In our increasingly digitized world and
current pandemic/corona situation, where everything is available with a touch
of a finger on our smartphones where we try to minimize front to front meetings as
well as site meetings. It should come as no surprise that virtual reality (VR)
is starting to be the next evolution in the Interior design industry.
It’s a completely made-up virtual environment
that also uses 3D models of products, and everything else.
It allows viewers to
get a better sense of how a space will look and feel in a 3D mode of
representation that is more like the everyday experience.
designers are used to interpreting 2D representations of designs like floor
plans, elevations, and finish boards, non-design professionals typically have
more trouble visualizing the experience of being in spaces proposed by 2D
representations, having the ability to show the client what their space will look
like is not only exciting for them, but also helps the designer to sell more
rooms. Clients are able to see the vision in color and make changes, if needed.
VR helps to remove the fear that a client might have about committing to a
design plan that they are unsure of.
The design emerges
keeping in mind interior structures, materials, spatial planning, and
ergonomics, allows the user to move around freely and conceptualize a layout of
their own choice. Being inside the space creates a unique perspective and makes
customers appreciate the efficient ways of how the design works out.
VR is an interesting tool because it’s an opportunity to go beyond an image that’s about mood, and VR evokes a bit of a surrealistic because it’s not totally perfect yet. But it’s a pretty accurate experience of being there without actually being there. This way you can get a window into your future space