Santa Barbara Beachfront Design


What are we talking about? Photorealistic Renderings help homeowners to make informed decisions BEFORE construction begins, to be confident about how the final results will look, and to drastically reduce unexpected costs to make changes during construction.

Reading construction plans can be difficult, and there is nothing worse than investing your life savings into something that doesn’t turn out the way you had envisioned it. The best way to prevent this scenario is to make sure you know what you’re getting before you pay to have it built. Fortunately, we now have technology available today which enables the modern architect to take the guesswork out of design, letting you experience exactly how your home will look and feel before you take the necessary leap of faith to have it built.


Trent KellyWe are proud to introduce Trent Kelly, the newest addition to Dylan Chappell Architects. He holds a Master of Architecture from the NewSchool of Architecture + Design and is also certified from the U.S. Green Building Council with a professional LEED accreditation.

One of Trent’s many talents is his ability to create photorealistic 3D renderings. The work you’re seeing here are some examples of his past projects. We can now use these types of 3d images to help our clients better understand exactly how their home’s interior and exterior will appear prior to construction. Knowing what you’re going to get before you have it built is a great way to ensure you get exactly what you want, making the design and building process more efficient along the way!


Santa Barbara Beachfront Design Bedroom

 Photorealistic Rending of Beachfront Bedroom

Santa Barbara Beachfront Design Living Room


For more information on how you can envision your next project with photorealistic renderings, give us a call today!
You can also check out our article featured on Who Needs 3-D Design? 5 Reasons You Do




Photorealistic Rending of Proposed Beachfront Living Room

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