'PRESS to Impress'

 

PRESSRENDER is an architecture visualization office based in Lisbon, Portugal with works and clients in countries such as Angola, Australia, Austria, Canada, Belgium, Germany, Mozambique, Portugal, Switzerland and the United States. With a practice established since 2009, we specialize in 3D graphic arts including modeling, texturing, lighting, animation and post-production work.

Due to our architecture formation we have the sensitivity to read and interpret our client's projects, and together with them, we do our utmost to recreate graphically the atmospheres inherent in those works. Since 2009 we have developed a workflow that keeps the client fully aware and in control throughout  the creation process despite the client’s actual geographical position. 

Our clients include international real estate companies, pritzker prize winning architects, landscape architects, marketing agencies, furniture companies and interior designers.

 

PRESSRENDER takes care in each and every image we produce and we strive to achieve excellence in every work we preform, in order to guarantee that our clients face their highly competitive industries with quality work that stands out. Hence the expression, 'Press to Impress'.

PRESSRENDER's management and art direction is a two man operation headed by Teófilo Raposo and Martim Motta. 

They both have masters degrees in architecture from Lusiada University in Lisbon, and have several years of colaboration in architecture offices.

Teófilo Raposo worked for portuguese architect Jorge Mealha and Martim Motta for RISCO and SMRS arquitectos before they founded MMTRA visualization in December of 2009.

Since then the office has matured and in 2016 they made the transition from MMTRA visualization to PRESSRENDER.

 

All works © PressRender 2016. PressRender a company by MMTRA . Do not reproduce without the expressed written consent of PressRender or MMTRA.  Follow us on Behance and Facebook. 

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