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Promoting Your Architecture Firm Using Virtual Reality: Client Engagement, Part 2

Client Engagement, Part 2

Early Design Collaboration

VR can be a highly effective communication medium in the early design stages of a project. It allows you to quickly do basic blocking and show your clients basic layouts. This will help them understand the space they’re working with right from the start, and it’ll help set you on the right track early on based on their feedback. It will also help them feel more involved in the process and not quite so lost—as floorplans and sketches have the tendency to do.

Final Decisions

As helpful as VR can be in the early stages of a design, it’s also a game-changer for decision-making in the last stages. With highly detailed, photo-realistic renderings, you can showcase the finished product to your clients in all its glory, and get much clearer feedback. Virtual Reality has been known to predict real-world construction errors before construction even begins. On top of this, presenting your final renderings in VR has the added benefit of helping your clients feel more reassured of the real-life design they’ll be getting, and be happier with the finished construction when everything’s finished. Interested in trying VR for free? Head to and start your free trial today.