Trying to envisage how different spaces will look – partitioned and filled with furniture that suits your business – is perhaps the biggest challenge. You can visit building after building with your agent and after a while, they all start to look the same.
Most customers can understand a floor plan but it gets very difficult to visualize a space in a three-dimensional way when presented with two-dimensional content, especially offices with large floor areas and complex fit-outs. The interactive 3D floor plan models allow potential tenants to become fully immersed as if they’re physically there in the space.
Check out an article by REA about our interactive 3D rendered floor plan models for commercial real estate leasing. Interviews with Marcel Marais, Director at 3DSpaces and Mark McCann, National Director Office Leasing at Colliers International.
Read the article here.Tags: Commercial Real Estate, Floorplans & Siteplans, Photography, Residential Real Estate