costs are minimized.
- Visualization of the most realistic and accurate design.
- Fast and high-quality creation of sketches of design projects on a digital level. For reference: before the advent of 3D technologies, sketches, drawings and sketches had to be done manually, which took quite a long time.
- Ability to adjust existing projects. Moreover, these changes (textures, furniture, colors, decorations) do not require a global investment of time and effort: they happen quickly and easily.
- There is an opportunity to work with individual elements of the project or with the entire project as a whole. Here the designers take 3D modeling computer programs as their assistants, since the process itself is labor-intensive, the use of specialized programs helps to simplify and speed up the work on the creation of the project.
- Combining interior projects with a variety of professional programs. For example, on the basis of a design project developed and approved by the customer, you can easily calculate a construction estimate.
3D models are produced in 2 stages. First, the model is designed at the level of mathematical calculations. This stage, of course, does not require ordinary mathematical knowledge. The second stage is creating a projection. This stage is also difficult and long, but the customer will be amazed by the result by 100%.
Today, in practice, 3D modeling is leading in the development of interior design. During modeling, a 3D model is developed based on real-life objects. In this case, all proportions are observed. Digital 3D models are created based on diagrams, drawings, descriptions, sketches, etc.