Thanks to 2D and 3D design, it is now possible to visualize interior and architectural designs realistically before the project has even started. This is a great opportunity for the customer to see the project in context before it is even built, thus saving time and money for all parties involved.
The usual representation of a project includes 2D plans, sections, and axonometric cross-sections collected in “tables” which are used by professionals, but difficult to understand for those who are not used to interpreting these types of documents on a regular basis.
There is no doubt that 3D floor plans and renderings are the easiest way for a customer to understand a project in its entirety. Among the most popular types of these documents are: