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Render Prices for 2024

In this article, we will first share the descriptive list of our 2024 rendering prices, which include the architectural visualization and other rendering services provided by our office. In the following, we will talk about the functioning of rendering offices and some basic responsibilities that we think should be taken mutually with our collaborators in order to create quality works.

The main parameter we are interested in when pricing renders is; It is the estimated working time we determine in line with the effort we will give for the relevant project. Since the context and design details of each project are different, the rendering effort varies accordingly. Therefore, this list, which we share transparently, has been prepared to give an idea to both our customers and freelance colleagues about our pricing. Exact price offers; It is created by our relevant team after a detailed examination of your projects. Therefore, we would like to remind you that the unit prices in this list may vary in different projects. To get special offers for your projects, You can contact us by sending your projects to.


  • 500$ + VAT

  • Price for 1 outdoor image

  • 1 revision included

  • The minimum number of images is determined in line with the project scale and needs.

  • View sample outdoor images here. you can reach.


  • 400$ + VAT

  • Price for 2 images of a single place

  • For example; 2 different angle studies from 1 living room space we designed

  • 1 revision included

  • You can find interior sample images here .


  • 3000$ + VAT

  • 60 seconds outdoor architectural animation price

  • 1 revision included

  • You can find our outdoor architectural animation examples here .


  • 400$ + VAT

  • 360 ° panorama visual price of a single place

  • 1 revision included

  • You can access our indoor VR presentation case study here .


  • 150$ + VAT

  • Visual price of 1 architectural floor plan

  • 1 revision included

  • You can find our floor plan presentation examples here .


Decoupe Visual Study

  • 150$ + VAT

  • Price for 1 visual of a single product on a white background in a studio environment

  • Does not include modeling work for the product

  • 1 revision included

Visual Work on Stage

  • 250$ + VAT

  • Price for 1 visual where a single product is placed in the stage environment

  • For example; Visualization of built-in products in a kitchen we designed

  • 1 revision included

  • You can find our product visualization examples here .


  • Images of your product, technical drawings or samples are requested if deemed necessary.

  • Solid modeling of the product is done in line with the data you share.

  • Pricing is determined according to the level of detail of each product model.


Today, with the rapid development of the digital world, the use of rendering is increasing in many fields, from graphic design to animations, from architecture to game development. With this demand, offices that provide rendering services are also increasing, thanks to the easy accessibility of digital software training.

Pricing is one of the important parameters for employers in rendering works, but in order to complete a project successfully, it is important to choose offices that provide qualified rendering services. The "quality" we express here does not only refer to visual quality. Many of these qualification definitions are parameters that can be listed under the heading of "business ethics". In the rest of the article, we will discuss these important parameters that you should pay attention to in your collaborations and office selections for your rendering works.

In addition, this information will provide a detailed look at the rendering service process and the functioning of professional rendering offices; It will help produce qualified projects for both employers and service providers. We believe that success will be achieved by adhering to these parameters that we will share along with correct pricing strategies, with project processes progressing more efficiently for all stakeholders.


A professional rendering office has various responsibilities towards its customers. To ensure customer satisfaction; It is associated with reliability and professionalism and is important for the long-term success of the business. Here are some of the key responsibilities of a rendering office to clients:

Accurate Offer Preparation Process

  • To adequately examine and question the project at the proposal stage; To take care to achieve the correct pricing and delivery time by trying to estimate the estimated work time as accurately as possible.

Communication and Transparency:

  • Informing the customer about any developments, changes or problems regarding the projects.

  • To provide visual and written reports on the progress of the work at certain periods in long-term and layered works such as architectural visualization works.

  • Communicating regularly and effectively with customers.

Understanding Customer Needs:

  • Understanding and caring about customer expectations and needs.

  • Evaluating project requirements in detail and making presentation recommendations to your customers at necessary points.

Project Delivery Times:

  • Complying with project deadlines and completing the work within the specified schedule.

  • Not promising a date that you are not sure will be met in order to get the job, and being transparent about the time period at the beginning of the job.

  • If there is a problem, inform the customer in advance and offer solution suggestions.

  • If multiple jobs are being carried out at the same time, to schedule these jobs well and not to delay the work of the current customer in order to gain a new customer.

Providing Quality Service:

  • To provide the most qualified rendering service you can, in line with the equipment, experience and software context you have.

  • As a minimum; To be able to present the quality of the sample works you present in your portfolio to every customer.

  • Resolution etc. accepted and specified in the contract. To have fulfilled the qualification definitions at the time of job delivery.

  • In the middle of the project process, do not get the idea that the work was done cheaply and therefore reduce the visual quality that you can provide under normal conditions. (To prevent this from happening, be sensitive to the items under the first item, Accurate Bid Process )

Responding to Customer Revisions:

  • To carry out the revisions that you undertake to provide free of charge in your proposal or contract, in line with the customer's requests.

  • Being open to customer feedback and making corrections, if necessary, in errors caused by you.

Privacy and Security:

  • Keeping all information regarding the customer's projects confidential.

  • To ensure the security and protection of customer data.

  • Asking for permission from your customers before sharing the works you have prepared for them in your portfolio. (If there is no confidentiality issue defined in the contract)

Pricing Transparency:

  • Being transparent about pricing and providing clear information to the customer.

  • Agreeing on additional costs or special requests in advance.

