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Models made by Weber Acrylics Design are an efficient method for exhibiting and selling your design to developers and would-be house buyers, which cannot visualize in three dimensions (3-D) from two-dimensional (2-D) drawings. Weber Acrylics Design models may be useful in explaining a complicated or unusual design to the building team, or as a focus for discussion between the design teams such as architects, engineers and town planners. Furthermore, Weber Acrylics Design models can be used as show pieces, for instance, as a feature in the reception of a prestigious building, or as part of a museum exhibition (for example, a scale replica of historical buildings).
Types of models that Weber Acrylics Design can provide.

Rough study models can be made quickly using cardboard, wooden blocks, polystyrene, foam, foam boards and other materials. Such models are an efficient tool for three-dimensional understanding of a design, used by architects, interior designers and exhibit designers. For a highly detailed presentation model, architects would employ a professional model maker or model making company.

Quick, ad hoc models are sometimes made to study the interaction of volumes, or to get an idea, of how they look from different angles. Designing a building using rough models can be a very open-ended and practical method of exploring ideas.

Exterior models are models of buildings, which usually include some landscaping or civic spaces around the building.

Interior models are models showing interior space planning, finishes, colors, furniture and beautification.

Landscaping design models are developed for representing features such as walkways, small bridges, pergolas, vegetation patterns and beautification. Landscaping design models usually represent public spaces and may, in some cases, include buildings as well.

Urban models are models typically built at a much smaller scale (starting from 1:500 and less, 1:700, 1:1000, 1:1200, 1:2000, 1:20 000, representing several city blocks, even whole towns or villages, large resorts, campus, industrial facilities, military base and such. Urban models are a vital tool for town/city planning and development.

Engineering and construction models show isolated building/structure elements and components and their interaction.