When buying or investing in a new property Floor Plans are considered to be the first step to analyse the property. It is essential when designing and building a home to have a solid Floor Plan. A good floor plan can increase the recreational value of the house by creating a nice flow between spaces and also increase its property value.A floor plan is basically a drawing to scale, which shows a view from above, of the spaces, relationships and other physical features between rooms at one level of a structure. Floor plans are useful to help design furniture layout, spacing between rooms and much more.
2D B&W/Colour Floor Plans
A black-and-white floor plan is a 2D diagram, viewed from above, of a property, building, office, or individual room. It shows structural components like walls, doors, and windows, usually together with dimensions. Dimensions give you an idea of the length and size of the individual walls and rooms.
2.2D Location Maps
The 2D Map view is ideal for working with orthomosaics and digital surface models and is the default view for projects. 3D layers, such as LAS files added to this map, are meant for analysis. The 3D Map view is ideal for visualising your flight data in 3D as well as viewing products such as SLPK Point Clouds and 3D Textured Meshes from multiple angles.
2D Color Elevations
Elevations are considered as the first impression which attracts customer attention. Nowadays color elevation is considered a most valuable marketing tool for your clients where you can impress builders, real estate agents, or developers or when you want to sell your property.
4.3D Color Floor Plans
3D floor plan
A 3D floor plan, or 3D floor plan, is a virtual model of a building floor plan, depicted from a birds eye view, utilised within the building industry to better convey architectural plans. Usually built to scale, a 3D floor plan must include walls and a floor and typically includes exterior wall fenestrations, windows, and doorways. It does not include a ceiling so as not to obstruct the view.
5.2D Site Plans
A site plan or a plot plan is a type of drawing used by architects, landscape architects, urban planners, and engineers which shows existing and proposed conditions for a given area, typically a parcel of land which is to be modified. Sites typically show buildings, roads, sidewalks and paths/trails, parking, drainage facilities, sanitary sewer lines, water lines, lighting, and landscaping and garden elements.
6.3D cut Sections
3D section cuts cut away the material from the plane, beyond the slice or outside the box to expose the cavity within the product.