Using 3D Simulation of Architectural Structures for Indication of LEED Elements

3D rendering represents the architectural structure from all perspectives, particularly on how the building would function within. This method of demonstration effectively proposes new advancements for our growing society. The 3D animation for this architectural structures ensures its LEED certification and its benefit to the environment and the future.

Just like most architectural representations, animation presents the elements of the building that set it apart from other designs. The animation enlightens the viewer on how the building will stand out and how it will be more useful for future generations. It also takes the structure and pulls it apart piece by piece to show locations of all of the basic functions within it. But what is particularly effective of using the 3D architectural simulations is that it acts as a personal guide. It takes you through the inside and outside of the building, displaying various sections of the building, while describing the structure’s interior and exterior assets.

The animation assures that the design is LEED certified while including the future benefits of the architectural structure for future generations. Some of the innovative features shown in the video include a car capacity of 1200 cars with a car counter as well as other green elements that prove it has potential to improve the world, using 3D rendering.

3D animations are simple for viewers to understand and they translate the designer’s idea into a visual representation. They can be a great way to capture the attention of your viewers and effectively advertise an innovative design that benefits future society while including the basic functions of an architectural structure that make it LEED certified.



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