3D Exterior

Photorealistic 3D exterior rendering services.

Our architectural design team will work with you to develop your ideas into high-quality photorealistic renders which bring your buildings to life to show off their individual characteristics. 


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Our process is collaborative and iterative. We’ll check in with you at each key approval point, and when you’re happy to proceed, we’ll move to the next stage.

You’re in the driving seat — controlling the timeline and influencing each design decision.

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Brands like these trust Plus Render to deliver exceptional visualizations every time.


3D exterior rendering is the process of creating a realistic and detailed 3D image or animation of the exterior of a building or structure. It involves using specialized 3D software to visually represent the building and its surroundings, including landscaping, lighting, and environmental factors such as weather conditions.

The 3D exterior rendering process typically involves the creation of a digital model of the building or structure, which is then textured and lit to create a photorealistic image or animation. This allows designers, architects, and clients to visualize the construction realistically and to make changes and modifications to the design before construction begins.

3D exterior rendering is important in the architecture and real estate industries. It allows designers and clients to see how a building will look in its final form and make decisions based on its visual appearance. It is also used in marketing and advertising to showcase the design of a building to potential buyers or investors.

The cost of an exterior 3D render can vary widely depending on several factors, such as the project’s complexity, the level of detail required, the software and hardware used, and the expertise of the 3D artist.

Outsourcing the work to a professional 3D artist or a rendering service can cost anywhere from a few hundred to several thousand dollars depending on the project’s scope and the artist’s experience.

It’s important to note that prices can vary greatly depending on the location, the artist’s experience, and the project’s specific requirements. For example, a simple residential exterior may be less expensive than a complex commercial building. Therefore, it’s best to get a quote from a professional for a more accurate estimate of the cost of an exterior 3D render.

Several types of renders can be used for exterior rendering, each with advantages and disadvantages. The choice of render depends on the specific requirements of the project and the desired outcome. Here are some of the most common types of renders used for exterior rendering:

  • Ray-tracing render: Ray-tracing is a rendering technique that simulates the behavior of light in a scene. It produces highly realistic images with accurate lighting and shadows, making it ideal for exterior rendering.
  • Radiosity renders: Radiosity is a technique that simulates how light bounces between surfaces in a scene, creating a soft and realistic effect. It’s often used for architectural visualization and exterior rendering.
  • Volumetric render: It is a technique that creates a 3D representation of a volume of space, such as clouds or fog. It’s often used for exterior rendering to create atmospheric effects such as mist, haze, or fog.
  • Real-time render: this render allows for creating interactive 3D environments in real-time. It’s often used in video games but can also be used for exterior rendering to create interactive visualizations.

Ultimately, the best render for exterior rendering depends on the project’s specific needs, such as the level of detail required, the desired outcome, and the available budget. 

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