This area of the website is to give you some simple examples of what you can ask for at no extra cost and the standard of work produced by Highplans. The Software used to produced drawings works in 3D from the outset, this means you can always get a highly accurate view of exactly what your project is going to look like. Many clients who wish to be involved in the design stage like to view the 3D model as it is being produced and designed allowing full control over the design in real time. This is something Highplans are always very happy to do for clients as it results in clients getting exactly what they want. This service can be in person or online allowing you to view our screen here or from the comfort of your own home, a telephone call keeps us in contact and you can view the model online as it is being produced and altered. Click on the live design tab above for mre details of the online service.
Example of typical Drawing
Photo realistic CGI
This something that can be provided for an additional fee, usually for sales brochures etc prior to building, but could be as simple as choosing the colour of your timber stain.
Example of simple 3D animation
Below is an example of a basic 3D animation, the quality is reduced for the website. These can help you to fully understand something that may not be clear on a traditional flat paper drawing. , Highplans will happily producle animations of this style for all projects, of any scale, at no additional cost. The fully up to date software used allows easy production of 3D animations. As drawings are always produced in full 3D this is an easy option for you to consider the design compared to traditional flat paper drawings.
Example of Solar Study
Below is an example of a solar study this was produced to ensure the sunroom extension to this existing dwelling would be placed in a position and designed is such a way that maximum sunlight was gained. If you look and the top left you will see the date and time as it plays through. The neighbouring buildings were roughly added to check for overshading. In this example you can see that during summer, direct sunlight will be available from approximately 7.30am until approximately4.30pm, which was a succuesful result for this particular sun room, designed as a breakfast area to the existing building.