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Corporate sector is not only known for its statistics and business but also for its infrastructure. A well built infrastructure is a sign of good architecture. But for that proper picturization of the dream corporate office is necessary. Here, the need of a 3D view arises.

Understanding the architectural format and to make its 3D presentation on computer device before it is being created-remodelled in actual world, mainly used by architects, engineers, builders, individual client is tedious but challenging job. With this service we were the only people around originally. Now it has been many years, we are in to this industry. In few years this multi facilitated service with its nonstop innovation & up gradation in technology took architectural industry to a different level. And today it became an important source for clients as they could use it for presentations purposes.


5 Trends Shaping Future Of Architecture


What does the future of the architecture industry hold? We asked experts from some of the world’s most innovative companies to look into their crystal balls and divine the ways that the built environment will evolve over the next five years. Largely optimistic, these trends indicate a rosy future for the structures that surround us every day. Architects predict that these buildings won't be as flashy, but they'll be far more useful on an everyday basis— (the starchitect-designed roof leak is so last century). And they may be built of a material you haven't even heard of yet.
Here are some of the ways that architects expect the field will change in the near future:


Starchitecture will dim.
Steve McConnell, managing partner at NBBJ, says architectural design is moving from paying "a lot of attention to the artifact—the physical thing—to a greater emphasis of the opportunity represented when people gather." He describes this way of working with clients as "almost in a realm of strategic partnering with businesses."
For instance, for the firm’s Tencent campus, where the client wanted to encourage spontaneous run-ins between employees, NBBJ mapped the pathways that would be taken throughout the building by thousands of employees, designing the building to maximize intersections between those paths.
Julian Weyer, partner at the Denmark-based C.F. Møller Architects, agrees that clients are more interested in the thinking behind design, rather than just chasing after starchitecture. "There’s a counter trend which focuses more on meaning," he explains. "Why do we even construct anything? That can be more fruitful—what do we actually need, rather than who’s going to design it."


Architecture will be more collaborative.
As clients become more interested in thinking outside the physical box of the building, architects will need to collaborate with more experts from different fields—like NBBJ's in-house brain scientist. "We are already seeing today broad design teams that include social anthropologists and environmental scientists who are creating nurturing, sustainable and meaningful environments," says Jay Brotman of Svigals + Partners, a New Haven, Connecticut-based firm. "In the future we will see policy makers joining these teams which will [create] a more holistic perspective of the built environment and effect broader change."


Chinese architecture will be more subtle.
Known for some of the tallest and most unusual-looking architecture in the world, China has proven to be a fertile market for architecture in recent years. " You could build almost anything, and it would be commercially viable," Steve McConnell of NBBJ says. Now, he sees the market trending toward more sophisticated design as the country urbanizes and the real estate industry gets stronger.


"We’re seeing another wave of market maturity that’s going to see more mature design work and understanding of [a building’s] performance," he says. He sees comments by Chinese leadership, such as the president’s recent tirade against "weird architecture" like the Rem Koolhaas-designed CCTV headquarters) as a sign that going forward, Chinese projects will face greater scrutiny over their utility, rather than their flashy looks.




Madras Government House-Indian Reformation in British Style



3D Power & Historians regard the year 1757 as the starting point of the British Empire in India, even though large parts of the country remained under the rule of Indian princes. It took nearly another hundred years for the East India Company and the British government to extend British rule to northern and western India. The British ruled over the Indians for nearly two centuries, when finally in 1947, India gained independence and became a sovereign state.

During these years, the British introduced innumerous reforms in India. They developed roads, introduced better means of communication, built great cities and buildings to facilitate their smooth governance over the large Indian sub-continent. Renowned architects of the likes of Lutyens, Edward Frere, Le Corbusier, etc. laid layout plans for some modern Indian cities and designed exquisite buildings during this period. These buildings and monuments still stand high glorifying the excellence of these icons of modern architecture.


When the British government had consolidated its position in India, it decided to redefine its administration. A whole new Government architecture was developed. During the initial phase, the East India Company's main interest in India was to generate internal revenue for promoting its trade but under the British government, India developed as a colony and British dominion.
The government developed a transport network to help its economic, military, and administrative operations. Railway building in India was done for both military and economic reasons. Government buildings were erected and new cities developed. The foundation stone for British architecture was laid down.

In the subsequent pages to follow, a series of information has been provided regarding some exquisite examples of British architecture in India and also the life of some ingenious architects who contributed to it. One of the work has been recognized as The Madras Government House.
The Madras Government House: The vestiges of the British architecture can be traced to the times when the East India Company had a firm hold over a large part of the Indian mainland. The Madras Government House represents the architecture trends of the period. Unlike its French equivalent at Pondicherry, Government House Triplicane, Madras (now Chennai) is typical except for its later Banqueting Hall.

