Studio Rendering, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of its newest location at 828 Davis Street, Suite 210, Evanston, Ill.
Ill. - Studio Rendering, Inc. is
pleased to announce the opening of its newest location at 828 Davis Street, Suite 210, Evanston,
“The new location will give our team a better focus on
Architectural Visualization,” Sonny Sultani of Studio Rendering, Inc. said. “We
work with a variety of industries, but have had most of our strength in
communicating creativity in architecture. We want this studio to focus on this
strength and our hope is that it attracts great talent in the field.”
“While a majority of activities, some production, accounting
and sales will occur in other offices, we wanted this office primarily to be
used for production and innovation in architectural presentations.”
Sultani’s passion was clear on innovation, showcasing Ash
Mohammed's, Vice President of Design Visualization, research on human
engagement and technology. One such product, a 360 spin of a house, which has
not been built physically, is used to lure a younger audience to gain more
“A substantial amount of our development dollars go into
researching interactivity, and this location will have everything it needs to
create better presentational tools used for architectural presentations or
marketing real estate,” Sultani said.
“We felt Evanston, Illinois,
was a good home for the type of business we have. It has always been a
welcoming place for artist and designers and hosts some great events such as
the Fountain Square Art Festival.”
When looking for an office the Studio did consider Chicago
Downtown but found the prices to be high and the city traffic to be annoying. Evanston still has all the great qualities of Chicago: great public
transportation and excellent architecture but with some breathing room.
“While there is no date set to when the integration of
this office will be complete, we want our clients and the community to know our
Evanston doors are open and you are more than welcome to come down to check out
all the cool things we are doing,” he said.
Architectural Visualization Studio Moves to Evanston
December 23, 2008