For presenting virtual objects in a real space, mixed reality (MR) technique is very effective to simulate an overview of a scenery. In interior design, for instance, the coordinates of the arrangements and the colours of the items need to be determined based on various layout plans. We propose a new framework for interactively arranging and rendering virtual objects in real space by manipulating physical 3D markers. A 3D marker consists of 2D codes and a spherical mirror for acquiring both geometric and photometric conditions by single camera instantaneously. Experimental results showed that the proposed approach is effective for providing appropriate geometry and local lighting conditions to present each virtual object in a simple system. The proposed system allows the user to experiment arranging of virtual furniture and verify the created scene which is visually consistent with the physical space.