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Causes for celebration

So, two years ago today Click3D opened its doors (well, picked up the phone and started making calls, but that doesn’t sound anywhere near as grand) and entered the big, bad world of architectural visualisation. Naturally there have been good times, even better times, bad times and some a fair bit worse than that but we carry on regardless, bloodied if unbowed, and so here’s to the next two years and two beyond that, too.

Since and in between the last updates, Click3D has racked up the miles through one appointment and another, starting the setup of an in-house visualisation department in Bath, working with a recently-relocated Design & Build company a stone’s throw from Whitechapel and soon to be just around the corner from Leicester Square. No bad thing whatsoever, it has to be said! Long may it continue, too.

In addition to being busy and having a bit of a birthday party, it is with no small amount of pride that Click3D has acquired another testimonial, this time from KGK Creative, this being quoted below:

I have worked with Stuart for over 2 years, on various projects for a number of our clients. He is well organised and reliable, and produces consistently outstanding work, which is always delivered on-time and on-budget.

Stuart is excellent client facing too. We have attended a number of briefings together and the feedback from our clients has always been positive.

I have no hesitation in recommending Stuart.

Rod Williams

Partner, KGK Creative

All in all, a pretty good way to head into Easter! And with that, have a great one yourselves!



About the Author

Click3D has over a decade of experience in the field of architectural visualisation, spanning sectors including residential, commercial, leisure and urban masterplanning on projects ranging in size from single-plot developments to the Olympics and has successfully delivered content for a number of major developers and internationally-renowned architectural practices including the likes of Arup, Barratt Homes and J D Wetherspoon.

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