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Kg3d Home

residential designer

Waterfront homes should look good from the back as well as the front. Part of our "legacy collection", this home is the place that everyone refers to as "home". The floor plan works for an empty nester couple but still has plenty of space for family and friends.

The courtyard entry provides some seclusion while allowing in light and views to the front yard. The great room can support a crowd but also feels comfortable when you want to kick back and relax.

The indoor-outdoor space can be open or enclosed to extend the living space. 

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The guest bedroom is large enough for a pool table and the study works great as another guest bedroom as well. All of the bedrooms have their own baths.

The parlor is designed for the owners' piano or works great as a library. At only 3067 square feet, this home seems so much larger.

Our 3D software allows us to present preliminary design concepts before committing to construction drawings. This saves time and money, while allowing the customer to see views not available on 2D drawings. 

We use perspective images, flat floor plans and elevations, and videos as you see here, plus we can also provide a live virtual fly-around inside and outside of the home.

3D floor plans may offer a better understanding of the spaces. With the addition of colors, materials and even appliances and fixtures, the space can really be demonstrated fully.

The real beauty of presenting in 3D, is that the design is so much easier to convey early in the process; unlike flat 2D drawings that are often difficult to interpret. This is a tremendous benefit to the buyer and allows them to fully understand how the home will look and feel when it's complete.

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