This interview was one of the last times I properly stepped outside the house, a few weeks before the lockdown in the UK.
I had arranged this interview with Daniele Sini of Richard Markland Architects to discuss their innovative methods of project delivery and software usage, where they have adapted gaming software and virtual reality to communicate design ideas with clients and consultant teams.
However when I visited their office their team had begun working from home, and they were adapting their innovative set up to create a virtual studio. Daniele is a very experienced architect. Having spent over seventeen years in professional practice, and in the last twelve years he has been leading complex projects from initial design to completion. Currently he is the project lead on a large newly built private residential building amongst others.
In this episode you will learn:
– The software mix RMA are using to produce ‘real time’ photorealistic 3D models
– How the studio has enabled it’s staff to work remotely
– How the studio uses virtual reality to assistant client decisions and how in the not to distant future will even hold client meetings in VR.
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Richard Markland Architects