The Madras Government House was adapted for Lord Clive in the 1790s from an earlier one, after the pattern set at Pondicherry by the residence built for Dupleix some fifty years earlier. There superimposed arcaded loggias before clerestory-lit major spaces were articulated with Doric and Ionic Orders in the Academic Classical manner of early 18th-century France.
At Triplicane, however, much lighter colonnaded verandahs, elegant but quite uncanonical in their intercolumniations, were erected around much of the side as well as the front. The whole complex is dominated by the Doric Banqueting Hall, which, even in its original form without the lower arcading -but not least in the application of column to wall - was as remote from its ostensible model, the Parthenon, as the main house is from Academic Classical principle.




Inspiring Offices: The 9 Coolest Celebrities Who Work In Style


Planning to redecorate your office and need some design inspiration for you office? Whether working from home, or an office,  why not work in style? Have a look at these celebrities/female entrepreneurs and their amazing offices!


1 Jessica Alba – The Honest Office
The Honest Company’s office is eco-friendly, bright and located in sunny LA. Originally a toy factory but has been converted into a chic office.



2 – Diane Von Furstenberg HQ
Print, color, art, and travel influence Diane von Furstenberg’s company.  The interiors of her corporate headquarters in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District are light-filled and a creative environment for fashion creativity.




3 – Lauren Conrad 
She’s approachable, no-nonsense, and possesses a kind of self-awareness and sophistication that seems beyond her 28 years old. The decor of her office is flirty, chic and includes an array of countless design sketches, mood boards, ladylike trinkets and racks of clothing.


4 – Whitney Port – Whitney Eve
Her office is bright, happy, and modern. By downsizing furniture, integrating useful storage pieces, hanging inspiring artwork, laying down eclectic rugs, and accessorizing with unique objects, a gorgeous transformation occured—one that we completely envy!



5- Rachel Zoe
We love how the open glass doors and clean lines make this office feel




6 – Victoria Beckham
Located in Battersea, South East London, Victoria has a minimal office characterizing her personal style.



7 – Nastygal founder Sophia Amoruso office
Statement, vintage, and high-low. Girlboss Amoruso makes her retail magic happen from her newly minted downtown Los Angeles headquarters, where, alongside 300 employees, she oversees her company, which boasts upward of $100 million in annual sales.



8 – Net a Porter founder Natalie Massenet
We at 3D Power cannot close this beautiful discussion without mentioning Natalie Massenet, the woman behind one of the most well designed, expertly curated, editorially rich shopping sites around, a.k.a. Net-a-Porter, is our fashion hero. Not only does her love of dangly earrings run deep (co-sign), she’s also an incredibly brilliant business woman, industry leader (she’s the chairman of the British Fashion Council) and mother to two gorgeous kids.


5 Trends Shaping Future Of Architecture


What does the future of the architecture industry hold? We asked experts from some of the world’s most innovative companies to look into their crystal balls and divine the ways that the built environment will evolve over the next five years. Largely optimistic, these trends indicate a rosy future for the structures that surround us every day. Architects predict that these buildings won't be as flashy, but they'll be far more useful on an everyday basis— (the starchitect-designed roof leak is so last century). And they may be built of a material you haven't even heard of yet.
Here are some of the ways that architects expect the field will change in the near future:


Starchitecture will dim.
Steve McConnell, managing partner at NBBJ, says architectural design is moving from paying "a lot of attention to the artifact—the physical thing—to a greater emphasis of the opportunity represented when people gather." He describes this way of working with clients as "almost in a realm of strategic partnering with businesses."
For instance, for the firm’s Tencent campus, where the client wanted to encourage spontaneous run-ins between employees, NBBJ mapped the pathways that would be taken throughout the building by thousands of employees, designing the building to maximize intersections between those paths.
Julian Weyer, partner at the Denmark-based C.F. Møller Architects, agrees that clients are more interested in the thinking behind design, rather than just chasing after starchitecture. "There’s a counter trend which focuses more on meaning," he explains. "Why do we even construct anything? That can be more fruitful—what do we actually need, rather than who’s going to design it."


Architecture will be more collaborative.
As clients become more interested in thinking outside the physical box of the building, architects will need to collaborate with more experts from different fields—like NBBJ's in-house brain scientist. "We are already seeing today broad design teams that include social anthropologists and environmental scientists who are creating nurturing, sustainable and meaningful environments," says Jay Brotman of Svigals + Partners, a New Haven, Connecticut-based firm. "In the future we will see policy makers joining these teams which will [create] a more holistic perspective of the built environment and effect broader change."


Chinese architecture will be more subtle.
Known for some of the tallest and most unusual-looking architecture in the world, China has proven to be a fertile market for architecture in recent years. " You could build almost anything, and it would be commercially viable," Steve McConnell of NBBJ says. Now, he sees the market trending toward more sophisticated design as the country urbanizes and the real estate industry gets stronger.


"We’re seeing another wave of market maturity that’s going to see more mature design work and understanding of [a building’s] performance," he says. He sees comments by Chinese leadership, such as the president’s recent tirade against "weird architecture" like the Rem Koolhaas-designed CCTV headquarters) as a sign that going forward, Chinese projects will face greater scrutiny over their utility, rather than their flashy looks.


