Each project we have the opportunity to visualise brings with it its own unique identity; this drives our process from outline brief to completion.
Integral to our process is effective communication with our clients; whilst the big reveal is always exciting we ensure that there are no surprises along the way. This is because we understand the importance of actively involving our clients on the journey.
Illustrated below are 3 real examples of the process we engage in to deliver the clients visualisation, each one represents a different approach to achieving the required results.
This project was to construct a 3D model of a new build house.
Images of the model were to be used by the architect as part of their discussions with their clients so a phased approach was applied with the initial models being a basic form of the property and then once approval was granted a more detailed model was to be built.
We were requested by our client to build a 3D model of an existing office space that was then to be used to showcase their proposal for its remodelling.
As this was an existing building our client provided us with their survey and photos of the existing space to facilitate the building of the 3D model.
This project was to construct a 3D model of the interior of an existing church with the intent of it then being used to explore and present design options for the proposed renovations.
The model became an essential tool during the design and construction process with the images it produced not only being used by the design team but also to keep the public informed of the progress prior to and during the renovation.