Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Make Yourself at Home

Today’s guest blog is from Oscar Sarlandt of Solid-Ideas

Our client needed a centerpiece for their sales office, a model that customers could see, touch, and connect with. Working from their 2D floor plans, we first digitally modeled the 3D townhouse, and then created a physical scale model that exceeded their expectations while staying within their limited budget. Potential buyers are now able to interact with the property and understand its layout.

Instead of having people who couldn't connect to a house shown as drawings and pictures, they now have buyers who can't wait to move in. In today's real estate market, you can't afford to be abstract.
Courtesy David Weekley Homes

http://www.zcorp.com/en/Solutions/Architecture/spage.aspx

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