Frequently Asked Questions

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A 3D model, together with indications of what areas you would like to show. (any 3D format: DWG, FBX, 3DS, 3DM, OBJ, etc).

If you do not have a 3D model yet, then DWG plans will suffice. All appropriate levels, elevations, sections, etc., together with indications of what areas you would like to show.

Additional useful information:

  • Reference images of material finishes. To understand rugosity, reflection desired, etc
  • Reference images of the result. Previous visuals your team admire
  • Relevant precedents to a similar project

Yes. We avoid having a set number of revisions, and we never close a job until the result is perfect. All revisions are free as we go through our workflow. It is important to make sure you are happy with the progress before confirming moving towards the next step.

Any changes going back on these steps down the line, like lighting or camera relocation, could have a cost associated with them depending on the time required to update them. If the modifications you wish to make go above 60% of the project burden, our team will be happy to start a new project with you.

We utilize interactive systems and enjoy working very closely with our clients, sharing all our references and progress, and making sure we are on the right path. Additionally, before sending any draft for revision, our project managers put all images through a thorough, proprietary quality-control test.

We will meet you wherever you are digitally comfortable! Our team enjoys working on our continuous interactive communication system and can talk via email, skype, slack, or organize team video calls to review the project together, you name it – Plus Render is there!

An architectural rendering project takes around one week to complete, whereas an interior design rendering project takes 48 hours. The actual turnaround time (TAT), on the other hand, is determined by a variety of parameters, including the number of vantage points, the project’s intricacy, and features. Please contact us via the website and provide a brief to find out exactly how long your job will take. Plus Render’s team of experts will consider all of your needs and provide you with a TAT estimate.

The price is determined based on the number of working hours spent on the project and the complexity of the task. Nevertheless, we want to be as transparent as possible with our clients. The prices are closed and stated on the web to avoid surprises. We want our clients to be in control. You can find out more about our volume discounts on our Pricing page or simply contact us for an estimation.

We offer very attractive volume discounts and discounts for combining some of our products, i.e. Interior renders + Virtual Tours or Animation. You can potentially qualify to receive discounts, so be sure to look on our Pricing page or Contact Us for a project estimate.

We mainly use Wise due to its effectiveness. You can easily create an account. We are also able to accept payments made via Wise, Payoneer, PayPal, or SWIFT bank transfers.

Plus Render only requires a 30% payment in advance as a deposit. This will enable us to begin your project in good faith. The remaining payment can be made after you approve the results.

Plus Render is a versatile online firm with Architectural Visualizers located all over the globe. Our headquarters are in Bilbao, Spain, with additional physical offices in Barcelona, Amsterdam, and Bucharest.

We are always open to discuss long-term partnership opportunities. Please do not hesitate to contact our manager with any questions you might have about a friendly quid-pro-quo partnership or apply to be our affiliate.

Because Plus Render has a multitude of professional 3D Artists, Architects & Visualizers, and managers

  • We can be your support during peak season
  • We take on large-scale projects and produce results quickly
  • Because we live and breathe design, we understand that your project is intensive and needs a specialized touch
  • Our services are provided on an ad-hoc basis. This means that we are able to provide superior value for money since you don’t have to pay for our vacations or sick days, fund corporate training, rent equipment, or figure out how to keep us occupied when there are not any projects
  • Our process is simple: project managers handle all of the complexities and linkages across teams.

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Terms & Concepts

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The process of creating a three-dimensional representation using a 3D modeling software like 3DS Max or Rhino. This software uses a mathematical coordinate-based processing tool to provide an accurate representation of the 3D model. Find more about the different types of 3D models here.

The process of creating an Architectural Visualization from a 3D model. First, 3D models are textured, materials are applied, and realistic lighting is calculated. Then photorealistic CGI (computer-generated images) are produced by qualified professionals. Find more about the different types of 3D renders here.

These are virtual 360-degree simulations of an environment that surrounds the user. The user will be able to look around him in a static position.

360-degree renders can be combined into a Virtual Tour. This allows the viewer to virtually visit each space in a static in a 360º view. The viewer can jump from one room/space to another, virtually visiting a property.

A 3D environment is created for the viewer to walk around it freely. This powerful software renders images in real-time, allowing users to maneuver freely in this space, understanding the proposal from different perspectives. Either a laptop or VR glasses can be used to experience this.

A 3D Architectural Video is generated by powerful software that combines multiple renders/still images per second. These three-dimensional animations capture a digital environment that has been 3D modeled.

Draft renders are used to show how a project looks before the final rendering. The quality of lighting, reflections, resolution, and textures in drafts are strongly reduced to save time and computer resources. Thanks to draft renders, you can check each visualization to make necessary corrections before the final rendering.

A 2D plan drawn to scale that shows the layout of a property or space from above. Thanks to 2D plans, which are usually done in AutoCAD (.dwg format), and elevation plans, we can design a 3D model of the property.

Axonometric perspectives allow the viewer to analyze a 3D Model from a diagonal perspective. In architecture, it’s mainly used to understand the depth and length of a building and understand the room distribution and space.

A wide view of an extensive area in all directions. It’s different from a 360º perspective since Panorama views do not capture all the surroundings.

It’s the exercise of professionals that creates an attractive and photorealistic visualization. They use techniques like adjusting color balance, obtain realistic light conditions, enhancing light effects, adding depth to the image, and incorporating real elements such as cars and people.

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Don’t worry if you don’t already have a detailed project plan in place. We’ll collaborate with you and develop your idea together.

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