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Advantages of 3D Architectural Visualization In the recent past, there has been tremendous improvement in the architectural design arena. The modern architecture has given rise to taller buildings and other sophisticated structures that were not possible centuries ago. 3D visualization is one of the technologies that have spearheaded the transformation of the architectural industry. It is almost mandatory in the architectural process. Below are some of the advantages that come with 3D architectural visualization. When marketing a design
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In the past it was rather hard for an architect or real estate developers to seek investment for their design or convince a client the design was the best no matter how good it is. Not everyone has the architectural knowledge or expertise to understand a drawing when it is in 2D. 3D architectural visualization gives a better and easier view to prospective clients and investors making it easier for architects to market their ideas and creativity.
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Identifying design flaws With 2D drawings it can sometimes prove to be difficult to identify any flaws that may be in the design, only for them to come out late during or after the construction of the actual structures. This is especially an issue with complex structures like sophisticated buildings, roads and bridges among others. Through 3D architectural visualization the design can be viewed from all angles and anything that may have been overlooked can be easily spotted. This is of great benefit to the entire project, and the stakeholders in extension. This identifies mistakes when there still is room for correction. It effectively communicate to a client The needs and requirements of a client or investor always have to be effectively communicated to an architect if the finished work is to be what they expected it to be. There may be a gap with what the clients expects of when the design is constructed and what the architect understood it to be like. Through 3D architectural visualization the architect communicates to the client on how exactly the drawing will look like once constructed. Everyone involved in the planning can add, remove or modify different aspects of the plan and understand everything in detail since the application will translate the normal client words into actionable technical abstractions. Blending old and new architectural techniques The common technique used in architecture is the use of pen and paper to come up with the design designs. There are some traditional techniques that have however refused to go away. A good example is when using pen and paper in design. A hand-held 3D pen can for instance be used to make free standing structures. It uses melted and cooled plastic filaments to that effect.