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When we start a condominium development project Randi and I sit around a table and discuss “what if we lived here”, which gives us an insight into the project outside of the brief. It’s how we see from the big picture down to the details, and ultimately identify who the buyers are and what it is they are looking for - buyers first, product next, which is like detective work in reverse. During one of these sessions Randi looked at a plan and said “oh my, look at these closets, they are awesome”, and then posed a question: Why haven't we

So you have your upmarket condo project, each residence painstakingly designed, and now it’s time to show thousands of potential buyers what’s on offer. You know it’s a great product, the numbers add up, the floor plans are terrific, so this should just be a slam dunk, right?… if only! There is a likelihood that you have sent out the plans to be turned into a 3D rendered presentation and they came back very “ho-hum”. The technical aspect, sizing, proportions and everything may be perfect, in fact they may have followed your brief perfectly, but there is nothing that reaches out

Unique interior designs released for the beachfront residences of the “Ascot Grand Bahama” development. Ascot has been pushing its differences since Australian developer, Steve Bell, first announced his intentions late last year, and the freshly released interiors, by international designer Bianca Boie, have certainly proven this. “Anti-glitz, pure elegance and substance” is Bell’s key phrase on all design aspects, and with the help of Archiform 3D each part has been painstakingly shaped to reflect that. Having done countless modern, hard-edged developments; Bell openly admits that he feels it is time for a change. The Euro-American, Ms Boie, has been part of high-end international projects,

Our architectural 3D models were born from an inspiration in design. Design had always been difficult when the client couldn't understand the concept that you were trying to communicate. But drawing up sketches, architectural illustrations, artist impressions, perspective drawings and elevation after elevation was becoming too tedious and still too hard for clients to truly understand. We had faith in our design ability, just not in the method of displaying it to our clients. In the early 1990s CAD (Computer Aided Design) was growing popularity and as computers increased in speed we rapidly saw more and more portions of architectural drawing being done electronically. The process was