3D design skills offer an extra dimension
Triplar’s customers are increasingly benefiting from the design skills of one of the company’s newest recruits.
Experienced AutoCAD designer Matthew White is bringing projects to life with accurate 3D concept drawings and standardised floor plans.
The Architectural Venue Design and Digital Innovation graduate is well versed in a number of software packages, including AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, SketchUp, Photoshop, and 3D Studio Max. Matthew originally started his career as a furniture designer and upholsterer before undertaking his degree course, during which he completed a placement year at an architectural practise.
He says his passion for 3D design stems from his early experiences in furniture design and production: “I have been interested in 3D design from an early stage in my career and it ultimately led to me returning to higher education so I had the skills and knowledge to support my enthusiasm.
“Working at Triplar is the final piece in the puzzle. Since joining I’ve been able to offer our clients 3D visualisations of what stores will look like at the earliest stage.”
Triplar director Tim Rodwell said: “Matthew’s skills have been an excellent addition to the team. We now offer standardised floor plans and 3D visuals that have helped many of our clients make more informed decisions about display and fittings within stores before work begins.”Back to News