Artist’s Impression Ibiza Roof Terrace in Edinburgh

How We Created an Artist's Impression of an Ibiza-Style Roof Terrace in Central Edinburgh

When the developer of a historic house in Edinburgh's New Town wanted to create an Ibiza-style roof terrace with far-reaching views over the Firth of Forth, they turned to us to create an artist's impression of the proposed design. Here's how we did it.

Understanding the Client's Vision

The first step in creating the artist's impression was to understand the client's vision for the rooftop terrace. We met with the client to discuss their ideas and get a sense of what they wanted to achieve with the terrace.

artists impression edinburgh roof terrace
Artists impression of Edinburgh roof terrace

The client had a clear vision for the terrace. They wanted to create a relaxing and stylish space that would transport visitors to the Mediterranean. The terrace would feature comfortable seating areas, sun loungers, and a bar area, all surrounded by lush greenery and overlooking the Firth of Forth.

With this vision in mind, we began to work on the artist's impression.

Creating the 3D Model

The next step was to create a 3D model of the proposed terrace. We used computer-aided design (CAD) software to create a detailed model of the terrace that included all of the features and elements that the client had requested.

The 3D model allowed us to experiment with different design elements and make changes as needed. We worked closely with the client to make sure that the design met their expectations and accurately reflected their vision for the terrace.

Adding Texture and Detail

Once the 3D model was complete, we began to add texture and detail to the image. We used a combination of software tools and digital painting techniques to create a realistic and detailed representation of the terrace.

We added textures to the decking, furniture, and plants to give the image depth and realism. We also added lighting effects to give the image a warm and inviting feel.

Throughout the process, we worked closely with the client to ensure that the image accurately reflected their vision for the terrace.

Finalising the Image

Once the image was complete, we presented it to the client for feedback. We made any necessary revisions based on their feedback and worked with them to finalise the image.

The final image was a realistic and detailed representation of the proposed terrace. It accurately reflected the client's vision for the terrace and helped them to visualise the finished product.

Using the Artist's Impression for Marketing

The artist's impression of the proposed terrace was a valuable asset for the developer. It allowed them to market the property and generate interest from potential buyers.

The image was included in marketing materials, such as brochures and online listings. It helped to showcase the unique features of the property and demonstrate the potential of the rooftop terrace.

The image was also used in meetings with potential buyers. It helped to give them a sense of what the finished terrace would look like and allowed them to visualise themselves enjoying the space.

Conclusion

Creating an artist's impression of a proposed design is a valuable tool for property developers and homeowners alike. It allows them to visualise the finished product and showcase the potential of their property.

At our company, we pride ourselves on our ability to create realistic and detailed artist's impressions that accurately reflect our clients' visions. By working closely with our clients and using a combination of software tools and digital painting techniques, we are able to create stunning images that help to bring their ideas to life.

If you're a property developer or homeowner looking to create a unique and valuable living space, consider working with us to create an artist's impression of your proposed design. We can help you to visualise the finished product and showcase the potential of your property to potential buyers.

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