When working with interior designers and interior fit-out specialists our designers like to work closely to ensure communication is clear & concise. To achieve this all projects are uploaded onto an online cloud portal, allowing collaboration from anywhere. This cloud based service ensures our CGI services to be transparent, honest and open. All drafts and each round of comments/amends are saved and can be reviewed anytime.
This process allows our team to work on several projects at once whilst still producing high levels of quality and consistency. Each project can be tracked from start to finish and reviewed once completed to suggest improvements and increase speed and fluidity on future projects.
The process starts with the client information. Our team review this in detail, clarifying any grey areas. Building a complete picture of what is required and ensuring all relevant information is present for the CGI process.
The next step is to utilise this information to produce draft visuals. Draft visualisations allow the viewing angle to be discussed and decided and the basic structure of the space can be scrutinised to confirm it is correct.
Once the draft is confirmed we progress to the next stage, this step adds all of the textures and materials to the scene. Plus, props are added to complete the overall look of the space.
Further drafts are produced to confirm that colours, textures, materials and other finer details are correct. Once signed off the scene is rendered out in full resolution. Producing either a still image, animation video or VR scene.
Post production is then carried out to add the final touches to the CGI and population elements (people) can be added to the scene if required.
The commercial interior fit out sector works hand in hand with the CGI visualisation sector as many of the industries leading furniture manufacturers (Steelcase, Humanscale and Herman Miller) produce accurate 3D models of their products. Allowing CGI companies such as Workspace CGI to add exact representations of furniture into interior scenes with little effort.