Part of the skill of creating architectural drawings is in presenting the design concept in an un-technical way. Demonstrating how the building will flow and behave once the development has been completed, providing the clients with a firm understanding of what the completed project will be like to use and live in are all important parts of this process.
The most efficient way to achieve this is through 3D modeling. We have all seen how architects & designers use 3D modeling to convey architectural concepts on such programs as Grand Designs, and we believe that adopting this method is the most appropriate way to present to clients.
Once the final design has been created and approved, the second role of architectural drawings is for the architect, or designer, to provide others such as the structural engineer and building contractor with concise, accurate construction drawings in order for them to be able to justify the structure, allocate the correct materials and carry out the necessary works. Many architects still use two-dimensional drawings to achieve this; we believe the most efficient method of exchanging information is through using three-dimensional design software. This enables the architect, or designer to quickly correspond to any request from others either a two dimensional hard copy for builders on site or an animated working detail
for the glazing company or engineer.