Great 3-D renderings don’t happen by accident. They are possible thanks to the successful teamwork that we achieve with our clients.
That is why we are exceptionally proud of our work with Turnberry Ocean Club. It has been the result of months of cooperation in which we have been working with the architect of the project, Carlos Zapata, the interior designer, Janice Clausen, and Richard Hallick, the associate principal of the landscape firm EDSA.
Alejandra Buchanan, ArX Solutions’ VP of sales and project coordination, traveled to New York to meet in person with Mr. Zapata and his team to select together the best angles to showcase of the beautiful 54-story building and to discuss other important details that come with the design of the project.
The amazing interior design you can appreciate in the renderings also came together after working very closely with Janice and her team, who gave us direction and shared her vision for the interiors of the project. We made sure that her selection of color pallet, materials, furniture and other details was reflected in the renderings of this amazing project.
Last but not least, it was a privilege to work so closely with our old friends from EDSA, with whom we have collaborated many times before.
Additionally, we held regular meetings with the Turnberry Ocean Club team to ensure we captured the desired concept for the project.
As result, we came up with more than 50 renderings, animations and 3-D interactives that were the base to create all the solutions that you will be able to see in their sales gallery and that will take you to the full ArXperience.
To see more renderings, please visit our web and stay tuned for more news about this project.
About Turnberry Ocean Club
Turnberry Ocean Club is a luxury tower that contains more than just efficient floorplans and innovative design, it provides a lifestyle and a level of service that is unrivaled. We worked diligently to deliver that message to potential buyers through our renderings.
“This groundbreaking design is both modern and timeless. Intelligent yet simple. It inspires a sense of openness that comes from what you feel, not just from what you see,” writes the developers on the project’s website.
With 54 stories along prime beachfront in Sunny Isles, the Carlos Zapata/Robert Swedroe-designed high-rise masterpiece embodies the energy, architecture and opulence of Miami’s current “it” status.
“The luxury skyscraper on a Collins Avenue address embraces the apex of Miami’s modernity movement: an amalgamation of glass, steel and towering white pillars intersected by sleek protruding balconies on all sides—with a maximum of four units per floor—as well as a duo of cantilevered 30th-floor swimming pools and an al fresco fitness center overlooking the ocean,” says the website.