Founder of arch-vis design studio Triple-D (opens in new tab), George Nijland has been visualising architectural projects, interiors and industrial objects since 1998. A talented 3D artist, Nijland creates beautiful and inspiring realistic renders for his clients.
Based in the Netherlands, Nijland has worked with various architects, property developers and interior designers during his career. His 3D creations allowing his clients to view every angle of the design as well as showing the potential of the space inside.
We've selected five of our favourites, but head to Behance (opens in new tab) to check out a fuller selection of Nijland's imaginative and inspiring work.
Nijland created this gorgeous 3D impressions of a private residence in China for Netherlands-based ARX Architects (opens in new tab). The designer produced a series of beautiful 3D daytime and evening renders covering every angle of the property.
This interior scene showcases Nijland's skills for interior visualisation perfectly. In fact, upon first glance, it's hard to believe that this is a CG image. The designer created a series of renders for this 'Heijmans' project for a Dutch developer.
Titled 'Project Lochem', Nijland created a series of 3D daytime renders for Maas Architects (opens in new tab), based in Lochem. The set of images covers all angles of the property, including a gorgeous swimming pool scene.
Another project for ARX Architects (opens in new tab), Nijland created a series of interior and exterior 3D renders for this project 'Silvoide'. The images showcase the property's design beautifully, in particular the amount of light that would fill each room due to its huge glass windows.
No, this is not a photo. But you'd be forgiven for thinking so. This ultra-realistic render is part of an ongoing project Nijland has been working on this year. The designer has created a series of interior and exterior renders and they're all unbelievably realistic.
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