We all have the same story. When we were kids we used to draw, paint and play Lego. We used to create. When we got into our dream university we discovered one more element of architecture – visualizations.
The times when architects were responsible for everything, from drawing the very first line to creating presentation boards, are gone. Unfortunately, today it is impossible to be good at everything. Architecture is a broad discipline and it is natural that it has begun to split into different fields. We use our professional experience every day to do things at which we are best. We design visualizations. Thanks to our education, we accurately interpret the expectations of our clients. This helps us to create images that reflect the designers’ ideas. We carefully select the frame and set the lighting to present the building in the most favourable way. As architects, we take notice of everything and pay close attention to detail in creating the scenery.
we’re team players.
For us, architecture is like sport. To win a competition or a tender you need a reliable team with complementary skills.
Direct conversation with the clients and recognition of their needs and expectations always bring us closer to success. We ask questions. A lot! Like kids. Even the most peculiar ones sometimes turn out to be important. Our inquisitiveness stems from the need to search for the right answers. As part of the team, we provoke discussions and look for extraordinary solutions so that the final effect not only stands out in terms of quality and mood, but also becomes an effective marketing tool of the project.
we constantly learn.
It does not matter if we are sitting at a desk or cycling. Constant observation is as important to us as the information from the client, or learning through mistakes. We gather experiences and draw conclusions. In our free time, for entertainment, we take part in architectural competitions. Like everyone, we just like to win. We treat each commission individually. It takes time to understand the project. Conversation with the client is the cornerstone of successful visualization. We do not use ready-made solutions, as each project has a different sensitivity. We believe that only in this way will we be able to create unique images that will be remembered.
The night shot made for the Galileo Reference Centre competition entree was a winner. For the jury, it was clear, seeing this image, who the winner should be. Not just because of the design but understanding the universe and the client as well.
We especially appreciated short daily Skype sessions with screen sharing, where we could see the progress. Jakub and Filip brought valuable comments to the table and made the visuals looking better than we could imagine. I do not need to mention that the whole experience was very professional and everything was on time.
With a flexible and responsive attitude, ELEMENT really shows their commitment with their clients and their challenges.
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PR / CG Artist