Carlton Manor is a charming, luxury manor house near Beverley, Hull in the heart of the East Yorkshire countryside. Having recently changed ownership, leading to an extensive refurbishment, Carlton Manor is undergoing a complete re-image including the branding message.
The re-branding exercise has been undertaken by Punch Creative, a creative agency based in Leeds. Part of the brief was to create hyper-realistic CGI, of the planned design of the Manor house, to start attracting guests ahead of the planned launch in mid-2021.
Enter D Cube and, as you can see the results are stunning.
3D Services: Hyper-realistic CGI, Interior Visualisation
"These images have nailed the quintessential British character of the venue and we love the final result!"
The timeline required for these images was short and, with the level of detail required, it was essential to ensure that every piece of the brief was scrutinized to minimise changes from the first draft.
The detail provided was into the minutiae of each product/fabric and elevation, so it was a huge task to pull everything together in the short time we had available.
The approach from D Cube was to assign a project manager to this task as a sole focus. This ensured the detail was clearly and coherently passed to the CGI team in a timely fashion. All the fabric requirements were pulled together into one location, from various websites, and colour swatches were taken for the paint samples.
A major part of the solution, in getting this project completed to the deadline, was down to our stylist team, who worked tirelessly to find products from our library to go into the scenes. The products matched, as closely as possible, to those chosen by the interior designer which removed a huge time element in modeling products from scratch. This was possible thanks to our library of over 60,000 products.
Although this isn’t always an option, it worked in this case as the brief was to give prospective guests a sense of the charm and atmosphere of a stay at the Carlton Manor venue, as opposed to a sign-off for the actual interior design itself.