Tramonte Design Studio and Gin Design Group were the architects responsible for the design of the new entertainment destination everyone in Houston is talking about:
The Palace Social.
This family-friendly 27,000-square-foot recreation venue, located in the heart of Bellaire, is taking the place of the traditional Palace Lanes that entertained many generations of Houstonians. It captures the nostalgia of the past in an upscale and modern atmosphere. The revamped complex will house a 160-seat restaurant and bar, eight bowling lanes, a 3,900-square-foot arcade area packed with virtual reality games, a 600-square-foot e-sports lounge equipped with state-of-the-art simulators, merchandise stores and a set of private event rooms.
Morpholab had the honor to supply the architectural visualization for this iconic project. The extensive set of photorealistic 3D renderings produced by our staff in Houston and Bogota not only provided the visual input for the marketing campaign, but also contributed to the decision-making during the final stage of the design phase. A 2-month coordination effort that pays-off every time we look at the final imagery everyone is in love with.
Among many other consulting services, Houston-based Morpholab Consulting offers a variety of three-dimensional graphic and multimedia aids with different degrees of realism and multiple graphic styles to fit any goal and budget. The perfect balance between the architectural expertise and the artistic talent of our visualization team gives us the tools and resources to identify the strengths of your project and portray them by means of stunning and unique pieces of visual art that seduce and communicate.
Many thanks to our talented friends at Tramonte Design Studio for all these years of continued trust and support, and kudos to Lizzy Bufton and Meredith Schipper for making all this coordination possible.