Communicating the Design Intent, a Challenge?
Technology is disrupting the way Architects work, but our approach towards the client interaction remains a constant. New innovative technologies like VR (Virtual Reality) and the implementation of BIM Process are bridging the gap of client communication.
BIM technology can support Architects in the entire design process. It can bring more insights in the early design phase to meet the client expectations and to deliver better.
How BIM Benefits
What We Do
With Architectural BIM Services, we support Architects in delivering their projects using BIM right from the Concept Design Phase to the Design Development Phase. BIM enabled design delivery improves trade coordination, reduce errors & re-works, and enhance better communication between the stakeholders in a project.
With BIM, Architects can digitally visualize and better convey their design intent. It provides an opportunity for the Architects to identify any potential spots during the earlier design stages. This brings the flexibility for the clients or developers to lock their design decisions prior to the approvals.
What We Deliver
3D Visualization & Renderings
3D Visualization techniques can be used convey design-intent, validate design, and identify constructability issues.
BIM based Quantity take-off is one of the useful applications that can be automated. It is simple, detailed and more accurate, reducing time and cost involved in the process.
BIM Content Creation
Convert your building products into a information rich Digital product as a first step towards the Digital Transformation Journey.
2D to 3D Conversion
Transform your 2D ideas and paper sketches to 3D Models for engineering simulations and better visualization of your design intent.
BIM Based Architecture Drawings
Use BIM to deliver high quality and detailed drawings. The change process is quite easy, any changes made on plan will be automatically reflected on sections and elevations.
Existing Conditions Modelling
3D Model for existing site conditions can be developed from point cloud data generated from laser scans or using traditional surveying techniques. The model developed can be used for future documentation, visualization and disaster planning activities.