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Architectural models take the guess work out of imaging your new addition.  (All renderings by Vincent Randazzese exclusively for Roost Builders.)

Architectural models take the guess work out of imaging your new addition.  (All renderings by Vincent Randazzese exclusively for Roost Builders.)

Roost Builders provides architectural modeling services for additions to existing homes.

The design proposed is always intended to give a real boost to the existing roost -- translating the original style and charm. 

Project Notes:

Displayed here is a proposed porch addition which incorporates architectural features of the existing structure into the design of the addition.

It is often difficult for a homeowner to imagine what their new addition will look like once it is added to the original structure.

Architectural modeling provides perspective and scale in 3-D renderings which offer architectural details and finished trim and color so that you no longer have to wonder what your addition or porch will look like before you decide to build.

Since the detailing is to scale, the process also provides our team with cost-saving fine-tuning opportunities to discuss details with an informed client who can see the project from all sides.  

The added fee for architectural modeling more often than not pays for itself in peace of mind. 

 

Step One:  A 3-D rendering of your exisiting home to scale.

Step One:  A 3-D rendering of your exisiting home to scale.

Step Two:  A rendering of the proposed addition (or porch) to scale as it would relate to the exisiting structure.

Step Two:  A rendering of the proposed addition (or porch) to scale as it would relate to the exisiting structure.

Step Three:  Additional perspectives to show access and massing.

Step Three:  Additional perspectives to show access and massing.

Step Four:  Perspectives for interior views.

Step Four:  Perspectives for interior views.


Gaining Perspective:

Architectural modeling also allows the client to understand the relation of the size and massing of the new structure to the exisiting home and yard.