After successfully completing our fourth project for O’Rourke Realty Investments, we would like to officially welcome O’Rourke Realty to the world of Constructive Media!
October 17, 2005 - Posted in: Residential Property
We liek to follow the progress of our clients projects past the 3D stage, not just as a point of interest, but because we like to compare just how close to got the preconstruction images to the final product! Next weekend is the official opening date for the Trillogie development, and it is looking stunning!
October 11, 2005 - Posted in: Technical
Freaky news in the 3D world – two of the major players in the 3D software industry have just announced they will become one! Autodesk has recently announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Alias for a lazy $182 million – pocket change really. This could signal that 3DS Max will be incorporating a lot of Maya’s features which would be very much welcomed – we’re already hanging out for 3DS Max 8 which should be arriving at our office within weeks!
October 10, 2005 - Posted in: Residential Property
Every now and then we like to showcase the work of one of our clients, and this time around it’s Oswald Homes.
October 6, 2005 - Posted in: Constructive Media
The Constructive Media Network continues to grow, and with its growth come tales of local businesses being brought together.
September 27, 2005 - Posted in: Charity
Now an annual event, a casino night was held last Friday to raise money to help find a cure for Juvenile Diabetes! On arrival guests were issued "funny money" to bet with and were asked to donate a token amount to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – apart from a dodgy money wheel that paid out 4:1 on a few too many occasions, the night went well for all concerned, with Larissa Plackett taking out the perpetual prize, a coveted “50 cent” framed poster passed on from last year’s winner, Jamie Lee.
September 27, 2005 - Posted in: Residential Property
One recently completed project revealed a magnificent land development currently underway by Landcorp in South Beach, Fremantle. A design proposal by Richard Longley Architects required the creation of A1 presentation boards from hand-drawn sketches to promote energy-efficient design incorporating passive heating a cooling principles. 3D visuals and a streetscape were created, original sketches were drum-scanned, and the final set of boards was matt laminated and mounted on 10mm foamcore.
September 21, 2005 - Posted in: Constructive Media
We’ve known it for a while now (humility runs throughout this company!) but gosh darn it, it’s time we tell the rest of the world that we roc! If you’re wondering if our English skills are lacking somewhat, let us explain with this very apt photo: