The world is changing, and it’s happening fast. Get behind the scenes to some of the biggest and most complex visualization projects of our time. And find inspiration in the people, masterplans and high-profile developments about to transform tomorrow’s skyline.

Architectural visualization of The Perennial for Cielo Property Group. A image of several skyscrapes from a semi aerial view in daylight.

The Perennial

Welcome to an office building like no other. With lush park-like balconies on every floor, indoor waterfalls and a flourishing sky garden 200 feet above the city. This 46-story, 750 000 square-foot tower is growing in every direction.


Guarded by the North Shore Mountains, an energizing day-to-night neighborhood is coming to life. And there’s much more to this place than hundreds of perfectly planned homes. Start with the private rooftop club view, and you’ll get the picture.

Lever House

Experience Lever House: NYC’s first all-glass office building. This 307-ft-tall architectural marvel on Park Avenue embodies a mid-century vision reimagined for a new era. Discover an unparalleled office experience that exceeds today’s standards, radiating luxury and flair.

One Beverly Hills

One Beverly Hills – redefining luxury living in LA. This $2-billion residential complex is set to offer an unforgettable living experience surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty and exclusive amenities. 

JFK Airport

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) is one of the busiest airports in the United States and serves as a critical hub for international travel, connecting passengers to destinations across the globe. Check out what the new terminal will look like.

South Yards

Discover South Yards—a dynamic 8.3-acre mixed-use community in Brentwood, Burnaby. This vibrant urban gem seamlessly blends sophistication, diversity, and youthful energy. 

Springdale Green

How do you capture an 872 500 square feet large eco-paradise and turn it into a true-to-life experience, so real you could almost reach out and touch it? Size-wise, Springdale Green is our most challenging visualization project yet. Still, the outcome was wilder than any of us could ever imagine.

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