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Architectural 3D Modeling Services - 3D Exterior-Interior Modeling

By Bobby V Smith

3D modeling services and its concepts are widely used in almost each business sector related with Real Estate Industries. Use of architectural 3D modeling services in constructing a building allows builders to complete their building activities with better visualization of building structures. 3D modeling services are therefore more important than any other architectural services.

Starting with architectural 3D modeling services, first of all the concept of architectural 3D modelings should be cleared. 3D modeling is a method of creating 3D models or 3D objects with various 3D representations. This 3D models can be of anything, they can be of car, bottles etc. Architectural 3D modelings services represent this concept of 3D modelings. Here 3D models of different building architectures and structures are developed using core concept of 3D modelings.

Architectural 3D modelings services are easy to use and maintain as they are performed using latest CAD software. Flexibility and accuracy makes these services much more vital in building construction and designs. Architectural 3 D modeling services have two major features:
o 3D Exterior Modeling
o 3D Interior Modeling

3D exterior modeling, as the name indicates, is all about creating 3D exterior models of every possible building exterior. Following fields use these 3D exterior modeling service the most:
o Residential Buildings
o Commercial Buildings
o Healthcare Buildings
o Buildings in Leisure Industry
o Restaurants
o Clubs, hotels, theme parks
o Industrial Buildings
o Institutional Buildings

The other feature - 3D interior modeling is related with building interiors. These 3D interior modeling service help you to make your building impressive and effective as far as inner look is concerned. Here 3D interior models are created using each possible angle and dimension. 3D modeling specialists do this work with greater accuracy and speed. These 3D interior modeling service help you in developing attractive:
o Kitchen
o Bathroom
o Bed Room
o Living Room
o Furniture
o Conference Room
o Business Room

In short, for better building designing and construction, architectural 3-D modeling services are decisive. They will make you sure about better outputs such as excellent architectural 3D models of building exterior and interiors.



Interior Design Essentials - How Architecture Affects Design

By Matt Hick

The architectural of a building or room can have a dramatic affect on its ultimate design. Interior design isn't always about changing things or creating something brand new. The best designs often take an aspect of the room or building and make them the focal point in order to enhance the style that it already present.

Designers with an eye toward this form of enhancement, and who are willing to step back are likely to succeed in a world of showoffs who care little about the integrity of the design, but only want to be the first to try something new and outlandish.

When trying to design a room, take a good hard look at its architectural design to help set a mood and style. While you may be able to gut an old worn Victorian kitchen and turn into a high-scale modern one, something would definitely be lost. Why not take the opportunity to showcase your talent and ingenuity by trying to capture the essence of the architectural style and taste by preserving the style in a way that still enables the homeowner to enjoy all the modern conveniences of today?

Keep your eye out for unique room dimensions; unusual window casements; intricate moldings and trims; old fireplaces and doors. Sure, it would be easy to rip out (or paint over) and old brick fireplace and replace it with new sleek travertine, but ask yourself firs is something important would be lost if you did.

Too many buildings today are built exactly alike, making the designer's job more difficult to try and create a unique setting for each homeowners of office. When you are lucky enough to be given the chance to re-do a local artifact, use its unique design and architecture to showcase its beauty - even if doesn't quite match your personal style.

So, what should you be looking for when doing your initial walk-through for ideas? Here are a few places to start:

Original Fixtures.

Although original lighting and plumbing fixtures can rarely be used as -is, you can either have them refaced, or you can buy new "retro" ones that offer the same style of the originals, but which feature, newer more modern features. The same is true for things like old claw foot bathtubs; sinks and even ovens found in the kitchen.

Woodwork.

Many older homes and buildings sport beautiful woodwork and hardwood flooring. It can be expensive and time consuming to have them redone vs. ripping them out or painting over them, but is well worth the effort.

Large windowsills and older casings.

Preserving older windows can be tricky since there are energy efficiencies to consider. But, it is possible to preserve the same look and feel of the older windows and still be able to attain more modern temperature control.

Classic Colors.

One way to preserve an older style is by using original colors in the rooms and exterior. Research the original time period of the building to see what was popular in its heyday.




Interior Architectural Lighting Fixtures

By Tom Reel

The growing desire for new home construction and home renovations have influenced fixture manufacturers to design more exciting and provocative architectural lighting fixtures. Larger homes require more architectural lighting - or luminaries that are permanently installed and planned for in the lighting or wiring plan of a home. Lighting trends can change slowly - the fixture bought today will last in style and durability for 5 to 10 years or longer. However, manufacturers continuously respond to consumer s' desire for color and novel materials. Recent trends point to the demand for oversized foyer pieces for dramatic, grand entryways, mini-chandeliers for powder rooms, bedrooms, hallways, and other small spaces, and colourful pendants for kitchen applications. I will give my two cents on how to choosing chandeliers, pendants, and ceiling flush mounts and semi-flush mounts for different parts of the house.

