A render, in the context of architecture and design, is a two-dimensional or three-dimensional representation of a building or structure. It is a computer-generated image that provides a visual representation of the design, showing the exterior and/or interior of a building as it will appear once built.

Renders can be created using a variety of software programs and techniques, and can be used for a variety of purposes. For example, they can be used by architects and designers to communicate their vision for a project to clients, stakeholders, or the public, or to explore different design options and make decisions about materials, colors, and other elements. They can also be used for marketing and advertising purposes, to help showcase the design and attract potential buyers or tenants.