DPRO is proud to have collaborated with Ambjent Malta for the past several years on various projects involving the visualization of public gardens in Malta. We are pleased to be part of a team that has transformed so many green spaces in a manner that serves the people and preserves our environment.
When DPRO was commissioned to produce the 3D visualizations of the Art Diamond Boutique, our goal was twofold: ensure the details of their minimal material palette were accurately represented and to accurately communicate the architects’ vision. Through hours of meticulous work on our photorealistic renderings, we successfully captured and amplified the subtle nuances of this project.
Design: Valentino Architects
Working with the knowledgeable Avenue 77 marketing team was essential when executing visual production. Our unified mission was to capture the very essence of a post-COVID workspace; one that factors in both enhanced wellbeing and flexible working capabilities for its users.
Design: SoulBricks, Belgium
It was an honor to collaborate with Valentino Architects to bring their unique restoration of the historic Balluta Buildings project to life. The interior visualizations showcase a remarkable attention to detail, accentuating the majestic beauty of this Maltese heritage icon. We understand that it is not enough to merely represent architecture as it appears – it takes a subtle blend of lighting profiles and angles to truly capture the ambience and atmosphere. It was a pleasure to have brought our expertise in communicating architectural successes such as the Balluta Buildings.
Design: Valentino Architects
Render studies produced for Chris Briffa’s Casa Bottega.
Design: Chris Briffa Architects
Next week a legion of professionals from a diverse collective of related industries, will emerge from the woodwork (pun intended), to attend the annual London Build Expo.
At its core, the visualization and 3D rendering process is the manipulation and the development of a 3D model into a pixel perfect image. Applying this methodology to a design process virtually allows the user to undergo phases of research and development until the optimal design is obtained. The freedom to experiment and alter designs without the need of any physical prototyping, allows for increased performance and effectiveness in manufacturing, directly resulting in decreased overhead costs and miscalculated errors. The use of this technology has been adopted by various industries to aid and speed up decision making processes. This has directly affected the growth of each subsequent market.
For the second consecutive year, our team could not come together to properly celebrate another twelve months of hard work and perseverance. This being said, we are not here to focus on the negative but to be grateful for all the positives which have emerged over the past year.