A 3D architectural model shows what a building will look like, from all perspectives. This makes it useful for casual observers, for those who want to buy an apartment in a residential building or for investors in large chains of buildings. Basically, these customers will interact better with the future construction, when they have an architectural model.
Even in public media and public-private partnerships, architectural models help those involved to approve a project, to present a cause, to convince the media to promote a project.
The architectural models invite people to explore a building up close and to live an experience that they can resume in the future, when the project is finished.
Therefore, architectural models are efficient and essential tools for presentation when we talk about residential constructions, buildings, bridges, warehouses and other construction projects
We create architectural models with involvement and professionalism in order to present the beauty of a project that can sell the construction that you want to make even before laying the foundation.
A realistic architectural mdel, with many details, always creates emotions and enthusiasm, because people will see exactly what the project will look like in the future. Investors will feel like they already own that building, and this will give them a unique sense of joy, pride and support.
Physical models are a persuasive means of communicating and exploring design elements and help people more easily understand spatial relationships, scale, materiality, and other important design details.
When plans and sketches are not enough for good communication in architecture, architectural models can solve this problem. Physical models can visually communicate recommendations and revisions in design and development, they are a common language for everyone.