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Harris Kalinka

Harris Kalinka (HK) is an architectural visualisation studio, founded in 2005, specialising in the production of computer generated images (CGI''s) and animation for the architectural industry. Harris Kalinka provide a range of architectural visualisation services, from realistic photomontage views, convincing interior visualisations, cinematic style animations and the increasingly popular verified views. The visualisation services that Harris Kalinka provide can be used by architects, developers and interior designers to support planning applications, for marketing, design development, competitions and communicating a design proposal.

8 Addison Road
Brighton
London
W14 8DJ
01273 541111

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Keywords - Architectural Visualisation - Walkthrough Animations - Interior Visualisations - Photomontage - Verified Views

Architectural Visualisation
Walkthrough Animations
Interior Visualisations
Photomontage

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Harris Kalinka (HK) is an architectural visualisation studio, founded in 2005, specialising in the production of computer generated images (CGI''s) and animation for the architectural industry. Harris Kalinka provide a range of architectural visualisation services, from realistic photomontage views, convincing interior visualisations, cinematic style animations and the increasingly popular verified views. The visualisation services that Harris Kalinka provide can be used by architects, developers and interior designers to support planning applications, for marketing, design development, competitions and communicating a design proposal.