Envisaged have been very busy certifying several new housing schemes across the Yorkshire region and further afield, including growing business in London and it's surrounds. If you have an upcoming housing project that requires inspection and a Professional Consultant Certificate contact us now for a very competitive quote
Here is the final view from the street that we produced for a new large York residence. We had produced images for this project a few years ago to help the client obtain planning approval. Due to various design changes, however, the client decided to submit a new planning application and asked us to revised the model and produce new images.
.... and here is the original image we did, for comparison ....
This month completed some low resolution renders of a large modern house in York to aid the client and architect with their design process and their choice of external materials
Envisaged are helping with an exciting new housing development in Burniston near Scarborough, about to go into planning in the near future, stay tuned ....
When you buy trees and plants from a model store, however, you will often see that the leaves render obscurely - but when you look at real leaves with the sun behind them they get a lovely translucent green quality.
If you want to use tree models, and you want to recreate a translucent leaf effect, here is how I did it (3dsMax Mental Ray settings):
Note that this is only relevant for deciduous trees because conifers etc don't have noticeably translucent leaves - their needles are too thick.
These settings should create vibrant leaves with sunlight glowing through them, and even will cast a glowing shadow on the ground that will look far more realistic than simply obscure non-light transmitting leaves.
Envisaged are proud to be helping with the development of a new Premier Inn hotel in Scarborough. The project involves the conversion of the old Scarborough Conservative Club on Huntriss Row into a new 90 bed five storey hotel to extend the existing Premier Inn hotel building. A whole new floor is to be added to the building, with the retained listed brick and stone facade, including the original oriel bay corner tower, extended in height. Construction is primarily using a metal lightweight frame, but with a steel and concrete structure to the front section of the hotel to help restrain the retained frontage. The project has started on site this month and expected to take one and half years to complete with a project value of around £6m.