In this post we will try to familiarise you with the types of visualisations that are made for clients.

Among the existing types of architectural visualisations, the simplest and most basic should be presented

first is,

Static visualisations

which allow you to see a given image from different perspectives and from different angles. They are characterised

by precision and attention to detail, thanks to which it is possible to obtain an overall view, a certain panorama

of the project. However, static renderings are increasingly being replaced by more dynamic solutions.


It uses not only images but also sound, proving extremely helpful in situations where a two-dimensional image

alone is not enough. Animation certainly helps to better understand the idea and character of a given architectural

solution, as well as to gain a detailed spatial orientation, including for example the location of individual buildings

in relation to one another. It should come as no surprise that this type of visualisation is very often chosen by

developers, especially to present housing estates.

360 Panorame

Panoramas 360 are one of the most interesting forms of photography and architectural visualization.

According to the definition 360 panorama or panoramic photography is a photograph that covers a wide area.

When it comes to digital photography it can be rather defined as a photo which is a result of merging at

least two digital photos. It is worth using the 360 panorama, as it is a great way to present any space,

regardless of the size of the presented interior or type of environment. Thanks to the 360 panoramas, we can

watch the given space in an interactive way, looking around freely, having an impression as if we were standing

in the photographer’s place.