2012-03-15 - Sales success for project KeijzersvesteKeijzersveste is the new residential and shopping centre in the suburb Keijzershof. The plan consists of 136 houses, 4,000m² stores, catering and other facilities and 170 parking places. 70% of both houses and stores have already been sold and the construction of the Centre plan Pijnacker-Nootdorp has recently started. A great performance, especially in these times. According to Sander Heikens, project developer at Heijmans Vastgoed, the Virtual Scale Model has contributed to the sales success of the project to a large extent.
2012-03-14 - ASR project IJdock very successful
The ASR Vastgoed project IJdock
, consisting of five separate buildings with apartments, a hotel, offices, stores and the Palace of Justice, approaches its final stage. Of the 56 appartments, 51 already have been sold. 3D capacity was asked to create a Virtual Scale Model and a series of animations for this prestigious project. Remco van de Wetering, former Head Office Projects at ASR Vastgoed, says the Virtual Scale Model is a great tool to promote their project to their customers. "You can experience how the project fits into its surroundings and how the buildings are related to each other. Next to that, the Virtual Scale Model has a detailed character, it just looks amazing. Read more...
2012-03-13 - Cooperation with Eckhart Interiors
We are pleased to mention that, after a solid testing period, we have entered into a cooperation with Eckhart. Eckhart
creates and realizes special interiors for corporate and private clients. In this branch one of the biggest names. The experienced interior designers are now working together with our architects/project managers. For artist impressions and interiors for our Virtual Scale Model the decoration and styling can now be performed in accordance with Eckhart. Guaranteed the best 'look and feel' in our visualizations.
2012-03-09 - Virtual Scale Model for Hoogheemraadschap Rijnland The Hoogheemraadschap of Rijnland has chosen 3D capacity to create a Virtual Scale Model of the future water storage project in the south of the Haarlemmermeer. The 3D model serves to demonstrate the functioning of its possible variants. The first presentation is created in support of upcoming sessions of the consultative group. With the Virtual Scale Model the positioning of the new storage in the existing landscape can be made clear to all involved.