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By Ricardo Eloy

Beyond the Still Image: Is the Future of Architectural Visualization Animated?

A new article on World Architecture.org raises a fascinating question: is the future of architectural visualization animated?
For decades, architects and designers have relied on static images – stunning renders that capture a space in a single breathtaking frame. But can a single viewpoint truly convey the full experience of a design?
Máté Hámori, co-founder of ZOA Studio, proposes a thought-provoking shift in perspective.  The article explores his argument that static images have limitations, failing to capture the flow, movement, and dynamic nature of architecture.  Imagine a vibrant public square or a sun-drenched atrium – a static image might struggle to communicate the energy and atmosphere of the space.
Hámori suggests that animation could be the key. By incorporating movement, animation allows viewers to virtually "walk through" a space, experiencing its scale, transitions, and interplay of light and shadow in a more holistic way. This dynamic approach has the potential to create a deeper emotional connection with the design and a clearer understanding of the architect's vision.
The World Architecture.org article delves deeper into Hámori's perspective, exploring the potential benefits and challenges of using animation in architectural visualization.
Intrigued by the idea of animated architecture?  Curious to see how movement can revolutionize design communication?
Head over to the World Architecture website and read the full interview with Máté Hámori (link to original article). This thought-provoking discussion might just change the way you see architectural visualization!

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CGarchitect Editor/3D Specialist at Chaos

placeSão Paulo, BR