The first of the 3D interior images
have been sent.
I am in my element here
. I love playing with design and before this project
commenced, I have never had CAD drawings to work with. I am like a kid with a new toy
, although still in my infancy using the program without any instructions.
For those of you who have never worked with CAD, ever single
layer can be peeled back from any side. The image can be rotated 360°, giving a 3D view of each space from any angle. The construction is broken down to every last tiny bit of material used. Items can be selected and moved around and rotated.
It must make construction hugely easier for KM, but also means they can have some confidence that the owner is not later going to pipe up with the dreaded words "I didn't know it would be like that and it's not how I want it". It must be bad enough having clients change their mind mid stream, without the added headache of disappointing someone due to misinterpretation.
was basically fully drawn up in our plans, so for us this stage is more about polishing the details. I still have the rough pencil sketch of the interior layout that Eeuwe (the owner of KM) drew in about 10 seconds when we met for the first time just over two years ago and explained what we wanted. I smile looking at it, as it is virtually unchanged.