Stories from the studio
3D Printing in Architecture
The phrase "3D printing" refers to a variety of techniques and technologies that provide a broad range of capabilities for producing parts and products in a variety of materials. Essentially, all of the processes and technologies have one thing in common: they all include layer-by-layer creation in an additive process, as opposed to traditional ways of production that involve subtractive methods or molding/casting processes.
CUUB studio is a winner at The ArchDaily Architectural Visualization Awards in the Conceptual category
We hasten to share our happiness and pride, as we have won the public voting at The ArchDaily Architectural Visualization Awards in the Conceptual category with our Freedom Illuminated by the Sun project.
What’s next in the world of 3D rendering?
We live in an amazing world where content surrounds us everywhere in all industries. Visual content dominates the digital world and its percentage is growing daily.
Designing the Metaverse: Role of Architecture in Virtual Environments
How can the new digital virtual worlds be filled? Over the last 20 years, everything done has been predicated on high-end 3D creations. Only 3D visualization experts are aware of this technology. “Hey, how do we do this with other creative designers, including 2D and 3D artists?' is commonly asked.
3D Rendering for architects: 5 Tips to Use visualization to effectively communicate designs to the clients
3D rendering has made the architecture world even more powerful and robust in recent years. Today, we’re going to review seven tips that help architects effectively communicate designs to clients.
Real Estate Rendering: How It Brings Your Presentation to the Next Level
Architectural visualization is a part of the real estate industry that can naturally increase sales, keep business ahead of the competition, and help reach a high point of success.
Architectural animation vs. static render – what’s the difference and how to choose between them
The technology and software tools of the design world keep getting better and better, leaving some architects and designers to wonder what they should be using to share finished projects with clients.