More about architecture illustration
Architectural illustration often involves turning plans and sketches into impressive artworks that demonstrate how a development will look once constructed. The aim might be technical accuracy, but often it is to visualise the structures and their wider environment, capturing the atmosphere and adding a human dimension. This makes the project desirable to investors, local authorities, buyers and the local community.
In other cases, architecture illustrators visualise existing buildings. This includes anything from ancient structures depicted in history books through to companies commissioning artwork of their buildings, turning them into important landmarks for staff and clients.