Presentation by Jean Thiriet, Thea Render.
Within the course of an architectural project, the meeting of client objectives, site constraints and the architect's ideas gradually shapes the future building.
At the heart of this creative process, a virtual model is used to bring together different elements of the reflection (handmade sketches, CAD drafts, etc.) into a coherent object. This model is refined many times as the project evolves, and is ultimately used as a support to create accurate images of it, at each step of its development.
Based on a set of projects from the Parisian architectural studio DTACC, this presentation will show how the Thea Render software occupies a central place, in both the design process and the communication phase, by allowing fast and precise photo-realistic representations of virtual models.