The term rendering or photorealistic rendering, defines the process that enables the realization of a very realistic artificial image of the final result of a project, starting from a three-dimensional computer model. Thanks to interior design or outdoor design rendering images of a building, communication becomes clear and captivating, capable of providing surprising results.

More specifically, it is a computer-processed image following three-dimensional modeling based on project data; the geometric model created is covered with colors identical to the real materials (texture) and illuminated by light sources that reproduce natural or artificial ones.

After creating a static image, the frames can also be seen in sequence generating a real animation: for example it is possible to virtually “walk” through the compartments of a room or to “fly” over a very large building complex showing all the characteristics.

Therefore, the use of photorealistic rendering becomes fundamental in our architectural design activity.