2011-04-13 - New concept student housing in 3D
In Leiden, KN Real estate is developing an apartment building for students on the Zuidsingel. The building will house 18 apartments of approximately 24-30 square meters. 3D capacity was asked to create images of the exterior, floor plans and interior renders of a model home. In addition, a brief but clear animation
will be produced to communicate the quality of the design and the integration in the existing situation.
2011-04-11 - Spijkenisse celebrates highest point Book MountainOn saturday April 9, also Dutch Day of Estate, Spijkenisse celebrated reaching the highest construction point of its new library the Book Mountain. Aldermen Gert-Jan 't Hart and Kees Dijkman hoisted the flag in top and one thousand balloons were released. Afterwards, the public was allowed a walk through the imposant structure and a bird's eye view from a platform on the construction crane. In the next door church, an exhibition offered further information on the construction, architecture and engineering of the Book Mountain and adjacent plans. The Book Mountain Virtual Scale Model was hereby also first shown in public.
2011-03-26 - Sales launch Crown Apartments great successVorm Ontwikkeling looks back on a successful sales launch for the Crown Apartments in the plan Terras aan de Maas in Spijkenisse. Those interested were first given the opportunity to admire the buildings and the twenty beautiful apartments in 3D. 3D capacity was present to assist with 'flying' through the Virtual Scale Model. Visitors were invited to be 'flown' to the desired apartment.
2011-03-09 - Collaboration Blauwhoed for 3D elaboration ParkwijkBlauwhoed is developing 100 dwellings for the plan Parkwijk in Berkel-Rodenrijs. In support of selling these houses, 3D capacity will create a Virtual Scale Model of the plan. The Virtual Scale Model will also be used during conversations with inhabitants of the nearby apartment complexes. Key topics are lines of sight, the amount of green and distances to the different houses. Like no other, the Virtual Scale Model offers a substantive and fair view of the future situation.