How good was the AFL Grand Final? At least in the first half, there were enough nail-biting moments that it could’ve gone either way and as viewers – that’s all we want! It was just another reminder that sports provide the perfect opportunity to observe human nature and the mindset live in front of us. The mentality of the winning team could’ve been to give up after being up by 24 points, only to concede the second quarter and get down and ultimately lose. But whether it was the coaching staff or the individuals that wouldn’t let the better team lose – and they shifted the momentum pretty quickly in the third quarter and the game was over by then!
And for us, this is now the perfect wave to ride into the next three-month sprint before the industry takes a well-deserved break from an up and down year. July and August were massive with new project inquiries, only for September to quieten down and even out all that excitement.
In the project deliverables though – we’re excited to announce that one of the three VCAT projects we worked on in August, had received a permit in what should’ve been a pretty straightforward decision and ultimately our client who was proposing a beautiful home on a large block of land with over 90 new trees to be added was given the green light. And the feature project at Qudos St Leonards, from 16 apartments launched in August has already sold a quarter of them off the plans, with dozens of inquiries.
We are starting a new video series on the topic of acquiring high rise office buildings with an AFS licenced syndicate – in the first episode, Dom Cosentino from the accounting firm PKF Adelaide is discussing what it takes to set up an AFSL and their acquisition strategy basics. Click here to watch the first video in the series.
And the feature project for the month is Mornington Green Stage 1 – a set of custom 3D visuals for a memorial parkland with feature trees and spectacular landscaping where people can celebrate their loved one’s life who have decided to become a tree! Click here to read about how the camera angle diagram workshop defined which images would be created.
As always – I look forward to your questions or comments about 3D visualisation for unbuilt environments and all the best to you for the month ahead,