COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) SOFTWARE IN INTERIOR DESIGN
Traditionally, interior designers have employed two-dimensional drawings and three-dimensional scale models to represent design proposals.
But a third form of representation has become popular in interior design
Computer-aided design (CAD), enables designers to shape and visualize their ideas unlike ever before.
By incorporating this technology in interior design, you can see what you will get as an end product.
This software comes equipped with thousands of furniture items, textures, colors, and many more features that you see in the decorating room.
Whatever you are designing, this software program can put any type of furniture in the room, make the furniture any color, and even put a teapot on the stove.
Every image that you see in the finished product will look real and the software allows scanning of the space from every angle
July 2, 2008 Filed Under: House Interior Computer-aided design software have become an integral part of interior design, making the work of the designer mush easier and fault free
This software do not replace traditional drawing and scale models instead, the three forms of representation complements one another in a way that allows design processes to become far more efficient, and allows previously inaccessible designs possibilities to be explored.
The computer aided design(cad) software has saved time and money for not only the designer doing the work but also for the person who needs their space decorated because both parties will know exactly what it will look like when it done.
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