3D Design Allows Virtual Walk-Through -

posted Jun 15, 2015, 10:36 AM by Keith Groninger   [ updated Jun 17, 2015, 10:55 AM ]

3D Design Software allows our customers to experience a virtual walk-through of their home design, even in the early stages of the design process. Key design elements can be studied prior to committing to the production of construction drawings. The process stimulates creativity and even can prevent potential design mistakes that could be costly to resolve out in the field.

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This featured design named "Retro-Mod" has styling influenced by Mid-Century Modern homes common in California and sprinkled throughout the US during the period. Modern but not contemporary, this is a design that you can actually live in. Tune in the this site or our YouTube channel for updates on this plan and others to watch the design progress.

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Rendering and Floor Plans

Design and Construction Ideas and Information about Homes in the South. Florida and the Gulf Coast have unique climate and environmental conditions that have influenced the design of homes since long before air-conditioning was available. Lessons from “Olde Florida” vernacular design still apply today. With energy efficiency and a new green awareness on the minds of many in the industry, building systems and construction techniques are evolving forward with an eye on the past.


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