Making physical models is significant for working on your project and architectural presentations. Architectural representation is one of the way that refers your design. If you want to improve your physical model making skills, follow these steps that we recommend. It is important that physical models are adequate in terms of aesthetics, proportion and scale, both to enhance your presentations and to improve your 3D representation abilities.

Draft Models

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Working with draft models allows you to think in 3D conceptually while developing your project. With conceptual models, you can study all kinds of approaches in an abstract and concrete way. You can get better results in the final by identifying the deficiencies and approaches of your project on your draft models.

You can work with waste and recyclable materials in draft models without worrying about aesthetics.

Materials

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The material is the element that will best display your project model. The most successful physical models are those made from a single material and a single color. Depending on your façade material and site context, we generally recommend making models with organic materials. Making a physical model with aesthetically qualified materials also better represents your project ratio and design. For a solid physical model, you can use balsa, wooden sticks, plexiglass or aluminum sheets.

Cutting Tools

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One of the most important issues in the physical model is to cut and combine quality materials with quality. It is important that both opaque and transparent materials look and have a clean finish. We recommend that you make models with laser cutting as much as possible. One of the most important issues in the physical model is to cut and combine quality materials with quality. It is important that both opaque and transparent materials look and have a clean finish. We recommend that you make models with laser cutting as much as possible.

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