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AVdesign bvba • Architectural Visuals

About

AVdesign bvba was founded in 2006 and is a innovated and dynamic studio located in Kortrijk (Belgium), specializing in high-end architectural visualization • animations • film that demonstrate the project within his attractive environment. All kinds of projects for architects, project development, real estate, advertisement agencies, interior designers....

Our architecture work includes exterior and interior 3D visualization that are characterized by highest realistic qualities.

We offer our clients the ability to create photo-realistic simulations that best-demonstrate the project.

Who I Am

Johan Reyns • 3D artist

Always eager to learn and develop new techniques and discovering new ways to express architectural projects with an open-minded approach.

Autocad 90%
3D studio Max 90%
Photoshop 80%
After Effects 70%
3D Modelling 85%
Texturing 80%
Lighting 70%
Post Production 90%
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Projects

185

Clients

What We Offer

AVdesign provide high-end products, aimed for excellence, while constantly renewing and refining our professional skills. The quality of our work is very important to us - whether the project is a house, apartment(s), offices, interiors or other - AVdesign is committed to producing work of the highest quality for its clients.

3D STILLS

photo-realistic architectural | Real Estate | Interior Rendering

3D ANIMATIONS

3D Walkthrough | Real Estate Animation

PROMO

we are constantly looking for new ways to develop floor plans, elevations and sketches into high resolution images.

ART

Escape to invoke feelings and composing stories with traditional art through colours and forms.

Projects

it’s all about light

Architectural Visualisation at AVdesign gives shape, context and reality to the most inspiring projects. Working at the point where architecture and technology meet, 3D visualisation brings concepts and ideas alive to evoke emotions and dreams.

More photos

I never read I just look at pictures

Andy Warhol | Moderna Museet,Stockholm Sweden | 1968