Constructive Media’s latest newsletter featuring just some of the property development projects that we have created 3D visuals, 3D animations, and virtual reality experiences for is now online for viewing! Please visit this link to read it online!
Constructive Media has completed a 3D animation depicting the Coniston Development Project, an Apache-operated project (Joint Venture between Apache and INPEX) involving the development of the Coniston and Novara oilfields via a tie-back to subsea infrastructure already in place for the Van Gogh field development.
The luxurious Mardalup development in East Perth features an array of stunning (and incredibly spacious) residences including one of the largest Penthouses you’re likely to find in Western Australia! The 3D visuals created for the project now feature in the printed brochure, also designed at Constructive Media.
The beautiful Podium development in Perry Lakes by TRG Properties is showcased through a collaboration between Constructive Media and the talented folk at Design Collision, while being sold by the equally-talented Sven Robertson from Realmark.
APB Modular specialise in portable and modular buildings for the mining and resources industry, and have over 30 years experience to back it up. They supply high quality, cost effective and innovative solutions, providing the complete range of construction services to manage the project from conception to hand over.
When Ian Loiterton approached Constructive Media with a rather unusual request to “make his 2D sketches come to life” we thought – well, why not?! Ian’s dream was to enter his sculpture “The Hand of a Savage God” into ArtPrize, an open international art sculpture competition held in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The 6.5m sculpture that is now situated in Perth’s Forrest Place was selected through an international art contest known as “Situate” and was won by artist James Angus.
When inventor Saied Sabeti approached Constructive Media, we could tell from his passionate approach that he had designed something which could change a lot of lives worldwide. The Stomalife is a new multipurpose appliance designed for the management of stoma.
When the lads at JD Rail have an idea they don’t muck about! Sick and tired of seeing the same problems repeated over and over again with conventional ballast rail systems, they thought – “There must be a better way!”