How Does 3D Visualisation Work for my Project?
The concept of 3D visualisation is a fantastic way of ensuring that your project is exactly what you are looking for.
That is because the finished design can be replicated in images before the first nail has even been hammered in. Not only that, but the design can be shown from three different perspectives, meaning you can view all angles at once.
A very modern technique which employs computer generated imagery it can be used for both the exterior and interior of your new build or brand-new house extension, conservatory etc.
Interior 3D visualisation
Employed by architects, interior designers, and property developers the world over, 3D visualisation replicates the different rooms and their sizes in the interior of the property. It is an excellent way to design rooms, especially if you plan on having bespoke furniture built because the designs are to scale.
Interior designers are also able to tell what colours and textures work well together without having to purchase fabrics and paints (a good cost-saving point!). It’s a process Interior Designers refer to as Concept.
Walk-throughs using 3d visualisation
It is also possible to take a walk through the rooms of your imaginary New Build using 3D visualisation techniques. This provides an insight into what the house will ‘feel’ like to live in. It also lets you know if perhaps you prefer the ceilings a little higher, or the kitchen extension more open plan etc. This is an excellent means of deciding where windows and doors should go.
Other key benefits of 3D visualisation
Planning applications. Excellent drawings can benefit you hugely when it comes to entering a planning application to your local council. Showing the plans clearly and to-scale in the application gives Planners a good idea of what exactly the finished construction will look like.
Better communication. Designers like using 3D visualisation because it can show the client exactly what it is they have in mind quickly and clearly. This, in turn, speeds up the design process and means the actual physical construction can take place much sooner.