According to a Market Watch report of 2018, “the global market of 3D mapping and 3D modelling is expected to grow up to 6 billion (USD) in 2023”
Nowadays, 3D modelling is one of the fastest growing areas of design. And it is expected that it will continue increasing exponentially in the coming years. Therefore, the use of 3D objects is becoming essential for those professionals and companies whose market niche is the planning of interior or exterior spaces. Behind this phenomenon, there is an increasingly competitive market dynamic that forces them to get more creative resources in the most direct possible way.
Furthermore, such is the demand for this type of products in other sectors that, according to a Market Watch report of 2018, “the global market of 3D mapping and 3D modelling is expected to grow up to 6 billion (USD) in 2023, with an annual compound rate of 26% during the forecast period 2018-2023.” Which means that professionals are using more and more 3D models.
Work made with predesigned 3D Objects
3D Modelling is radically changing the interior design sector and furniture sales
3D Design and 3D modelling are also renovating the creative process in the furniture sales industry, as well as its marketing approach. Similarly, other sectors such as interior design and interior architecture are increasing their library of 3D objects in order to have more pieces in their projects permanently.
The idea is to virtualize part of the creative process in order to avoid execution mistakes that could have been anticipated in a simulated environment.
Obviously, the possibilities of working in a generated space are innumerable, not only in the planning phase and using 3d models, but also when delivering to clients or distributing designs to a specific audience according to the marketing strategy.