Laird Residence Schematic Rendering
Renderings of the Laird Residence which were undertaken to get a feel for the size and lighting of the spaces prior to their construction. As you can see in the pairs presented, if done correctly, the rendering can be a very credible take on what will actually get built. The top pair is an exterior rendering and then a picture taken early in construction that matches it almost exactly. The next pair is a rendering of the kitchen which looks pretty close to what was installed, the major difference being the lens angle used on the camera versus the angle used in the rendering. The stairwell doesn’t quite capture the light, but it does look pretty similar to what was built. Computers still don’t always reflect light the way they should and often the interior renderings appear much darker and more contrasted than they should which is something to keep in mind when reviewing interior renderings when light is important. The last image is looking out to the view out of the great room, and we hope to get a picture soon of that view that isn’t badly compromised by construction activities as again, the biggest difference between what’s there and what was guessed is the camera angle used in the rendering.