How 3D visualization can help avoid potential issues of a project

Sep 16, 2021

16 min

Have you ever had clients who suddenly wanted to change the design of their home, even if the house is elegantly designed because they wanted a different theme--probably a rustic or a retro-inspired one? 

The potential issues 

Have you ever had clients who suddenly wanted to change the design of their home, even if the house is elegantly designed because they wanted a different theme--probably a rustic or a retro-inspired one? 

Or maybe as a client, you have experienced it yourself because you just realized that you want the opposite? It must have been frustrating. After spending a lot of money in the initial construction period, you suddenly discover the color, texture, and material used don't match what you exactly want.

"If I can only visualize the whole project before the construction, then it would've been prevented."

Good thing this type of issue Is no longer happening nowadays because of 3D visualization.  

3D visualization in construction shows how a construction project will look based on the planned design once it's entirely constructed. Through this technology, you can easily see the exterior and interior look of a house as well as its front view, rear view, or top view. 

With the help of 3D visualization, you or your client can quickly identify potential errors in the design, which helps prevent any significant revision during home construction and, in return, spares you from paying an additional cost.   

Design failures and additional costs are not the only potential issues that 3D visualization can resolve. Here are some more: 

Client misunderstanding of your design

The design that the artist has in mind might be different from what the client exactly imagined when their artist described it. Even if they communicate well, without 3D visualization, the client may conceive certain house aspects differently, resulting in client dissatisfaction.

With 3D visualization, the client's idea of the whole house's design will be synchronized with what the artists and contractors exactly meant--the color, texture, materials, the total experience-- resulting in a guaranteed satisfaction for the client. 

Hard to sell properties

3D visualization could make marketing more manageable and less costly for those building a home without any clients yet, especially nowadays where covid restrictions are religiously implemented. By simply showcasing their project virtually, more people could be persuaded into buying the home than by simply showing a photo of it, thus making the process lighter, cheaper, and more effective. 

Final thoughts

The client's misunderstanding of your design and hard-to-sell properties are some of the potential issues that 3D visualization could resolve. 

There's more to this technology! Aside from resolving those potential issues, utilizing 3D visualization in your projects could offer more to you! If done excellently and effectively, your carefully thought-about 3D visualization can get you a larger market share, establish your brand, and it could even allow you to operate in the long run. Sounds interesting, isn't it?

This article was last updated on Sep 23, 2022

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