As an experienced 3D designer, I find designing spaces in three dimensions to be one of the most rewarding aspects of my profession. Recently, I worked on a project for a long-term Coca Cola client in Wakefield, transforming their industrial building into a premium environment for staff and visitors with my expertise in interior and office design, architectural visualisation and 3D visualisation.
The client had a vision to revamp their space, and I was excited to incorporate their ideas into the 3D design plan. Firstly, I took steps to understand their requirements and goals for the redesign, which were to create a visually appealing and functional work environment for their employees.
Once I had a clear understanding of their vision and requirements, I began working on the 3D design plan. To bring life and personality to the space, I analysed the existing layout, identified areas that needed improvement and incorporated a range of 3D design elements.
The redesign focused on creating a comfortable and functional work environment for employees by incorporating 3D models of ergonomic furniture and optimizing the layout for improved workflow and productivity. Moreover, the design included 3D models of elements promoting the brand, such as historical advertising, product displays and interactive installations highlighting their sustainability as a company.
Another crucial aspect of the redesign was creating a welcoming and impressive environment for visitors. In order to achieve this, we incorporated 3D models of branding elements, including Coca Cola signage, and used a bright and vibrant colour palette to create energy and excitement. The reception area was overhauled with a new 3D design, creating a professional and welcoming first impression for visitors.
Overall, with my expertise in interior and office design, architectural visualisation, and 3D visualisation, the 3D redesign of the Coca Cola office in Wakefield was a highly successful project that surpassed the client’s expectations. It was a pleasure to work with the client and help them transform their space into a premium environment for staff and visitors to experience. As a 3D designer, seeing the transformation of a space in three dimensions and its positive impact on the people who use it is always gratifying.
May 01, 2016