Envision 3D uses 3D rendering as a powerful design tool for remodeling, new home, and interior design, as well as landscape design.
Our clients are oftentimes wanting to transform a space or build something new, but are not sure exactly what they want. Even if they do, they fear being dissatisfied in the end because the finished work won't be what they had pictured—or what they thought the contractor was going to provide. Enter Envision 3D...
As is commonly seen on home improvement programs, Envision 3D works with each client to create a design concept they love, using a realistic, fully-detailed, 3D model, coupled with a detailed plan.
The client is able to virtually “stand in”—even “walk through,” their finished space, before the project even begins.
Envision 3D makes the client an active participant in the project, communicating, visualizing, and creating—with us and their contractor and/or architect, or as an empowered do-it-your-selfer.
Envision 3D is a professional design firm; we are not licensed architects. Envision 3D does, however, maintain collaborative relationships with licensed and reputable architects, and drafters. If architectural services are required or desired, we are fully prepared to involve a licensed architect into your project.
"Before You Build... ENVISION It."™
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Design, Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Drafting, Floor Plans, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Landscape Plans, Laundry Room Design, New Home Construction, Space Planning, Universal Design
Albuquerque, Isleta, Los Ranchos De Albuquerque, North Valley, Paradise Hills, Rio Rancho, Sandia Heights, South Valley, Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, New Mexico
Commented: Who's home is this?Hello,
No, it is not a home belonging to the Klines. If you are familiar with Albuquerque, where the home is located, it is in North Albuquerque Acres. This family used our services to design and v...
4 April, 2014
Commented: What would you put here?Yes, the image that anne dee posted captures what I was trying to describe. Great look. Also, consider a shelf over the tile. You can place changeable items on it, such as a clock, a menu board, c...
Commented: Suggestions for living room paint colorCheck out Martha Stewart's paint colors in the yellow and cream families. Two that we are finding very versatile and soft/soothing in our designs are (Sherwin Williams) 8141 - Chopstick and 8162 - Go...