Turnberry Ocean Club: When teamwork and exceptional talent come together

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.





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ArX Solutions featured in Univision

We love to let everybody know what is our work about. And we were just featured in this great piece that Univision’s ¡Despierta América! did about us.

No need to say that it was a great honor for us, since Univision is the most important Hispanic TV network in the United States. Please, don’t miss it!

The Real Deal NY

Over 3,500 real estate professionals recently attended The Real Deal’s New Development Showcase & Forum in New York.

We had the opportunity to show the attendees our latest 3-D rendering products, which include animations, interactive renderings and real time solutions.

We were specially delighted to share with attendees the work we have been developing with Turnberry Ocean Club, which left a lasting impression amongst those who visited our booth.

It was also a great opportunity  to greet some of our good old friends who were also in the Big Apple for this important event.

Many virtual-reality enthusiasts stopped by our booth where we  could show them the different and newest visual products we offer that help developers to sell their property.

In the event big-name panelists shared their vision and insight on foreign investment in New York City, the future of crowdfunding and the luxury market .

“Foreign investment panelist Nikki Field, senior global real estate advisor at Sotheby’s International Realty, warned brokers who aren’t finding a way to tap into the Asian market that they are missing a career opportunity, though they’ll have to get used to a new level of wooing,” writes The Real Deal in its on-line publication.

“On the crowdfunding panel, TRD managing web editor Hiten Samtani noted the proliferation of jeans-wearing real estate tech executives, while Prodigy Network CEO Rodrigo Nino tried to allay fears of overcrowding in the crowdfunding space, encouraging new entrants to go right ahead.

One thing is for sure, we always enjoy participating in these events and getting in touch with the needs of real estate professionals.

See you soon in the next TRD Showcase & Forum!


The Real Deal New York

The Real Deal New York

The Real Deal New York

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The Real Deal New York

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500 Walnut, at the crossroads of history

Scannapieco – 500 Walnut Groundbreaking from 500 Walnut on Vimeo.

We are very proud to have worked with Scannapieco Development Corporation in Philadelphia: 500 Walnut.

Situated in the Society Hill area, the location is at the crossroads of history. Residents will have a view of the iconic Independence Bell Tower and the Liberty Bell from this new addition to the city skyline.

And the project, which has already generated a great media buzz in places like Curbed, features our beautiful 3D renderings.

Just take a look at the project’s website to get an idea of how amazing this new development is going to be (and take note of how neat our renderings look!).

With its completion slated for 2017, this 26-story tower, surrounded by park-like settings and expansive views of the river and bridges will feature only 37 residences with exceptional balconies and extraordinary views, 10 of which will be 4,200-square-foot, full-floor residences.

The amenities at 500 Walnut will include billiard rooms, fitness center with yoga studio, three lane glass enclosed lap pool and a massive outdoor terrace featuring fire pits and gathering spaces overlooking historic Independence Park.

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The Real Deal Broward: A great opportunity to showcase our work


Last week we were among the more than 2,000 real estate enthusiasts that mingled at The Real Deal’s Broward Forum and Showcase at the Design Center of the Americas in Dania, Florida.

In the booth of our Turnberry Ocean Club friends, we showcased the most advanced technology in 3-D animations and renderings  in products that we have been designing for them.

Patricio Navarro, President of ArX Solutions, had so much fun showing everyone how the Real Time 3-D virtual tour of Turnberry’s  Sky Club (floors 30,31 and 32) worked.

Like a videogame, with the help of a remote control, he took the guests who stopped by through the amazing architecture and interior design of this ambitious project.





While our Principal in Miami, Gonzalo Navarro, greeted friends and clients, Alejandra Buchanan, the VP of sales and project coordination, also showed how the touchscreen we developed for Turnberry Ocean Club displays the amazing 3-D renderings we created for them.
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10 Sullivan

Every new project we do is as exciting as the last one, with different challenges and solutions to propose to our clients.

A recent project that makes us very proud is 10 Sullivan, which we worked through our New York office, and is located in SoHo.

As The New York Times writes in an article where one of our 3D renderings is featured, “the tower at 10 Sullivan Street, which will be 16 stories and one of the tallest buildings in SoHo, has a shape like a boat and also vaguely resembles the Flatiron Building, thanks to the configuration of its building lot: a long, thin triangle.”

The lot, which was home to a gas station and carwash, was created when the Avenue of the Americas was extended at an angle across gridlike streets in the 1920s.

Its $45 million penthouse is being touted as the neighborhood’s swankiest residence, with curved glass windows and a quirky triangular shape, according to The Daily News.

The spectacular, three-floor home will also have a private pool, rooftop lounge and ceiling heights up to 23 feet.

The 8,360-square-foot penthouse is one of 19 homes at 10 Sullivan , where prices start at $2.97 million and homes have Danish oak floors, radiant-heated flooring, motorized shades and walnut kitchens. The project is slated for completion in 2015.

Can you imagine living here? Just take a look at our 3D renderings.

Have a happy daydreaming!









10 Sullivan project


10 Sullivan project


10 Sullivan project, lobby.