What are the advantages of the 3d rendering visualisation?

    3D rendering is rapidly becoming an essential component of how we conduct business. It is faster, more efficient, and increasingly cost-effective to use 3D models instead of traditional design processes such as 2D sketches and physical mock-ups. It can direct business owners, professionals ( builders, real estate, hospitality project owners ) and individuals in decision making pathways and success.
    Visualising Future Projects and Changes.Branding and Marketing: Streamlined. Stunning Accuracy and Precise Measurements. Clear Communication.

    What is the significance of 3D rendering?

    Three-dimensional rendering is a computer graphics method that employs three-dimensional data and models. The idea is to generate a photorealistic or lifelike image.

    What is the exact process?

    Working with a professional 3D interior designer is a team effort, and you need to take that into account. Work closely with us to get the job done in the fastest time possible and at the most affordable rate.
    Our designers are going to work on your project based on your brief and vision, which is why you need to have a clear idea of what you want. An artist will likely have a sense of budget and fundamentals, but it's your job to convey us properly.

    How much should I charge for 3D renderings?

    As a general guideline, the cost of a visualisation for a complex detailed and advanced product design, will be ranging from $1000 to $5000 USD per view.

    Which professionals need 3d visualisation?

    Real estate industry
    Entertainment industry
    Interior design industry
    Healthcare, prosthetics & medical devices
    Marketing and advertising industry


    What are services in project management?

    We offer the following project management services:
    Project mobilisation. Appointing and managing project professionals. Developing the project concept and feasibility. Managing, coordinating and integrating detailed design within quality, time and budget parameters. Establishing and implementing procurement strategies.

    What questions can I ask a project manager?

    So before the start of your next project, have it in check by asking these essential project management questions:

    • What is the project's objective?
    • When is the deadline?
    • Have you had a similar project before?
    • How will the team communicate?
    • What tools will be used?
    • What are the project's priorities?
    • What are the risks?
    It is vital to understand what a successful project requires from the involved technical team.

    What are the 5 stages of project management?

    Most projects have 5 phases: initiation, definition and planning, execution, implementation, control and close. Each contains specific tasks that will help you reach your project goals.

    What challenges do you face in a project?

    Lack of clear goals and success criteria

    Clarity is one of the most important requirements for the successful completion of the project and the lack of it creates several project management issues. A study states that about 39% of projects fail due to the lack of a project plan and a clearly defined project goal.


    Lighting design is a relatively new field in the construction industry and it may not be obvious why having a lighting designer on the design team is necessary. Here are five of the most important benefits.

    Why should I pay for a lighting designer?

    A lighting designer will analyse your space, the users and their needs in order to provide a holistic lighting solution that considers many factors like glare, visual comfort, your budget, energy consumption, the environment, lighting standards, and light pollution among other aspects, lighting distortion, interior colour quality appearance, light loss factor, lighting quality maintenance, and many more...

    Isn't the lighting done by the architect or the engineer?

    In the best of worlds, yes. There are indeed many skilled architects who understand the importance of vertical illumination or how light affects the spatial perception of a space. Likewise, many engineers are well versed in concepts like LOR, the inverse square law or lux levels. A lighting designer will bridge the gap between the aesthetical and technical aspects of light and lighting to create a lighting solution that integrates as well with the architecture as it does with engineering services.

    Why can't a supplier do the design for me?

    They could, and quite possibly will do the design, for free. A supplier's limitation lies within the range they carry while an independent lighting designer can use any product available on the market. That assures lower total cost for you as the client while attaining a better performing lighting installation thanks to a wider range of products to choose from. More importantly, suppliers earn their living by selling light fittings. More Light Fittings = More Money. At the same time, more light fittings mean more light which does not necessarily mean a better design. Rather it is more likely to mean wasting light, wasting energy, wasting carbon dioxide and wasting money - your money. An independent lighting designer has one focus: To provide the best possible lighting solution for you and your needs, within your budget.

    It's going to cost me a lot!

