Virtual tour homes in Alella

This new real estate boom forces companies in the sector to differentiate themselves from the competition. Either through quality projects or, simply, by price they manage to stand out from the competition.

The international company Sotheby’s Real Estate seeks to have the highest quality products. Charming houses in which the prospective buyers imagine enjoying their future home just by seeing an image.

In Berga & González, we think it is important to have quality and realistic architectural visualisations as spending becomes investment by getting the sales process accelerated and therefore save costs.

The commissioned included a virtual tour of one of the houses of their new real estate development. Designed by the renowned architect Carlos Ferrater OAB and Alberto Peñín. They propose contemporary-style apartments in which are interlaced curved with straight elements offering homes with pure, fresh and open lines.

The exterior spaces play a leading role in the development. A large garden with a swimming pool where the generous terraces of the apartments and the gardens of the ground floor look at.

Prior to the virtual tour, the still architectural visualisations were produced. Using reference images we present to the client different styles of interior design. Once selected, the furniture and all the decorative elements were place to help giving the necessary realism to the visualisations.

The uniqueness of the promotion forced to make several tests to find the most attractive points of view both exterior and interior. This point is always controversial due of the difficulty of finding a balance between showing as much as possible and, in turn, getting striking images.

We would like to thank the Sotheby’s Real Estate the confidence shown in our team and all the facilities provided to carry out this virtual tour. Here you have the link to the development where you will find more details.

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