We've talked a bit about our 3D modeling services on the blog, which we feel really separate us from other builders, but we wanted to truly explain and show you what this means for you when you're building a home. You can see a 2D layout a million times but it's really hard to visualize how it will look. How much of the kitchen will you be able to see from the living room? How much room do you have for a table? Is the kitchen island too large (or not large enough)? We get it, it's hard to envision all of this and then you add in the layered complexity of your finishes and trims and it makes it that much harder.
So, here's what we've done at Nosan Signature Homes to make the whole process of building your dream home that much more enjoyable and allow both of us to avoid costly mistakes. We have an in-house designer who can mock up 3D renderings of any view of your home and even layer on your selected trims/finishes so you can truly see how they'll look in the space. We recently did this for our home in Baron Estates and made several adjustments based on how the home appeared in 3D.
Building a home is stressful enough, we don't want you to second guess your decisions just because you can't see the finished product. We look forward to continuing to use this technology on all of our new homes and make the home building experience as transparent and fun as possible for our homeowners.
Front Elevation - 3D vs. 2D at 3235 Baron Court
3D renderings of the great room and kitchen at 3235 Baron Court
Standard 2D floorplan of great room and kitchen at 3235 Baron Court