    Like any professional, a dentist or a lawyer, a lighting designer comes at a cost. There are many ways this cost will recover itself:

    • Energy savings. A carefully planned lighting installation may save significant amounts of energy compared to a not so well planned installation. For existing installations this can be significant enough to give you a very short ROI.
    • Increased sales. Whether your shop is a suburban mega mall or a quaint hipster hangout, the right lighting will help you attract customers into your store, focus and highlight the products while making them appear as attractive as possible which will eventually have positive effects on your sales.
    • Reduced sick days. Lighting can directly affect alertness and stress. By reducing stress and increasing visual comfort people will feel better and be less likely to be absent from work.
    • Improved productivity. The right light for the right task will assist staff to do their work faster and with fewer errors. Light that varies with the natural course of the day will also stimulate the people in a space and increase creativity and well-being. Too much light will on the other hand not lead to increased productivity and glare may be detrimental or even directly dangerous for the staff.
    • Reduced maintenance. Old installations can be heavy in maintenance with light sources failing frequently and significant accumulation of dirt on reflectors and diffusers. Modern lighting equipment have significantly longer service life than it had only 15 years ago and the service occasions can be better planned and budgeted. The light fittings may even be able to tell you when they need service.

    But I don't care about lights.

    Perhaps not, but your body and wallet still does. So do people around you. There is plenty of research performed around the world regarding the effects of light on stress, orientation and circadian cycles that control alertness and rest. By creating the right mood and focussing on the right products, lighting can also increase sales and productivity in shops or workplaces which will affect the bottom line. So if you want to feel better at work or home while making sure your money stays with you, it could be well worth looking at your lighting.



    The designer's ability to communicate their vision is what you're searching for here. Is it the same as yours? ARCON DESIGN for example, does not concentrate in a single design style. We get inspiration from our clientele and what they want, whether it's modern, classic, eclectic, romantic, or calm. Our 18 years portfolio has successful design stories of all the known styles. Marianna Holoway worked in 4 continents, over 18 countries around the world and she has a wide open view when it comes to upscale, luxury, design. She was awarded in 4 major design competitions. Her priority is the satisfaction of her clients. She often claims " it is not how much you know, it is how much you care for your clients that actually matters."


    I recommend all businesses and homeowners to ask this question of their prospective designers. Everyone has an ideal customer, and you have an ideal notion of the designer with whom you wish to collaborate. Being truthful and decisive here will lead you to a magic design adventure . In ARCON DESIGN the ideal customer values beautiful design, extravagant materials, but is simply too busy to do a full-home remodel, a new building project, or a hospitality project on their own. As a result, they hire us to oversee all parts of the process. They are open to new ideas, have faith in our judgement, and value the fact that we manage everything for them. We like working on complete hotel and restaurant projects, new homes, or historic restorations, and large-scale projects.


    You're searching for good feedback and a glance at the designer's portfolio here. These may be available on the designer's website, but it is critical that you inquire about this information at the design meeting. Because our clients frequently prefer internet privacy, we are unable to post their properties online or on social media. However, for the most part, they allow us to share their interiors with potential clients during our design consultations. The consultation is an excellent opportunity for you to view our extensive body of work. You could even see some of the designs we worked on in the past and it is too old to show online!


    Unlike the majority of the interior designers in the US we are actually presenting our design concept through a 3d marketing high-resolution rendering. This way we ensure that our clients understand the final outcome. We don't want surprises. That's why we have repeated customers. We build a trust that cannot break. Here's how our signing process works:
    Each project begins with a thorough conversation to determine the client's goals and aesthetic. We go through inspiration photos and discuss the overall layout of any type of a project.
    Our design team develops a room-by-room concept statement that drives the project's overall design direction.

    We provide completely completed 3d high-resolution design concepts, and if any adjustments are required, they are exhibited in a follow-up presentation when the client is present.

    We can work on your project coordinating the process at an additional cost that varies. It's a ground to finish work that may last a long time. We can warranty the delivery of the project on time. On budget.


    ARCON DESIGN specialises on large-scale, luxury commercial and residential projects.. Unlike other designers, we provide high-quality 3D digital representations for your project. As a result, we do not charge by the hour. We provide a set fixed pricing for the entire job. Some clients' budgets are a little less, while others' budgets are a lot more. We can direct you based on your choices. A cost for the design team to oversee your project will be added to your interior design budget. This fee fluctuates since we have varying charges for senior designers and assistant designers. We'll go through these fees at our first meeting.