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24/07/2018

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The wow! effect is important and any event planner wants to surprise their guests… but the event planner, or the client, generally does not want to be too surprised when D-day comes. So here comes the render, which revolutionized event planning in the last 10+ years. To understand how rendering is managed in order to bring value to projects, we talked to the CAD department at Losberger De Boer.

What background do CAD /3D designers usually have?

Architecture or interior design.
 
How many such designers are you in De Boer?
Our team consists of 12 people.
 
What technologies do you use to create your renders?
We use a combination of software in the design process.
-       We start by combining 3D models of the proposed structures in Revitor Autocad.
-       Once the position of the doors, windows and other elements like furniture, kitchen and toilets is correct, we export the project to 3dsMax. 3dsMax in combination with Vrayis used for rendering the project and Photoshop is used for postproduction.
 
What is the process to design a space and create the render?
-       The sales department of Losberger De Boer will make the initial sketch according to the client’s needs, and pass it to us. This is often a simple, pencil drawing where the main elements are indicated.
-       Based on this, we create the project in 3D, that is we represent in 3 dimensions the various objects, but generally with no decorative elements. This is practical but not necessarily esthetic and therefore does not represent the reality of how it will look like.
-       Once this 3D project is approved, we create the renderings, including logos, exact furniture and decorative elements. Depending on the level of detail and realism required it might take a few times to get to the desired results.
 
Are there many changes in the process?
It depends: a basic impression of a structure is usually correct the first time, but a detailed and realistic visual of a large space might take several times to achieve the required look and feel.
 
You start with someone else’s representation. Would you say you are more a creator or the “representator” of someone else’s ideas?
We create drawings for a lot of countries, so we see a lot of projects and get a lot of ideas of where to put each element on the scene. We give advice to the project managers on how to organize the space, and what decorative elements to include. The other part on which we bring advice and experience is the technical possibilities. We also factor in the security aspects (for instance evacuation). So our role goes far beyond representing; we help create by integrating our know-how and helping visualize the space as it will look like.
 
What are the uses of rendering besides letting the client see and validate the design? Does it help in the creation process?
It clearly helps: sometimes, a design you found cool when drafted on paper, ends up disappointing when rendered, for example, because different structures can have different heights or shapes, then when placed next to each other it might look awkward.
 
Have you used VR-style renderization? How do you see it?
Yes, we use VR to visualize projects. It adds an extra dimension to the presentation and makes it very easy for the client to visualize the future space. We are also experimenting with the use of a game engine, this way the client can walk around in his project in a virtual environment as if it were a video game.
 
Do you think this will substitute traditional rendering?
I don’t think so. Some projects need this type of rendering but it is more complex, you need the glasses… while JPGs can easily be attached to a proposal for the client to quickly visualize the event. I think both will retain their relevance. Both will have relevance.

 

 

Losberger De Boer nombra a Arnout de Hair nuevo Director Ejecutivo

10/01/2018

Losberger De Boer benoemt Arnout de Hair tot nieuwe CEO

Losberger De Boer anuncia que Arnout de Hair, actual Director de Operaciones, será nombrado Director Ejecutivo de Losberger De Boer a partir del 1 de febrero de 2018. Será así el sucesor de Berndt Zoepffel que cesará en su cargo actual de Director Ejecutivo para pasar a formar parte de la Junta Directiva Supervisora de la compañía.

La Junta Supervisora agradece a Berndt Zoepffel su contribución al exitoso crecimiento de Losberger De Boer. "Losberger  De Boer ha vivido un desarrollo impresionante bajo el liderazgo de Berndt Zoepffel desde que se incorporó a la compañía en 1996. La fusión con De Boer Structures en mayo de 2017 fue un paso importante en un periodo de importante crecimiento interno y externo. Hoy día, Losberger De Boer es líder mundial en el suministro de una extensa gama de productos y servicios a clientes de gran reconocimiento.

La fusión entre Losberger y De Boer es un gran paso para convertirnos en un proveedor líder de soluciones de espacio temporal y nos encontramos en el umbral de una nueva fase de desarrollo en nuestra empresa. Hemos llegado a la conclusión de que en los próximos años nos vamos a centrar en integrar aún más las diferentes compañías que hemos adquirido en los pasados años para poder beneficiarnos de todas las capacidades de las que disponemos. Arnout ha demostrado sus fuertes capacidades de liderazgo en la transición de De Boer a una compañía fuerte y productiva durante los últimos años. Estamos convencidos de que con él hemos encontrado a un buen candidato para ocupar este futuro puesto en Losberger De Boer”.

Peter Rijkoort, actual presidente de la Junta Directiva Supervisora del grupo Losberger De Boer será nombrado Director de Operaciones de Losberger De Boer a partir del 1 de febrero de 2018, fecha a partir de la cual cesará en su cargo en la Junta Directiva Supervisora. Peter Rijkoort tiene amplia experiencia internacional y cuenta con un importante historial en puestos directivos de varias compañías, ha formado parte de la Junta Directiva Supervisora de De Boer Structures desde 2010 hasta 2014 y es presidente de la Junta Directiva Supervisora de Losberger desde 2016.

Arnout de Hair se incorporó a De Boer Structures en 1998 y fue nombrado Director de Operaciones en 2012. Tras la fusión con Losberger fue nombrado Director de Operaciones de Losberger De Boer. Arnout de Hair ha acumulado una gran experiencia en la gestión general y operativa durante sus diferentes puestos como directivo en Losberger De Boer. Estudió Economía y Logística en la Academia Real Militar y Administración de Empresas en IBO, Países Bajos.

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