Venkataramanan Associates, Bengaluru
Dhiraj Chilakapaty, at Venkataramanan Associates, explains how real-time virtual reality architectural walkthroughs via Trezi have helped VA become more productive.
Established in 2000, Cherry Hill is a full-service interior design and architectural firm based in India. They are among the most-recognized names in India in the field of office interior design services. With their headquarters in New Delhi and sub-offices in almost all major Indian cities, they have provided interior and architectural design services to thousands of small and large businesses.
Megawide Construction DMCC is a Philippines-based infrastructure conglomerate with a diversified portfolio in Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC), Airport Infrastructure, Progressive Property Development and Renewable Energy. They have recently adopted VR in one of their projects in India (Goa International Airport) and have seen the difference for themselves.
Smartworks builds fully serviced workspaces for rent across India. It offers a holistic experience to member companies by offering cost-effective solutions and a technology-driven environment, catering to the changing business dynamics and requirements, whether for an enterprise or an established start-up. In less than three years, the brand has not only become a market leader in the country focusing on large enterprise clientele- with a bespoke, tech and productivity enabled value proposition but the only homegrown agile workspace provider to become profitable in India.
Bijoy Ramachandran of Hundredhands talks about how virtual reality in architecture has helped his architects improve design communications by using Trezi.
Paperspace is one of Asia’s leading design collectives with experienced interior designers and offices in Singapore, Bangkok and Manila. Check out how this international team is leveraging Trezi for real-time VR rendering and virtual tours in its projects.
Ground 11, Pune : Communicating Design With Trezi
Ground 11 is a full-service architecture and urban design firm that creates exciting destinations out of their clients’ tangible and intangible requirements. The firm prides itself on learning from each culture it interacts with and uses those experiences to enrich its designs. See how Ground 11 is using immersive technologies to involve its clients throughout the design process using virtual reality architectural walkthroughs.