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CONNECTION BETWEEN REAL ESTATE AND ART
Beauty is possible, but also strategic. Linked to creativity and innovation, beauty has always contributed to increasing business opportunities in almost every field.
Ballet is a fascinating, but also rigid and strict. The extreme grace, the gentle and delicate movements can only be obtained after years of sacrifice and practice, constant training and strict rules that demand discipline. Similarly, in TECMA, the constant commitment and dedication of our professionals to increasing their know-how ensures that they are always striving for excellence, working with enthusiasm and passion.
Just like sculpture is the art of giving shape to an object, starting from raw materials and putting them together, 3D modelling makes sure that architecture takes shape and comes to life before anything is built. TECMA creates a hyper-realistic environment for the client, that tempts them to physically touch the different architectural volumes.
Art has infinite ways of expressing itself and when different genres contaminate each other, the works that are born spark wonder and astonishment. In TECMA, talent, extreme precision and meticulous attention to detail, high concentration and the wide knowledge of tools are channeled towards productive contamination between painting and photography. TECMA professionals create images that look like paintings through photo-editing that can be fully considered a creative and original work.
Architecture, and, more generally, landscape, derive from the relationship between human needs and the human interpretation of the environment.
TECMA, through the creation of a photographic project, can give value to any location, internal and external, capturing its soul, its true essence.
From its start, cinema, “the seventh art,” has been compared to a dreamlike state. Through a film, especially its images, we can fantasize and daydream.
TECMA short films are the sum of multiple arts and techniques: architects, photographers, directors and engineers bring the projects to life. What you see isn’t real, but the emotions you feel are.