Dewan Devdi- The Corporal Asset Of India



3D Power presents Dewan Devdi, which was once the beautiful palace of the Salar Jung nobles. There were five people from the family of the Salar Jungs who served as Prime Ministers of the erstwhile Hyderabad State. The palace is situated nearCharminar and Chow Mahalla Palace in Hyderabad. Dewan Devdi palace once housed all the rare collections and artefacts, which you can see in Salar Jung Museum.


The entrance of the palace (which now razed to the ground), is marked by two gateways, one on the northern side along Chatta Bazaar and another opposite Madina Hotel. These gateways were built in Regional Mughal Variation (known as RMV Style), illustrated by arches, canopies and projected balconies with windows called as "Jharokas". The one on the northern side is a double storied gateway consisting of three cusped arches, one inside and the other leading to what was once a huge courtyard.


The northern gate was meant for the visitors from the north. The first floor over the gate was used for playing "Roshan Chowki" and drums thrice a day and on special occasions when some dignitaries visited the Devdi. Though the palace building no more exists, the threshold of the palace stands even today, giving you the impression of the grandeur Devdi and the avenues inside.


We at 3D Power believe that due to the negligence of the later governing bodies, the magnificent palace has now changed into a transport and shopping complex selling all the ordinary things. Many of the people, who earn their living from the shops they have put up here, barely know the significance of this erstwhile palace. This just reflects the little disregard of their people in lineage, negligence of the authorities in power and general lack of interest of the citizens.






Google Office – Zurich



It’s no secret that Google is a fun, fresh company, with tonnes of money, and dedicated employees, and part of the secret behind these employees is the awesome offices that they work from. Google put a lot of time and money into making the perfect work environment, mixing business with pleasure so that the staff can relax and refuel during their breaks. Google thrives of creativity and that thought has very much gone into the reasoning behind the designs of their offices, providing every employee with a space for them to be creative.

There’s a rule at Google that nobody is allowed to be more than 100 meters away from food, so you’ll find kitchens everywhere, as well as an awesome cafeteria where every employee is fed three times a day, for free. If you think that the offices are over the top and far too big, then at least you won’t have to spend all your time walking everywhere as you can just take the slide or fireman’s pole around the building. If all of that’s not enough for you, and you really want somewhere quiet to relax and get away from work, there’s always the library or aquarium.












Efficient Corporate 3D Views


What’s better than getting accurate and classy image representation of a desired office? Well, today we are featuring some beautiful 3D views created by artists of 3D Power. They have created a series of gorgeous 3D corporate office views that give you a view of the entire office in just one visual. Each 3D rendering shows entire office spaces with proper blending of suitable colours.

The common feature in 3D Power’s designs is that each of them has a recreation room, which would be hard to find in any office because of the lack of space. It shows how the designs still have a great amount of storage space and that they would work for people with an active and energetic office lifestyle.



How The Designer Behind Aaron Schock's Office Caught The Attention Of Capitol Hill



It's not easy to get hold of Annie Brahler, the designer behind what might be the most famous office on Capitol Hill. The founder of Euro Trash, a design and import company that specializes in "the time-worn imperfections of the past," Brahler is a busy woman. When we first spoke by phone this week, she was caught in a snow storm, driving home from work. During our second conversation, she was in the middle of an install, often politely excusing herself to speak with a colleague or an electrician who was on site.

3D Power thinks that the onslaught of press attention surrounding Brahler's so-called "Downton Abbey" re-design of Rep. Aaron Schock's (R-Ill.) office has not slowed her down in the least.
Brahler's work snared the political world's interest this week when The Washington Post published a widely discussed story on Schock's office, located in the House of Representatives' Rayburn Office Building. One of the congressman's employees told the Post that the unusual decor had been inspired by the well-known British period drama. But Brahler is quick to point out that "Downton Abbey" was not the model for her design. True, her company is known for its vintage aesthetic, but Brahler is more likely to raid the dusty corners of a flea market than the shelves of a pricey antique dealer. The stuffy Crawleys would probably not approve.

Of course, we at 3D Power do believe that Brahler wasn't designing for an aristocratic family, but rather for one of the youngest Republican congressmen, an up-and-coming lawmaker who understands the power of Instagram and can recite the immortal words of Taylor Swift. Brahler had designed Schock's previous office as well, and knew that only an office drenched in red, accented by bits of gold and white, would do.

Peek at the below photographs of Schock's recently completed office and you'll see the ornate frames that line the walls, paired with carefully arranged pheasant feathers and presidential portraits. A vintage glass table rests atop two golden eagles with their wings spread. A bust of Lincoln lingers in a corner. The details -- from leather-bound books to precariously stacked teacups to retro coins -- were collected over several months' planning, but installed in just four days.

3D Power appreciates the real inspiration behind her creation, what it's like to hunt for furniture in Congress and the improbable wonder that is plywood.