Logicom is pleased to announce that three new catalogues are now available from the Virtual Worlds User Centre. Brand new ranges from Imperial Sanitaryware, Grohe and Roca Bathrooms are broadening the choice of highest quality products for use in your Virtual Worlds plans and renders.
“Quintissentially British”, the Imperial Bathrooms catalogue contains sanitaryware from their Westminster, Drift, Bergier, Etoile and Astoria Deco ranges. Imperial Bathrooms were “delighted” to be represented on Virtual worlds:
“We already know that Virtual Worlds is of great importance and assistance to our retailers and specifiers when they are presenting and selling our product portfolio to their customers and designing spectacular new bathrooms, incorporating our UK manufactured classic ceramic ware.”
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The new Grohe catalogue includes many new bath fillers and basin mixers, flush plates, shower valves, heads and systems. A representative from Grohe explained:
“Virtual worlds offers a bench mark solution to the bathroom industry as a whole, as well as wide accessibility across retail showrooms in the UK. The planning software gives bathroom retailers an easy method in selecting the latest products from manufacturer portfolios, whilst delivering a vital platform to ensure their consumers can gain a visual bathroom reference – an essential tool when consumers are considering and making buying decisions.”
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Roca’s new catalogue contains the latest sanitaryware, baths, furniture, shower enclosures and brassware from the Roca product range.
Virtual Worlds 3D interior design software packages are the most powerful and sophisticated programs on the market today. Their versatility and ease of use makes them the perfect room planning sales tool for bathroom design. For any assistance in downloading and using the catalogue, please contact the Virtual Worlds support team, or call on 01908 448899
One of our major strategic aims is to expand the markets for Virtual Worlds as well as to increase its value and effectiveness for our existing users. In its traditional applications for kitchen, bathroom and bedroom planning Virtual Worlds is, we feel, the best design software around. However, to make it even better for Interior Designers generally, we thought we should address a major problem that confronts designers who wish to be totally flexible in the application of textures of wallpapers and fabrics. And the problem is…..? Well, it’s all to do with the nature of 3D models.
Practical and economic benefits from new functions
Now, when you tile a wall accurately in Virtual Worlds, you can create different types of Elevation drawing for your client on the one hand and for your tile installer on the other. The former can help to illustrate how well the design process has been done -and which tiles go where; the latter can show the exact positioning of each tile in the layout and which tiles are going to be cut on site. The first can help in the all-important process of getting the job; the second can save you time and money by detailing exactly what goes where – down to the millimetre.
Hello and Welcome! To our new Virtual Worlds blog.
Each and every one of you reading this is welcome to contribute in any way that you wish. You can either add a “Comment”, or get in touch with us at: email@example.com – why not take part in our monthly ‘Designer Feature’ – if you have a case study where you used Virtual Worlds at the design stage, then let us publish it on the Blog – just email me your thoughts and we can hatch a plan!
What might I use the blog for I hear you ask? Well, almost anything you choose which touches on the Virtual Worlds program itself: using it, financing it, expanding its use in your business, getting hold of more 3D models, linking it to other software packages like AutoCad, using its new Web tools – anything you like.
Comments need not be ‘Virtual Worlds’ related; just simply about what you hope and expect from CAD systems in general. You are going to be in a community of increasing numbers of professionals who could have ideas, tips and opinions that may matter to you. They could be interior designers, bathroom, bedroom, or kitchen specialists, architects, or house builders and developers. Our system is spreading its wings and where we’re flying to will make up most of the blog content.
We will keep you up to speed with what’s cooking here at Logicom HQ and hope you find the new blog valuable and interesting.