Who we are
CUUB is a global creative content studio. Our team focuses on producing digital assets for promoting projects in the domains of luxury residential, real estate, commercial, and cultural properties. We combine artistic with practical problem-solving. Our projects are the result of streamlined workflows and a creative approach to visual communication.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Marketing Officer
Human Resources Generalist
Project Management Officer
Lead Animation Artist
Partner at Fender Katsalidis
Compelling visualisations are no longer just a marketing tool in architecture, they have become a fundamental expectation. Planning authorities expect to understand clearly how our proposals will affect the cities in which we work, and clients want that same degree of certainty for the spaces in which they are going to live and work in. The images that CUUB produces allows us to communicate the design work we do in the best possible way, and as a design business that is of utmost importance.
Director of Perth studio at DKO Architecture
DKO are a fan of your work as there is a lot more than architecture and painting a picture, it is the essence of life, the emotion and the vibe that is as important to capture. We believe the CUUB team do a great job doing so.
Kin Seng Choo
Founder at C.Street Projects
CUUB did an impressive job understanding the local context and our architectural specifications. CUUB’s familiarity with Melbourne and the design culture here really does help. I think that CUUB is also able to bring its experience with other global projects to create its own style and interpretation of Melbourne designs.
Partner at the Main Properties
We loved working with CUUB, prompt back and forth emails, highly responsive and very amenable and flexible to explore alternatives and finally to go with our decisions. I would seriously highly recommend CUUB, their quality of output is exemplary, the real life like quality of the images surpass most of what I’ve seen in the marketplace. When you really have to look at an image to see if it's real or not, that is when you know you have a great renderer on your hands.