Photorealistic Land Planning Exhibits
Destination for "Milon James Trumble 1879-1931"
"The Magic Eye" and other books by Ann Mauer
THE BIG PICTURE
ETI develops comprehensive exhibits that assist communications between developers, planning agencies and citizens. This technical art has evolved over the last 20 years. Project managers across seven California counties have used this service. Clients and designers from diverse backgrounds and specialties instantly see how this approach excels at clarifying proposals. A watershed restoration zone with homes beyond a landscaped pedestrian trail is shown in the enviroscape below.
Photorealistic detail in wide panoramas often helps to effect design solutions and streamline project processing. Exhibits can reduce the number of public hearings as deal points are worked out.
In ETI visual simulations, base engineering and architecture merge seamlessly with environmental design. Studies are published to meet CEQA and NEPA visual analysis requirements.
Beyond the standard, these exhibits are highly usable in investment communications.
As long-time experienced consultants, ETI fits with any variety of teams to assist communications in planning and entitlement approvals. For residential, commercial, transportation and industrial projects, ETI's work is solid.
Project coordination is top level with information received from engineers, architects, CAD technicians and many planning consultants. Strong writing and graphics throughout coordination accelerate finding optimum approaches. The goal is to provide important details that convey design features and aesthetics. The end product must satisfy both technical and nontechnical observers.
We foresee projects featuring ideas that will land outside the box of traditional planning. Some proposals will need to request exceptions to existing design standards. ETI has proven methods to demonstrate how new ideas can integrate attractively with existing neighborhoods.
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Be sure to check out "The Magic Eye" fiction novel. Presentations of this story continue. The second book in the series is a nonfiction, "The Remarkable Journals of Minnie Trumble." Books are described at tabs above. Progress continues on the biography of global fuel innovator, Milon James Trumble. For the story of this early American inventor, graphic works will introduce what is known from his descendents.
The quality of the Trumble project matches what clients have come to expect in ETI visual analysis. Data supporting technical presentation is accurate. Integrated verbal and visual components provide much detail with pleasing artistry.
COMPUTER PHOTO RENDERINGS FOR REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT
ETI's application involves obtaining pictures of an existing site, and then showing what it will look like 5 to 7 years after construction. With rendered views and more, ETI provides public relations digital imaging for many kinds of development projects.
If your goal is to help transform entitlement challenges into quicker accord between between reviewing agencies and community groups, there's a method for establishing views that may differ from exhibits prepared for design studies or marketing.
To create highly integrated project visions, ETI combines a host of site and vicinity features together with a development plan. This may include showing why certain requirements should be adapted to your site's unique development circumstances. ETI images convey a logical approach, accurate and easy to understand. An attractive neighborhood-specific view of what your project will look like emerges.
Some clients use ETI images throughout entitlement as originally rendered. Others experiment with alternatives. Since designs can change during forward planning, ETI sets up layers that can be modified.
Pre-construction sales and leasing have been attained with ETI renderings. This was achieved with the shopping center image above. Easing neighborhood concerns about how a project willl fit in an area and affect existing property values was achieved with the rendering below.