Top-down views are becoming very popular as they’re a familiar format to have in a brochure and to show off property developments. They have much more appeal, depth and interest than a flat 2D coloured site plan. This is because they have so much more detail, and they also have 3D shading, depth, and shadows, making them feel so real, you could reach into the brochure and almost touch them.
If you have aerial photography of the development, we can even drop these 3D site plans into your aerial photography, to show the surrounding context. This is very useful for planning, or where new developments are situated within local landmarks or recognisable areas; geographically locating them instantly in the mind of potential purchasers.