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Brillux color studio Know-how and passion for paint

Are you looking for support with your design plans and would like inspiration from dedicated color designers? Do you place great importance on illustrative and appealing presentation forms? Precision work and enthusiasm for every detail are extremely important in demanding projects. Both know-how and passion for color design are offered by the nine Brillux color studios.

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Brillux color studio

  +49 251 7188-6150

  +49 251 7188-51075

Five steps to the goal

1. Together to the design goal: actual and target analysis

A skillful color design requires dialog: Communication and cooperation between clients, decision-makers and planners.

2. Handover of the design templates

The color concept is selected based on

  • CAD data for all conventional architecture programs
  • views as construction drawings and site plans and
  • object photos (overall views, detail, surroundings)
3. Development of the color concept

All factors are taken into account when developing the color concept: Architectural style, light influences, official requirements, current color trends, color psychology and viewing habits.

4. Coordination phase

The developed concept is presented and explained to the client:

  • Handover of the plans as PDF or JPG files
  • Where necessary, changes are made in agreement with the client
5. Final presentation of the color designs

The final presentation includes

  • 3D visualizations or 2D representations
  • A perspective impression, in digital form, as a rendering or as a video
  • A precise outline of the building spaces
  • View and detail representations
  • Use of real colors in the presentation

3D visualization

3D visualization for interior and exterior Application

The more realistically a colored facade or interior design draft is shown, the more vivid and comprehensible it is for the viewer. This is how 3D presentations encourage easy communication and the decision-making process, as pictorial presentation always leads to a better assessment of the design displayed.

Long before the first brushstroke, builders and users can "stroll around" the building or take a virtual look into the interiors. And important details can be just as clearly displayed as the overall effect. These advantages become particularly clear in tenant or owner meetings; even the untrained viewer can be shown a realistic picture of the construction or measures to follow.

In a modern visualization, it is possible to experience textures and color shades early on in the planning phase. But being able to communicate ideas to the users is just as important as designing.

Take advantage of our services for color design:

Photorealistic 3D visualizations

Material textures for visualization

In addition to the color, the type of material, as well as the gloss, smoothness, and texture of the wall coatings play a very important role in the visualizations. That's why Brillux has created its own textures for its coating products and surfaces, which are used in rendering. In this way, it is possible to visualize the precise wall coatings and coverings selected together with Brillux technical advisors.

Virtual reality

Virtual reality offers project participants the opportunity to move freely in a (as yet) non-existent reality. With the help of VR glasses, users can move around in the image, so decisions about the implementation can be made "directly" in the property.

360-degree spherical panorama

For projects where a 360-degree spherical panorama is created, different viewpoints are defined in the model. From these points of view, you can "look around" in 360-degree mode. Brillux's interactive web applications can be used on PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphones.

3D visualizations as a film sequence

New forms of presentation and modern visualizations make it possible to create a realistic impression, thanks to virtual tours and perspectives. This means that as early as the planning phase it is possible to put them to the test, both for interiors and exteriors, and in particular for complex design processes.

Design examples

Brillux References

Brillux References

Architecture is based on the interaction of color and form, and oftentimes it is color that helps form become architecture.