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25 Absolutely Stunning ArchVis Projects in UE4

A selection of architectural visualization projects released by UE4 users in the recent months.

It has not even been a year (although it feels like two to me) since Unreal Engine 4 was released for free to the general public, and there has already been so much awesome work in the community. Browsing the forums for everyone’s latest projects that are being brainstormed, work in progress, or newly released is a great way to get inspired and motivated on a slow day.

What I find particularly impressive is the growing number of highly skilled artists working on architectural visualization. I remember building a luxury mansion level for my very first game project in the early 2000’s. PCs were so much slower back then, and the practical limit for the number of polygons in view was about three hundred. We’ve come a long way since, and so much has changed. Photo-realistic interior and exterior environments can now be rendered and even experienced in virtual reality in real-time.

Likewise, the tools and techniques for creating 3D models and textures seem to have advanced exponentially, and the art work being created with them are nothing short of breathtaking. Even though I am now spending most of my day working on the Engine and its tools, I often cannot help but wonder: how in the world did they do this?

What follows is my personal selection of noteworthy archvis projects that you should check out right away. In case I forgot any others, or if you are currently working on your own project, please leave a comment or send me a message, so that I can include them in a future post! Click on the images below for more project details.


ArchInterior Lighting Test

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Artist: Javier Pedragosa

Archinteriors for UE

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Artist: Evermotion

Classic Architecture

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Artist: Raghu Meena

Copenhagen Apartment

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Artist: soush

Exterior/Interior Visualization

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Artist: Raghu Meena

Guererro House

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Artist: Klepadło

Interactive House

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Artist: Rafael Reis

Interactive Apartment Visualisation

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Artist: kentozdr

Interior of a House

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Artist: Kaiser Rehman

Interior Virtual Tour V2

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Artist: Ehsan Dehghani

Kaiser Augenoptik

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Artist: Klepadło

Livingroom Santiago

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Artist: estudioae

Loft in London

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Artists: blessod / Craft Design | Client: CG Cloud

Mediterranean House

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Artist: Leopold Gnosov

Minimalist Apartment

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Artist: Rafael Reis

Moscow Apartment

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Artist: Leopold Gnosov

Night and Day Visualization

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Artist: Raghu Meena

Old Scandinavian Interior

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Artist: Klepadło

Paris Bedroom

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Artist: Łukasz Brzozowski

Photographer’s Loft in Berlin

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Artist: Wojciech Piwowarczyk | Client: Bruzkus Batek Architekten

The Eyeland VR

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Artist: Rman Group

Unreal Paris

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Artist: Benoit Dereau

Unreal Take on Loft

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Artist: Raghu Meena

Viennese Apartment

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Artist: Rafael Reis

Villa

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Artist: Q.Hai


Related Resources

If you’re new to architectural visualization with Unreal Engine 4, check out the following posts on the Unreal Engine forums:

There are also a number of very interesting posts on lighting studies and experiments, for example by Alexander Dracott, Futurerave, koola, and much more koola. The Unreal Engine blog also released a step-by-step tutorial on simulating area lights in UE4.

The UE4 Marketplace has a dedicated section for archvis related resources, some of which are free, for example:

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