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Another 25 Amazing ArchVis Projects in UE4

The second batch of real-time architectural visualization projects in Unreal Engine 4.

Since my previous blog post showing off 25 Absolutely Stunning ArchVis Projects in UE4, the community has been very busy creating new amazing works of architectural visualization in Unreal Engine 4. Using material from the community forums, Twitter, and suggestions by my readers, I’ve been able to put together another big collection of noteworthy examples.

Each of these have one or more interesting aspects, such as lighting and shadows, materials, mood, scene composition, and cinematic presentation that may inspire your own work. So, without further ado, here are another twenty-five examples of the finest real-time eye candy for all you architects and interior designers out there.

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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.

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