3D modelling is an advanced technical process that involves the creation of mathematical representations for different types of objects or surfaces in three dimensions with the help of specialised software. This technique is used extensively in the AEC industry to demonstrate different landscapes and building structures instead of the traditional practice of using physical models.
3D models are considered to be extremely useful in explaining or demonstrating any design pattern that is unusual or complex in nature. In the field of façade engineering, 3D modelling offers a plethora of benefits including that of saving time during the design phase of the project by reducing the number of steps. It also helps the designers retain all the finer design details in their final plan. By using this technique, the architects can visualise the physical spaces within a building so that the probable issues are identified and addressed in a timely manner.
3D modelling helps us with defining all critical panel construction and interfaces. This critical step ensures all technical aspect of construction of the façade is looked after before proceeding to production and fabrication. It ultimately saves time and money for our clients.