D.Morris Design offer Interior and Exterior 3D Visualisation, as well as 3D floor plans. We work on residential and commercial design projects with a range of clients including Home Owners, Property Developers, Retail Business owners, and Interior Designers.

What is 3D Visualisation?

We use CAD to build digital 3D models of buildings, rooms, or furniture. Materials and lighting are then added to the models to show interior design finishes. We then define different viewpoints which are processed by computer software to create computer-generated imagery (CGI).

Why do I need 3D Visualisation?

3D Visualisation is a great tool for a range of different types of client and application. For example, they can help us to understand the Architectural design and give feedback on layout and finishes before anything has been built.

As a result, changes can be made to improve the design much more cost-effectively, early on in the design phase. They are a crucial part of planning applications, helping to show the proposed design as well as its impact on surrounding buildings.

It is also a fantastic tool for marketing properties before they have been built. This eliminates the need for costly property staging, and means they can be marketed much earlier than usual.

Why choose D.Morris Design?

We are always happy to be flexible with the service we offer, making sure we deliver exactly what our clients need at a fair and honest price. Consequently, we have developed great relationships with out clients.

Get in touch now for more information or to discuss your project requirements.

Exterior 3d visual showing the external view of a bungalow extension from the back garden. the house has dark grey roof tiles and window frames, and white render. There are large bi-fold doors leading from the open-plan kitchen diner to a large paved area with wooden outdoor seating. There is also some lounge seating on the left hand side of the patio. There are large plant pots to the left of the bi-fold door underneath the utility room window. Flower beds line the right hand side of the patio and either side of the lawn area of the garden.
3D visualisation of a chalet bungalow extension for an architect. Used to support the residential design and planning application.
Interior 3D visualisation of a new commercial retail space in Harvey Nichols, Manchester. It shows a bespoke till unit and repair booth area with charred accoya cladding which mimics the look of soft leather. Under counter LED lighting and feature pendant lights help to create visual interest.
exterior 3D visualisation for the residential design of a bungalow conversion to support the planning application. The visual shows a chalet bungalow with clay roof tiles and bay windows. There is a dormer window on the first floor serving the two front bedrooms. A wooden gate down the side of the right hand side of the house leads to the back garden. there is also a white picket fence on either side of the front garden, with flower borders outside the front of the house and around the edge of a lawn area. There is also a gravel drive on the right hand side.
Interior 3d visualisation (computer-generated imagery CGI) of a kitchen extension with exposed brick wall and white kitchen units. The image looks across the wooden dining table to a secluded courtyard and study beyond. A large white orchid sits on the table in the middle of the picture, and there is an exposed brick wall behind the table and a large painting just visible on the right hand side of the image.
bright and colourful living room extension with lightwell for natural light on the right hand side. geometric patterned cushions and compliment the dark teal walls and navy bookshelf. There is a large l-shaped sofa at the back of the main living room space and two seater sofa under the lightwell.
loft conversion with en-suite, skylights for maximising natural light and built in wardrobe
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