3D Visuals and The Design Process

Posted 26 January 2021 by Bruach Architects

3D Visuals and The Design Process
27 January 2021

At the start of a new year, we like to reflect on the things we have achieved throughout the previous year, and one of the things that we have greatly enjoyed is the feedback we have received from our clients on our 3D visuals and panoramic views.

We produce these visuals early in the design process to help our clients to envisage their project, and to ensure that they are moving forward with their build with confidence, fully understanding what the end result will look and feel like. We consider not only the materials and finishes in our discussions, but also aspects such as the position of windows and doors. This allows us to ensure that our clients understand characteristics such as the natural light that they will gain into their new space, and the connection with their outside space.

Example external 3D Visualisation

Along with the still images we also provide an interactive panoramic view to allow our clients to fully immerse themselves in their new space and make informed decisions about the final design.

Follow the links below to take a virtual tour around some of our recent extension designs:


Example Internal and External 3D Visualisations

Example Internal 3D Visualisations

Watch this short video to see more and to read some of the really positive feedback we have received from our clients:


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