Architectural Illustration

For the last thousand years or so, artists have been drawing buildings and their surrounding built environment. Early architectural illustration work involved drawing city scenes and detailed cathedral drawings. Most Architectural Illustration rendering work today marries both science and art harmoniously to project accurately the look and feel of individual buildings, new proposed developments, large regeneration projects or parks and open space areas.

Our architectural rendering work has primarily involved projects with an emphasis on the outdoor realm: how buildings and new developments might look from the outside, parks, open space areas, plazas and street scenes. Less rigid informal architectural illustration also lends itself to the master planning process, where more conceptual sketches, studies, illustrations and renderings assist citizens, property owners and decision-makers all to better envision how a particular project might look and feel once completed.