Congratulations to design image competition winner – Bracewell Stirling.
Partner, David Keith who is a keen advocate of the use of Revit said “the images produced helped ensure that the client fully understood the concept prior to signing off the design and avoided unexpected surprises once constructed. We are delighted to have been successful in the TMS competition and the new PC will be put to good use on projects using Autodesk’s Revit and 3D Studio products”.
And some background to the project:
The Poplars will replace an existing 1950s traditional bungalow which has long since passed its sell by date. The site at Torwood, near Larbert, is set on the edge of a small village with a woodland backdrop. The design brief was to deliver a house which has traditional values externally, but provides contemporary accommodation, with an emphasis on enjoying the southerly aspect to the private woodland.
David Keith felt that the reliance upon a simple external envelope with the focus on volume, daylight, views and interconnecting living spaces could not have been demonstrated fully without utilising Revit
FYI the winning image was the ‘dreich’ Scottish version – the sunny one was another they had done as a contrast.
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