INTERIOR DESIGN, Bar Concept
The above rendering is an example of how far we can take a concept in its visualization. This image was created for a client who is highly visual, and wanted to see exactly what the finished interior of the main deck bar on his tri-deck motor yacht would look like. The image of the space, modeled by EYD and rendered by Sinot Branding and Design, gives an unparalleled opportunity for a realistic representation of everything from hardware and furnishings to materials and finishes and their level of sheen. This can be an invaluable tool for designer and client in making sure we are on the same page.
A picture is worth a thousand words. Conceptualizing an interior is no mean feat. The first step in any design process is the articulation of an idea. Different clients will have different comfort levels when it comes to the visualization and description of an idea. Often times a client will have some reference material or photos of vessel or an interior which is similar to that which he or she is envisioning. It isn’t until the concept is codified by committing it to paper or modeling it that it can be shared, and by sharing is allowed to evolve in a collaborative way.
At Estabrook Yacht Design we have a multitude of means by which we can help you to describe your concept before making the commitment to proceed with a build program. The range of tools and techniques runs the gamut from the tried and true “napkin sketch” to the most modern surface modeling software and photo realistic rendering techniques. Our intent is to provide an illustration of your dream detailed enough to gain a level of comfort which allows us to proceed with the build knowing you will get exactly what you want.