Cromo3D was founded in 2014 by Guido Garfunkel to create truly inspiring work for clients. Uncompromising about his creative independence, Guido Garfunkel left the security of his position as a 3D specialist at a world renowned interior design firm, and set up his one-man shop in New York. He began choosing design projects that he could pour his passion into.
Producing award-winning imagery and design, Cromo3D flourished from the start. Rather than seeking to grow the studio into a larger agency, Guido Garfunkel has chosen to keep Cromo3D small and entrepreneurial. It’s a business model that works well to preserve the founding ideal of free artistic expression and to ensure that clients always have direct access to the design team. Now located in Albertson, NY, Cromo3D is proud to be a thriving part of New York’s architecture and design world.
What keeps Cromo3D excited about architectural visualization is the challenge of solving complex problems for clients through state-of-the-art technology, accuracy, photo realism, and beauty.
While the studio embraces diverse visual styles, points of view, techniques, cultures, and influences, its philosophy is strictly consistent:
Make projects succeed, provide flexibility and peace of mind to our clients, and always keep high standards creating portfolio material.
Faithful adherence to this philosophy has paid off. Returning clients and award winning projects and advertisements, for, for example, Architectural Record and the American Institute of Architects. Ranging from a local start-up company to a large development firm, clients at Cromo3D have included the Waldorf Astoria renovation project for Zeckendorf Development, and advertising design for ABC Worldwide Stone published in high-end magazines, such as Luxe New York, Metropolis, and Architectural Record.