The best piece of advice in choosing a dining room table chandelier is to choose a chandelier that has a diameter equivalent to half the width of the table. So let's say that your table has a width of 60 inches, you would need a chandelier that has a 30-inch diameter. If you have a table that is longer than usual it might be a challenge for you to find the right chandelier. One solution is to get a fixture that has an oval shape (as opposed to being round) - this way more of the dining space will be lit up. You can put chandeliers in other places than just the dining room. Depending on a room's size and design, it can be an appropriate place to hang a chandelier. Mini chandeliers are perfect for bathrooms or bedrooms, depending on your taste. Foyers are also a very common place to put chandeliers. The larger the foyer, the larger the chandelier will need to be. Remember that installation may be a challenge.

Ceiling mounts are an obvious way to provide general lighting. They can be installed as flush mounts (attached to the ceiling directly) or semi-flush (hang slightly lower from the ceiling than flush mounts). The difference in lighting effect from using a semi-flush entraps the light more and will make it reflect onto the ceiling. If well placed, flush mounts can become the central fixture in a room.

When choosing a pendant, the most important point to consider is that the fixture light up the room according to the diameter of its shade. If all you want is to light up a small table or corner of a room, then all you need is a single pendant downlight.

 

Interior Design Style

By Natasha LimaYounts

In most design projects, a great deal of planning takes place before the selection of furnishings. Designers consider the function of the space, the personalities and life-style of the occupants of the residence, the architectural characteristics of the dwelling, the lighting, color preferences and colors adjacent to the space-both indoors and out, the 'givens' of the space, including the materials used on the exterior and the interior of the building and, of course, the budget parameters. As the planning develops, furniture is considered only in a generalized way. Designers often use generic templates to space plan. What determines the style of furniture to be used? How will you know which styles to mix and how to do so with confidence, cleverness, and originality? Will you develop a single style, French country, classic modern, Asian, West Indies, neo-classical or will you enjoy working with a variety of styles?

The observation of historical development in architecture, interior design and furniture will often help you tap into a style that pleases you. None of these three elements can be studied separately, so this is a large topic, particularly for people who have little historical background or design experience in one style only. Have you heard it said that to break the rules you must know the rules? This is true in design. Unless you know the various architectural characteristics of different historical times and how interiors were designed to function in a way that complemented those interiors, you will never be able to fully appreciate how designers use their knowledge of style and history for inspiration, going beyond direct imitation with clever or respectful references to the past, while being innovative and original. Make it a point to visit historic buildings and interiors, museums and homes to learn about the historical development of design. The story of furniture is inextricably linked with the story of civilization, in our case western civilization primarily, since it was the Europeans who came to the U.S. first, bringing with them their belongings, memories and skills. The further back you go in history, the less you can know about residential interiors, since only buildings made of stone or items carefully hidden from the elements survived to give us insight into a way of life. When we look at historical artifacts, we are typically seeing what once belonged to the governing elites or the aristocracy-unless of course we look at public buildings designed for use by everyone-civic buildings, temples, churches, even baths. We only know about more modest dwellings of very recent times.

Developments in furniture styles are stimulated by the following: political or economic change, discoveries (such as the archaeological excavations of Pompeii and King Tut's tomb); contact with faraway places-seeing something new; changes in technology and production techniques and the keen creative power of gifted designers working to meet the needs of their era for both function and beauty. Each historic style period has unique influences and particular style characteristics. As an informed designer, you want to be able to recognize and identify the various eras of design style and the characteristics of the various historic styles. Hopefully you will enjoy the exploration of style that you encounter in this section, acknowledging and appreciating the power of human adaptability and creativity in creating functional, aesthetically pleasing designs.

 


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Great buildings that move the spirit have always been rare. In every case they are unique, poetic, products of the heart.
Arthur Erickson

I am but an architectural composer.
Alexander Jackson Davis

I believe that the way people live can be directed a little by architecture.
Tadao Ando

I don't build in order to have clients. I have clients in order to build.
Ayn Rand

I don't divide architecture, landscape and gardening; to me they are one.
Luis Barragan

I hate vacations. If you can build buildings, why sit on the beach?
Philip Johnson

I have designed the most buildings of any living American architect.
Alexander Jackson Davis

I love building spaces: architecture, furniture, all of it, probably more than fashion. The development procedure is more tactile. It's about space and form and it's something you can share with other people.
Donna Karan

I try to give people a different way of looking at their surroundings. That's art to me.
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