Renovation of Commercial Unit from Point Cloud to 3D Modeling
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Interior and exterior modeling

3D modelling of an existing commercial unit for renovation from Point cloud file

This project involved the renovation of a small commercial unit in France, leveraging interior scan data and exterior images provided by the client. The primary focus was to create a detailed 3D model of the existing interior and exterior conditions, integrating them into a comprehensive building model, and incorporating facility management components for holistic renovation planning.

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    Project Information:

    Location: France

    Type: Commercial renovation

    Scope: Interior and exterior modeling, facility management integration

    Project Objective:

    The main objective of this project was to create an integrated 3D model of a small commercial unit in France, incorporating both interior and exterior elements. This model would serve as a foundational tool for the client’s renovation planning, allowing for a visual representation of the building’s current state while ensuring consistency with the exterior appearance.

    Client Synopsis:

    Our client provided interior scan data and exterior images, seeking assistance in the renovation of their small commercial unit in France. The client required a comprehensive model that would facilitate redesigning the interior spaces while considering the building’s exterior and incorporating facility management components.

    Challenges Faced:

    • Exterior Modeling from Images: Creating an accurate exterior model solely from client-provided images was a significant challenge. Achieving realism and precision in the representation of the building’s exterior required meticulous analysis and attention to detail.
    • Data Integration: Seamlessly integrating interior scan data and exterior images into a single model was a complex technical task. Ensuring that both components fit together accurately was essential to provide an accurate representation of the building.
    • Facility Management Integration: Incorporating facility management details, including HVAC and security systems, into the model presented complexities. This required a comprehensive understanding of the building’s systems to provide the client with a holistic view for renovation planning.

    Project Value Addition:

    The project’s value addition was creation of a comprehensive 3D model that serves as a powerful tool for renovation planning. The integrated model allowed the client to visualize and redesign interior spaces while maintaining consistency with the building’s exterior appearance. Additionally, the inclusion of facility management components ensures that all critical aspects of the building are considered during the planning phase.

    Conclusion:

    To conclude, this renovation project successfully utilized interior scan data and exterior images to create a detailed and integrated 3D model of a small commercial unit in France. Despite the challenges posed by exterior modeling from images and data integration, the resulting model provides the client with a valuable resource for redesigning the building, with a focus on accuracy, realism, and facility management integration. This project represents a significant step towards the client’s renovation goals, offering a comprehensive view of the building’s current state and its potential future.