Visualization is more than putting an image on a screen—it’s about storytelling and experiencing an unbuilt project to guide the design process. Our goal is to use the most appropriate, compelling technologies to communicate the design and project story to our clients, whether using panoramas on an iPad, virtual reality headsets, a CAVE environment or architectural films.

Immersive environments give us a chance to validate design, verify scale and experience how it feels to engage with a building or space before it’s built. We show nurses prototype designs of patient rooms so they can react and respond to the layout and configuration. We engage students to experience their new School of Business building years before construction begins to get their feedback on the classrooms and study spaces. By using the latest and most effective visualization technologies, we’re able to partner with our clients and lead them through their unbuilt building to gain valuable feedback during the design process.