On Douyin, there’s a trending hashtag called “#CoohomCeiling.” It refers to exceptional works that netizens often label as the “Coohom Ceiling,” indicating a very high standard that leaves viewers feeling a mix of pride and admiration!

This phenomenon is more than just an online interaction; it highlights the designers’ real effort to push their rendering capabilities to the limit. They tirelessly explore various software techniques and seek out numerous possibilities for Coohom design, truly striving to elevate their craft.

A’Jin, a knowledge-sharing content creator on Douyin, has 345,000 followers.

In the use of Coohom software, A’Jin has unique insights. She always emphasizes that good design planning combined with proficient use of Coohom’s operational skills can lead to excellent design results.

“There is no so-called ceiling,” A’Jin believes the essence of Coohom’s existence is to facilitate designers to freely use it, expressing their design ideas through the software.

Aunt Hong Design,a professional interior designer, is always passionate about design

This set of works, named “Seeing the Mountain,” is viewed by “Aunt Hong” as her “ceiling” achievement. The design overall highlights mountainous elements, creating an open and transparent sense of space, and utilizes large areas of black wood grain to convey a sense of luxury and opulence.

In terms of rendering techniques, the designer intentionally dims the entire space’s lighting, allowing the space to be illuminated by ambient light, emphasizing the atmosphere of a mountain view room in the early morning. The lighting technique is rather simple, with no additional lighting used, only simulating the light sources emitted by fixtures in the scene.

Shu Xiao, from Mechanical Designer to Interior Designer, is an independent designer

The first image is a submission from a competition held during Coohom’s public beta testing phase, a time when Coohom was exploring the possibilities of modeling freedom.

The second one utilizes only models and exteriors that come with Coohom, including the floor and wood finishes, which are adjusted materials. The entire presentation is without any post-processing. This aims to convey one point: don’t overcomplicate technology. Making good use of Coohom’s built-in features can still produce high-quality renderings.

A’Bao Design, 15 years of design experience, has worked for many years in a Japanese design firm

A’Bao entered the design industry in 2008 and worked in a Japanese design office for five years. A’Bao has his own unique perspective on lighting design.

The primary intention of the design work mentioned above is to create a study room with a masculine edge unique to boys. By utilizing the unique lighting logic of Coohom, it authentically showcases the textures of the materials and the natural feel of the lighting in close-up.

What do you think are the characteristics that a “ceiling-level” work should have?

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