Just last year, the Wall Street Journal warned homeowners about the dangerous consequences of taking new easy-to-use consumer software design tools into their own hands. Now Houston gets to see what happens when developers commandeer these same computer programs.
Coming soon: The Missouri Street Lofts, a six-pack of townhouses now under construction in the heart of Montrose. You can see them online now, though, modeled in cartoon-worthy earth tones using Google Sketchup—free 3D drawing software anyone can download and learn in just a few minutes.
After the jump, townhouse developers demonstrate their mastery of Sketchup’s ultra-wide camera angles, giving us bird’s-eye views of tight interiors and more!
Looks great. Now can we use Sketchup to move the neighbor’s third-floor bedroom window so it doesn’t look straight into our master bath?
- 1205 and 1207 Missouri St 77006 [Catera Development]
- Google Sketchup
- The Software Secret Behind That Ugly Remodel [Swamplot]