8 Inspiring ArchViz Interiors on the ArtStation Marketplace

Get ready to be inspired with this roundup of eight unique 3D interiors on the ArtStation Marketplace! You’re sure to find something that suits your next architectural visualization project.

Project ‘Oceanside’ | Full Unreal Engine 4 Archviz Project

by Wessel Huizenga

A walkable character allows you to be deeply immersed in this environment; a great way to gather real-time feedback from clients!


Bathroom (Unreal Engine 4 / UE4)

by Orhan YILMAZ

This collision-friendly scene is compatible with Unreal Engine version 4.20 and up.

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Kira’s Living Room 3D Scene (.fbx – .blend)

by Davide Tirindelli

This high-poly 3D scene was made in Blender 2.83. It is available as a .blend file, and .fbx (mesh only) file.

Watercolor Room Interior Scene

by Angelo Ferretti

This is a fully-textured, highly-detailed interior scene with natural light setup. It is ready to render with Cinema 4D + Corona Renderer. The asset includes 230 materials, 232 textures, light setup, 18 cameras settings with depth of field, Corona render settings and VFB settings.

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Interior Rendering – Photorealism with Blender

by Ivan Yosifov

In this tutorial, Ivan walks viewers through a step-by-step process for creating a photo-realistic image. The purchase also includes a complete scene with textures and final lightning setup!

VR Ready Art Gallery 2020 4k Corona Max Scene

by Marcin Lubecki

This VR-Ready Corona Max scene includes HDRI, materials, and lights setup.

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Versailles Palace Photorealistic UE4 Archviz Environment

by Kay John Yim

John’s photo-realistic environment includes baked lighting, assets made for close-up shots, and cinematic sequences.

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Bike Shop Environment / Unreal Engine 4

by Leartes Studios

Jumpstart your next archviz, game, or virtual production project with this bike shop environment! It comes with 259 unique meshes and an example scene.

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