A very special event was celebrated today, with the wedding of Rebecca and Paul taking place beneath the magnificent Swan Fountain at Burswood. A wonderful ceremony with family and friends, topped off with a spectacular reception (and a very unique limo!) – congratulations to both Rebecca and Paul – all the best wishes for a bright future!
February 26, 2006 - Posted in: Residential Property
Filling a void in the current housing market, Loft Homes by Metrostyle has been launched in the weekend newspapers, and found in the Sunday Times "Home" liftout was this advertisement featuring 3D pre-construction images from (you guessed it!) Constructive Media!
AutoDesk have published a case study on Constructive Media entitled “The Future of Real Estate Marketing: Constructive Media Delivers Visual Solutions using Autodesk 3ds Max” – in both online and PDF formats.
February 21, 2006 - Posted in: Constructive Media
Constructive Media is always looking to improve its product line-up and services, and the best way for us to do this is to get some honest feedback from our clients, friends, media network partners and potential customers. As a bit of an incentive, we’re offering dinner for two at Vultures restaurant in Northbridge to the value of $100 plus we’ll throw in a bottle of red as well!
February 8, 2006 - Posted in: General
Constructive Media will be presenting with AutoDesk Media and Entertainment (Asia Pacific) on Monday 27 February, 2006 at the Duxton Hotel (Conference Room 3, 1 St Georges Tce) in Perth. The topic is “Ideas Realised in Design Visualisation” is best summarised by Autodesk’s invitation:
Having successfully completed our first project for Fratelle Designs, we would love to show you the visuals that were produced, but they were for a concept pitch that cannot be redistributed! So while you may be used to seeing 3D visuals in these press releases, this does illustrate one thing: for concept designs, prototypes, and other sorts of top-secret business – 3D pre-construction visuals are the business for converting your ideas into a visual representation without having to invest in physically making your idea!
February 1, 2006 - Posted in: Constructive Media
Adding head to an already saturated jobs pipeline only induces supersaturation, and we desperately needed the skills of a very talented 3D Studio Max modeller and post-production specialist – after an exhaustive search we have found those skills with Richard Pang!
We are in the Building & Design Yearbook (should be on newsagent shelves shortly) – turn to page 201 to see our advertisement! This bumper edition is truly chock-a-block full of information – you may require some heavy lifting equipment to support its weight though!