It's been an exciting few months since the last entry on this news page. Instead of not having much to say, it's been quite the opposite - I've been working on some really interesting and varied projects with clients. One of them has brought about the introduction of virtual tours. This is a new offering I will be making available to clients from now on.
A virtual tour enables a 'walkaround' of a space for clients or design teams as their project develops or completes. The advantage of this sort of tour is that you don't have to visit the site to get a superb feel for how it looks. This can help teams to work together more collaboratively and pinpoint how to complete subsequent stages of a build with more cohesion. Additionally, keeping a virtual tour when a building or project is finished can drastically improve your offering through marketing - communicating your work in a new, accurate and exciting way. It enables potential future clients to walk through your projects to get an honest, 360 degree feel of a space.
Have a think about how a virtual tour might help you or your business and get in touch if you want to discuss the process further.
Have a look for yourself. This one has been made for King’s Row, Ely by Palace Green Homes.