And just like that, the summer holidays are upon us.
The last two months have seen a marked upswing in activity. We’re riding into the holiday season on a bit of a high with a couple of VCAT projects completed and circulated ready for the appeals hearings and on the other side a number of new upcoming projects for marketing and visual impact evidence early in the new year.
It’s a far cry from where July to September activity has been – it seems that perhaps developers have become accustomed to the new level of interest rates as the demand hasn’t let up, so confidence in the property market seems to be quite strong (albeit cautious).
And in our news, we’ve moved over to a new office – its a co-working space in the CBD of Adelaide called SpaceSA – much smaller than our last digs, pretty relaxed and with a great coffee machine for the enthusiasts 🙂
It’ll serve us well for the next little while – there’s plenty of room to grow and its great to be neighbours with Samaras Build amongst other property-connected businesses.
For the feature video this month – we’re completing the series on custom concept design with Jayde Deverson from Equus Works and Deverson Design. In this last episode, Jayde focuses on what needs to happen once the construction is nearing completion and how to detail the interior spaces.
Time and client expectations management inevitably are the crunch points at this last phase of the completion of the concept and Jayde goes quite a bit in-depth about how he handles these.
The feature project this month is The Loxford estate – an upcoming large-scale master-planned community project in the Hunter Valley. Marketing for the land lots in the first precinct of about 500 homes is about to start and so far we’ve completed the static 3D visuals for the project. Also, in progress is an interactive masterplan with a video flythrough of key features and amenities nearby as well as animated sequences around the streets of the future land estate.
Thanks for being with us this year and we look forward to being in touch next year with new video interviews, case study projects and articles from the world of architectural visualisation.
All the best for the festive season,