Architecture

Half of the world’s population lives in cities. Sweco’s architects are equally experts at designing an entirely new Asian city and a small-town school. Whatever project, the focus is on creating ideal environments for people to live, work and thrive in the cities of tomorrow. By combining recognized expertise with a broad range of operations, Sweco’s architects offer a unique and comprehensive view in designing the buildings and landscape of the future.

Services

  • Building information modelling (BIM)
  • Building architecture
  • Interior architecture
  • Accessibility
  • Visualisation

Visualisation

Visualisation now constitutes a natural element of urban development and design, where communication is a requirement for public discussion forums, decision-making and quality assurance. SwecoEnergoproekt’s visualisation specialists help provide a deeper understanding of the project, from early stage sketches all the way to management models. 

Images, videos and interactive virtual reality environments are tools that our clients use and work with along with Sweco Energoproekt Jsc for such activities as workshops and seminars. Visualisation also helps illustrate the end product to the public during consultation meetings and exhibitions, among other forums. Offering transparency and a clear understanding of the big picture helps create a sense of security in the end-product.

The skillful use and combining different software as well as the teamwork of architects and specialists in photorealistic reproduction helps to create images with high quality, satisfying the high demands of customers.

Using Sweco’s vast range and skills in 3D-GIS and laser measurement, we develop high-precision scale models of the area that can be incorporated into the visualisation resources and compared alongside the planned construction project. This is used for such purposes as line-of-sight analyses, which form the basis for the decisions made by various authorities.  

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