1,045 model Home Office Design Photos

Groundswell Design Group, LLC
Philadelphia Penthouse Apartment
creation of a model and a true three-dimensional representation of the structure you’re designing. The model is imbued with all of the real-world characteristics of a physical building, such as windows, doors, hardware and wall construction. BIM allows you to create a single, “intelligent” model, in which
in the model, any of the drawing sheets (views) you’ve created that reference that particular window will reflect this change automatically. So too will the plans and sections, which can reduce your coordination and drawing time significantly. There’s a fundamental difference between modeling the building
When you insert a window into a wall in the plan view of your model, it comes with a definable subset of information (type, size, color, glazing etc.) automatically associated with it.Your drawing set is essentially extracted from the model by viewing it from different vantage points (a plan view, section
“Metal wall” — setchells
Caitlin & Caitlin Design Co.
8 Reviews
Arts District Loft
costHigher up-front investment in both learning and drawing/modelingStill often requires the integration of 2D CAD for certain drawing tasksPlug-ins may be required to achieve optimal drawing outputWhile the up-front input time is greater, the model, the net result, is an infinitely more adaptable databank
Advantages of BIM:Fully integrated workflow: Changes made to the model appear in all views created from the modelAllows more thorough coordination of building systems, such as M/E/P, structural and landscapeLess time on tedious drawing tasks
“exposed mechanical” — ethankemp
Contemporary Home Office
architectural drawing. The goal was to infuse a three-dimensional interactive building model with layers of real-world information. The company created the foundation of what we call today BIM, or building information modeling. Ten years after that, in his architectural practice, Frank Gehry began using CATIA
delivery.The power of a 3D BIM design strategy is that it embodies a different and more integrated way of thinking about design. Creating a single digital model of your building means you’ll have a more robust picture of exactly how all of the real-world building systems interact. We’ve all had the hand-to-forehead
eliminate these types of problems before they arise in the more costly environment of the construction site by integrating them in a shared digital model.
“Bkk desk” — toomanyjens
Melander Architects, Inc.
The Church Residence
just a couple, and each have their own learning curve.More robust rendering and modeling programs, like Maya ($3,675), 3dsMax ($3,675), Form-Z ($1,390) and Rhino ($1,295 and up), are worth considering if higher-level modeling and presentation tasks are part of your workflow. These are expensive programs
“...” — obarovero arch&design
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Concord Green Home
the model ship, map, whites, dark wood
Nautical PrintsTake one model boat and mix it with a nautically inspired wallpaper, and you have a vintage take on the classic coastal look. I just love this mix — it's simple, and
ship model
“map wall covering-different and very appealing” — belgianblock
Laura Manning Bendik
Goshen Ridge Model Home
Make it legal. "This desk was featured in a model home that I designed about 10 years ago," says Laura Bendik of DesignStudioB. The concept was a lawyer's home office in a solarium off a formal living
Goshen Ridge Model Home
“desk” — 111wesleymaritz
Walk Interior Design Limited
2 Reviews
WalkiD house
Hang up your wheelsBicycles look great hung on a wall – and it keeps them from getting under your feet, too. This white model adds interest to a modern home office, but if you intend to ride your bike most days, opt for a wall near the front door for minimum hassle.
“bike over desk... hmmm.” — zhellane
Gallery Loft
parson's desk. Molded plastic chairs such as this one can be surprisingly comfortable, but before you commit to one, spend some time sitting in a similar model to get a feel for how well you'll like it.
“The curtains” — Scott Owen
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