One specific area with floor plans which we know can always be a bit of a struggle for non-industry folks, is how to communicate an open area below from a second floor. Our main objective with this project was to build out the main entry area, with 20 foot ceilings, to allow the user to gain a true understanding of the vast open scale by being able to physically walk around in the entry.



While most of the problems we find ourselves solving relate to the visual characteristics of Architecture, what drives us is how we can better relate the intangibles of a space to clients. One of the overarching key intangible characteristics of any design is spatial relationship. The clients of this Dover home were unable to get a feel for how the openness from Family Room, Breakfast Area and Kitchen would all flow with one another. Our strategy was to build out the entire first floor in Virtual Reality and allow them to physically walk through their space. 



Floor plans and exterior renderings can sometimes only paint half the picture. This was exactly the circumstance, which lead to this Wellesley Residence Project. How can you possibly convey to someone what an open two-story entry foyer would feel like? This was our challenge, and Virtual Reality was the solution.