3D visualisation artist was responsible for creating the 3D visuals of all the finishing materials and the other for creating the 3D visuals of all furniture.
The model was completely filled and textured. This was then sent by the architect to checkout before starting
work on the visualisation.
Following an in-depth discussion with the client, we decided to:
Any questions about the workflow were quickly resolved through Steam. This platform was connected to several specialists from the customer’s and the contractor’s teams.
All comments were made in the presentation, which is
where all the stages of work were collected. This meant
all parties involved could see the workflow, compare the work being completed, leave comments, and respond to queries in real time.
A folder was created where all relevant information was uploaded and shared. This meant the client and the contractor could see any updates to the project in real time.
Deliver the work in 3 drafts, with clear deadlines set for each draft to avoid delays. We maintained effective communication with the client throughout the project using Microsoft Teams.
Instruct BIM specialists to optimise the existing model and enhance 3D visualisation.
Divide the workload between three 3D visualisation artists (two worked on the interiors and one worked on the exteriors).