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Hi Everyone,

I am currently looking for some software that will help me to create facades like the following:




I have clients that I am currently making modifications to these facades for in Photoshop but I would like the ability to be able to produce from scratch. I have looked at some software like Sketchup, Chief Architect, and Archicad. So far Sketchup looks to be the closest but I am not sure if I am looking for the wrong type of software. Anybody know of some good software that will allow creating these facades from a 2D plan?

I know from watching some threads that there are some talented and knowledgeable people out there. This is not so much related to Matterport and I do not expect to use my Matterport camera to build the facades. I am just hoping someone out there does something like this as it is a complementary service to my existing business.

Thanks in Advance.
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Unless you already know the software it´s quite time-consuming to learn. Revit would probably be the best option as far as software goes.

If you´d like to outsource the work, PM me and I`ll set you up with my outsourcing team in Asia. They specialise in CAD, CGI and 3D visualisations.
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