3D Modelling & Visualisations
3D modelling & architectural visualisations can be hugely beneficial to a building, landscape or urban design project. At early project stages 3D modelling can be used to test out ideas. They allow project managers, partners & non-expert stakeholders to understand key scheme principles, such as form, scale & massing. They can be used to test project feasibility & influence the brief writing process. Helping to ensure proposals have a positive influence on their surroundings.
Visualisations can also be used at later stages of built environment projects to demonstrate the benefits to local stakeholders, potential funders & in planning applications.
We support local authorities, & community organisations with 3D modelling & visualisations for their building, space or neighbourhood projects. Including:
- Quick, simple 3D massing models to test initial ideas & principles.
- Site Sun studies
- 3D or 2D Architectural, landscape or urban design visuals, renderings & fly-throughs
- Hand sketches & drawings
- Conceptual images to stimulate excitement & interest in ideas or stalled sites
- Engaging diagrams & maps to explain key strategies to non-expert stakeholders
- Visualisations to support funding bids
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Integreat Plus has successfully supported a number of local authorities, charities & community organisations from across Yorkshire & the Humber with visualisations for their projects. For more information please contact us on 0114 2752620 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your exact requirements further.
3D modelling & visualisation can complement our feasibility, fundrasing support & brief writing services.
“Thank you … for your team turning this piece of work around promptly and to deadline. This was very much appreciated by the Leader and Deputy Leader of the Council, Cllrs Box and Jeffery, who were able to use one of the boards in a recent photocall and on the same day as the scheme received Cabinet approval.”
The recently published National Design Guide challenges us to rethink local design policy and how we evaluate design quality. In order to make effective planning decisions officers and elected members need to understand what the guide [...]
We are now scheduling Design Review sessions for Spring 2020. If you have a scheme that would benefit from Design Review please contact Jamie Wilde for more information.