Bringing your vision to life

An architect has a pretty good idea of what the end result is going to look like early on. The design then needs to be reflected upon and communicated to others, using tools and media like sketches, models and 3D visuals. These tools and media form the architectural language, and act like a mirror for the architect to reflect his designs, and a window for others to follow along with the thought process. Using VR & AR we aim to make the mirror and window clearer than ever before, unleashing the architect’s full potential.


With VR & AR we expand the architectural vocabulary, making it easier for the architect to say what needs to be said.



Tools & Media

VR & AR allow us to bring together the traditional ways of creativity with the digital ways of productivity.




It is up to the architect to make sure everyone is on the same page. VR & AR allow for better communication and less misinterpretation.

Better Decision Making

Faster Problem Detection
Less Misinterpretation
Convince Easily
More Insights


How do VR & AR fit in the architectural design process? What if we would use VR & AR as an architectural workspace? What would such a workspace look like? 

In ‘The Augmented Design Process’ I explore, research and experiment with VR & AR to gain insights into what these technologies have in store for the architectural practice.