  • Paid 3D models, textures, etc. To clearly specify in the proposal who will bear the material costs and not to present surprise costs at the end of the work in line with the expenses.

Evaluating Customer Feedback:

  • Carefully evaluate customer feedback and make improvements.

  • Continuously improving itself to increase customer satisfaction.

Reputation and References:

  • Establishing a trustworthy and professional reputation.

  • To receive references and feedback from customers and to improve your office by making inquiries and inferences about the process at the end of each job.

Contracts and Agreements:

  • Prepare contracts carefully and establish a clear agreement with the client.

  • Being transparent about the rights and responsibilities of all parties.

These responsibilities enable a rendering office to act professionally towards clients and support the sustainability of long-term business relationships. Good customer relationship management strengthens the reputation of the office and ensures customer satisfaction, enabling repeat business.


Customers also have responsibilities towards the rendering office, and making the collaboration process efficient is very important in order to increase project success and ensure mutual satisfaction. Some of these parameters are:

Defining Project Requirements Correctly:

  • The client must clearly define the goals, objectives and specific requirements of the project.

  • The scope of the project, design decisions and other determined data should be clearly stated and shared by the customer at the beginning of the work.

  • Application-oriented projects that are legible and have clearly defined materials should be shared at the proposal stage and progress should be made by adhering to this project.

Taking an Active Role in Communication:

  • The client must take an active role in communication and communicate with the office regularly.

  • In order to stick to the project's delivery date; It is the customer's responsibility to answer the questions the rendering office asks about the project in a timely manner and provide feedback in a timely manner.

  • Involved in the work process; If there are different disciplines that are stakeholders of the process, such as the architectural project office, construction site team, agency, it should manage the organization between them.

Giving Clear and Detailed Feedback:

  • Before the final images, test images are presented to get approval from the customer. The client should carefully review render previews and designs and provide detailed and constructive feedback.

  • Expressing your likes and requests for changes in a very defined, even technical way when necessary, is important for the timely completion of the project process and will contribute to more successful results.

Compliance with Delivery Dates and Calendars:

  • It is not only the responsibility of the rendering office but also the customer to comply with the delivery dates determined for the project. Just because the customer is not in a hurry does not mean that the delivery date can be stretched.

Compliance with Payment Terms:

  • The customer must make payments in accordance with the payment terms specified in the contract.

  • The payment condition in the offer offered by the rendering office may not be compatible with its own company's system. The customer should indicate this at the offer stage, and if possible, alternative payment solutions should be discussed at the offer stage.

  • Paying invoices on time helps keep the collaboration process smooth and positive.

Expressing Changes in Project Scope:

  • If changes are required in the scope of the project or if an additional design request arises that is not mentioned in the business agreement, the customer must clearly express these changes and evaluate additional costs for these changes when necessary.

Expressing Customer Satisfaction:

  • When the project is completed, the customer can express his satisfaction and leave a positive feedback to the office as a reference.

These responsibilities will contribute to the effective management of the collaboration between the client and the rendering office. Mutual understanding, open communication and cooperation are important to ensure successful completion of the project.

Before ending the article, in our last topic, we wanted to examine the fixed costs of rendering offices. It will both be an idea for freelancers and will clear up some curious points about the structure of the rendering office.

Architectural Rendering Fees


"Rendering prices" are a matter of curiosity for many freelancers, and we have shared a price list that will give you an idea on this subject. When determining the price, you can determine your own price policy by examining the projects of our office regarding the services in the list in detail and comparing the quality of your own work with ours. When you want to step into a professional office, there are some fixed expenses. It would be beneficial to conduct pricing studies taking these parameters into consideration.

What are the Basic Expenses of the Render Office?

The costs of a rendering office can vary depending on a number of factors and can include various elements such as the size of the office, the services it offers, technological infrastructure, number and quality of staff. Here are other possible cost factors other than the time and effort of a rendering office:

Personnel expenses:

  • Costs of specialized personnel such as architects, graphic designers, 3D modelers, animators.

  • Costs for project managers, customer relations specialists, and other support staff.

Technological Infrastructure:

  • Costs of powerful computers, render farms and other technological equipment.

  • Annual license fees and software updates costs.

Office Rent and Operating Expenses:

  • Office rent or ownership costs.

  • Standard operating expenses such as electricity, water, heating/cooling.

Rendering Services and Software:

  • Costs for using external rendering services.

  • Licensing costs of custom software or plug-ins.

  • Paid 3D model costs

Website Costs

  • Website provider, domain, web design plugins, corporate email provider costs

  • Website, social media management and design costs

Emergency and Backup Costs:

  • Emergency preparations and backup systems costs for unexpected situations.

Training and Development:

  • Expenditures for training and development of staff.

Marketing and Advertising:

  • Advertising campaigns, marketing materials and other promotional expenses.

Insurance and Accounting

  • Business insurance costs

  • Accounting costs

Customer Relations and Meetings:

  • Client meetings, events and other client relationship expenses.

Tax and Financial Audit Expenses:

  • Tax payments and, if necessary, financial audit costs.

These factors are the main factors that play a role in determining the costs of a rendering office, apart from the effort and time spent on projects. Since the features and goals of each office are different, costs may vary accordingly. Good budget planning and effective financial management can contribute to the successful operation of the office.



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