In this interview, head filmmaker at Ten Over Media and director Rémi Anfosso discusses how he has bridged the gap between real-life filmmaking and architectural visualizations made in Lumion.
The World Architecture Festival (WAF) and Lumion are celebrating the best-in-class architectural renderings with the 2021 Visualization Prize. Submissions are open until October 22nd and live judging takes place at the festival in Lisbon.
With their beautifully produced Aedas City animation, Beehive made history by creating the largest ever project rendered in Lumion. In this interview, you’ll step behind the scenes and discover how they made it.
In this breathtaking animation by the talented rendering team at Beehive, you’ll discover ‘Aedas City,’ a massive visualization project that demonstrates the boundless possibilities of rendering with Lumion.
With Lumion, you can render more than a building. Render your client’s dream home, render a story about design that moves emotions, render the space where life happens.
As an architect, you have interesting ideas about the design and how it relates to the real world, but you’ll need more than a 3D model to get your point across. With Lumion, you can express your unique vision of the design — something full of color, life and personality.
Let’s get straight to the heart of it: rendering with Lumion brings a refreshing simplicity to the task. And it’s through the easy door that you’ll find a whole new world of rendering opportunities.
Lumion is satisfying to work with and it produces results that delight the client. It allows for moments of comfort and joy to seep into the process, making rendering feel like a luxury during those busier days at the office.
Forget all those memories of painful rendering experiences. Lumion changes all this by fitting right into your design process, giving you clarity and insight at any moment along your journey towards design perfection.
An untidy bed on a sunny morning. A lively sidewalk in a big city. Discover how Lumion helps architects place their designs in the context of real life.