Cannabis Waste Technology

Cannabis Waste Technology

Unique Travel Trade Show Model

 

About this Project

Not all of our models are incdredibly complex and detailed. There are times when the customer simply needs a professional and clean looking model to display their product and tell the story.

This model was approximately 2 feet X 3 feet and was designed and fabricated to travel in a custom-built travel case (we proved the cases). The scene was a simplified version of a cannabis grow facility, showing how the Micron unit fits into the overall grow facility.

Some of the key design requirements:

  • Show grow operation from bird eye view 
  • Transparent roo so that the people can see inside the building and staff walking down walkways amongst rows of plants
  • Parking lot, cars parked, truck in receiving area 
  • Micron unit (C) with a worker walking cannabis waste towards the unit in a wheelbarrow

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Let one of our talented model makers discuss your project with you. You don’t need to have your plans finalized. We pride ourselves in being able to work with the customer from start to finish in the design and build process.

 

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Lakehouse Residences on 17th

Details

Model: Size 4 feet X 6 feet, Scale 1″ = 8′

Site Location:

4202 W 17th Ave

Denver, CO 80204245

Project Info

Lakehouse is a beautiful new 196-unit condominium and rowhome development overlooking Sloan’s Lake in the heart of Denver, Colorado.

The model was a huge hit for NAVA’s information booth at the recent Cherry Creek Art Festival, named one of  “the 10 Best Arts Festivals in Colorado”, annually drawing more than 350,000 visitors.

Client:  Nava Real Estate Development

Completion: Updated July 9, 2018

Project Type: Residential

Lead Model Designer: Michael Steinkoenig

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Building 3D scale models since 1984. Our talented staff of model builders is ready to assist you in the design and build of your project.

Retirement Home, Interactive 3D Architectural Scale Model

Scale Model of Balfour retirement home, Denver CO

Balfour – Cosmopolitan Club

Downtown Denver’s first upscale senior living center is coming to the historic Riverfront neighborhood in Lodo. This $74 million dollar facility will contain 205 units including 112 independent living, 65 assisted living and 26 memory care suites. We were commissioned to create an 8th inch scale model that was first displayed at an impressive groundbreaking celebration attended by the governor of Colorado, among others, and is now placed in the Balfour – Cosmopolitan Club’s sales center.

Full Three Dimensional Detail

It is used to give prospective tenants an opportunity to see, in full color three dimensional detail, what the facility will look like, what rooms are still available and where their room will be. To this end, 205 individual LEDs were installed (one per unit) and are activated by a control panel hidden in the base of the model. These LEDs can be activated individually to illuminate specific units, in groups to indicate various areas of the complex, or all at once to achieve an impressive all around effect and inviting glow.

Moffat Train Restoration

Part of the plan for the complex is the restoration and use of the historic Moffat train depot building that has been standing on the proposed construction site since 1906. This building will be the centerpiece of the complex and will be used as a community room tying together the two main buildings and bringing together the old and the new. In addition to the Moffat building there are two attractive courtyards, a European-style plaza that enhances the facility’s sophisticated atmosphere, two fountains, one of which is designed to allow your pet to cool off on a hot summer day, graceful entry arches you pass beneath as you drive into the complex, and private balconies with beautiful views of either the mountains or the dynamic city skyline.

A Look Inside the Architectural Model

If one were to peek behind the scenes, on the inside of the model, they would see a complicated honeycomb of individual light boxes served by a network of LED’s and cables that allow for the desired lighting control. In addition, several larger lamps are wired to a single switch that can be activated to illuminate common areas such as the Moffat building and store front areas. Outside the fit, finish and attention to detail is clearly evident. Flowers dot the courtyard planter boxes arranged around tree shaded benches that are protected from the bustling city outside by ornate guard railings. Well appointed Cafes are pleasantly peopled and inviting causing one to imagine lingering over the morning news and a cup of Jo before meeting some friends, taking a swim in the pool or venturing out into the city for a little shopping.

Architectural Scale Models as Sales Tools

The difference between a folder or brochure full of artist’s renderings and computer generated pictures and an illuminated 3D model is immense. When attempting to get people excited about or interested in something that has not been built yet it is of paramount importance that they be able to visualize your dream. That is what we do here at Archetype 3D. We bring your plans, your dreams to life.

Architectural Scale Models for Today

Often realtors anticipate prospective clients are going to run before they step through their door and they have a chance to build rapport with them. Strategies to overcome buyer resistance to engage are as different as the real estate broker’s personalities. Here is one realtor’s success story when it comes to winning people over as they walk into their showroom, and getting them to open up to talk about what they are looking for in a property. His name is John Calhoun at Slifer, Smith and Frampton in Park City, Utah. He prefers a scale model of the greater Park City area to any other tool to capture people’s attention and to start a sales conversation.

“The scale model Archetype 3D delivered is our office center piece—saving time and money to get to know what our clients want in property.”

–John Calhoun, Managing Partner Slifer Smith & Frampton, Park City, UT

Today’s real estate offices are prepared for almost anything.

Often realtors anticipate prospective clients are going to run before they step through their door and they have a chance to build rapport with them. Strategies to overcome buyer resistance to engage are as different as the real estate broker’s personalities. Here is one realtor’s success story when it comes to winning people over as they walk into their showroom, and getting them to open up to talk about what they are looking for in a property. His name is John Calhoun at Slifer, Smith and Frampton in Park City, Utah. He prefers a scale model of the greater Park City area to any other tool to capture people’s attention and to start a sales conversation.

Calhoun has been in the business a long time and realized something about potential buyers above all else—they have very little time while on vacation to spend looking for property. John suggests, “You better know what they are looking for before you hit the MLS pages or the big screen in the conference room or venture out to drive around.” Sound familiar to what you are experiencing in your office?

According to Calhoun, “It is much easier for a client to wrap their arms and minds round where they are by standing over a model and looking at the landscape as if they were flying over it. Having a physical model as the centerpiece of our office reduces the amount of time needed to help a client understand the lay of the land and the properties they are interested in seeing. There is a lot of inventory on the market, and immediately, the model helps us identify exactly what area best suits the client. ”

Calhoun goes on to extol the advantages by pointing to two specific reasons, “physical models stand above anything else as a sales tool in their office.” He went on to explain, “First, models give a place to help us get to know somebody. It opens conversation and is a safe place compared to a closed door meeting in a conference room or sitting in front of a computer browsing through available properties. Second, a scale model eliminates a lot of wasted travel time needed to define the exact neighborhoods or properties they are truly interested in previewing.” Models help identify where they want to buy, while in the comfort of Calhoun’s office. Before venturing out the client knows the neighborhood and living style best suited to them.

Archetype 3D delivers show room scale models that highlight the geography and development density in vivid 3-d detail. Contact us today for an estimate for a scale model for your office.

Vistana Health Club

Interior Design

See the entire health club without having to tour a sweaty locker room. This model helped provide the membership commitments that allowed the financing to sail through. After construction, the model is still used to familiarize new members with the layout of the club without having to interrupt the current members in their workouts or changing rooms.

Time Share Unit

Interior Design

Every interior element on this model was made accurately to the designers specifications. We were given fabric swatches and cut sheets for every piece of furniture and every surface material. We printed patterns on printable silk which allowed us to create ruffles and folds in the fabrics. Wood grains and granite patterns we hand painted using techniques learned in theatrical painting.

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