Customers in modern life are more demanding and easy to change their minds at any time. However, besides the decisions on space size and style to the furnishings, lighting, and materials, a lot of interior designers may face problems in presenting their designs to the clients. Because they simply lack an effective process that works.
In that case, a floor plan would be a useful tool for designers to increase user experience, as a simple 2D black and white floor plan is enough to help your clients imagine the overall room layout. Also, this can be an important milestone, because a designer will never have to plan their layout from scratch again if both parties agree on the first sketch.
To understand the space correctly from only house measurements is a problem with a lot of home buyers.
Since floor plan drawings become more and more popular in real estate listings, it is essential to provide an easy way for the users to understand the space by showing them how the furniture will fit in a room. That way, they can even test their furniture layout plan and room interior design on a floor plan in advance.
CubiCasa provides perfect furniture scale and proportion on a floor plan with its online editor CubiTool (which is coming soon). The process of planning a room layout with CubiTool is simple as it:
"While in most programs you have to scan each room, click at each wall, add doors, windows and openings, etc. I love that CubiCasa does all of that for you in one single scan!"
Dan, Dan O'Brien Media
"HomeVisit has had great success since day one of using CubiCasa floor plans. Especially turn around time and customer support has far exceeded our expectations."
"I have not found an app that comes anywhere near CubiCasa. The clear advantage is ease of use and fast accurate results."