1:20 Scale Sectional Model of House
Commissioned as a teaching aid, this cut-away model was designed to illustrate typical construction techniques in a standard domestic building. The client’s aim was that the model could be used instead of site visits to clarify some fairly basic methods of construction. The model included details such as wall ties, staircase construction, and even roofing materials.
1:15 Scale Conservatory Sunroom Model
Made for a company that specializes in high quality conservatories, this detailed model needed to reflect the product’s elegant design and high levels of finish (inside and out). The model’s primary purpose was to act as an eye catching display at shows and exhibitions to help attract potential customers to the company’s stand. To give it a bit of extra “sparkle” we incorporated battery powered working interior lights. As a further complication, the model also had to be made strong enough to withstand conventional courier delivery to central Scotland where the company is based.
1:25 Scale Portacabin Site Office
At 1:25 scale, this was quite a large and detailed model of what, on the face of it, is an uninspiring subject. However the model was actually commissioned to illustrate a proposed "environmentally friendly" site office featuring solar panels, rainwater collection, and a wind turbine.
1:25 Scale Model of Data Centre for International Bank
A large complex model representing the Data Centre systems for an international bank. The aim of this fully interactive model was to provide a visual demonstration of the complex networks involved in data handling and storage for the bank’s various services. For more details visit “Recent Projects” and select November 2007.
1:20 Scale Model of Information Point
This model was used to help illustrate the proposed design of a new information booth. It had removable security screens and faithful representation of all the material finishes. Even the illumination was a scaled down representation of the proposed lighting system.
1:25 Scale Vets Practice
The client for this project, a chain of vets, wanted a portable model that showed the typical internal layout of one of their newly built practices. We suggested this 1:25 scale stylized model because it offered plenty of recognizable internal detail but was easily transportable at only 800mm long. Rather than have a removable roof, we made the roof panels out of clear acrylic to allow easy viewing of the internal detail (this also keeps the dust out). Whilst it is predominantly a white stylized model, we added highlights of realistic colour to add extra visual interest.
1:75 Scale Seaside Tower
This dramatic model of a 14-storey apartment tower featured general illumination plus individual illumination of specific plots at the touch of a button. At 1:75 scale we were able to show a high level of detail.