kevin lyda wrote:
> ok, i'm curious if anyone here has tried using free software programs to
> model their house in order to do changes to it (like add an extension
> or convert an attic, etc). i'm not looking for full-on architecture
> drawings, but something to give an archetect an idea of what i want to
> do in order for them to draw up plans.
>> on windows there are programs like 3d home designer. i've never used
> them, but they give you a nice interface for drawing up plans and
> and doing walkthroughs of a planned design.
>> i was thinking something like povray might work though it would be a lot
> of work. any other suggestions?
I used the demo version of http://www.cycas.de/
for giving details/ideas to an architect for
a house extension.
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