Aaksen Studio’s usage of innovative cutting, natural light, and open space shines best when presented with Augmented Reality models.
Aaksen Studio is a Bandung-based architecture studio that takes on the responsibilities of architects and interior designer. Known for their contemporary houses, their latest works include two residential buildings: NOR House, a little urban house inspired by sunlight, and Albizzia House, a wooden house with timber mummification process.
It’s hard to figure out from drawings or models how Aaksen’s unorthodox cuttings work in their houses. Moreover, people still can’t imagine how it feels like to walk through the place and occupy it. Creating conventional architecture plan piece by piece takes a lot of time, money, and space. Presenting your ideas shouldn’t be such a hassle!
3D and Augmented Reality models allow for better representation and better understanding of the houses’ architectural details. Each project is shown in its entirety, ready to be scaled flexibly or broken down into respective floors. In addition to being the perfect tool to present the house without showing the real thing, AR installation could be placed in open-house events to complete the tour experience. It’s an all-in-one package.