New Business Inquiries
San Francisco
Michael Semmen
415.810.7852

New York
Wendy Cohn
917.207.8190

info@zum3d.com

All posts by Wendy Cohn

Architecture trends that would have shocked your parents

To the delight of hard-core architecture junkies the world of building-design is growing ever more diversified. Take a look at some of the most recent…

Five things all of the world’s most livable cities have in common

A short list of the world’s most livable cities might not come as a surprise to anybody—Melbourne, Tokyo, Berlin, Vancouver, and Vienna all carry hefty…

IrisVR Leads the Way in Virtual Architecture

If you haven’t yet noticed the growing wave of startups who are looking to cash-in on the newest VR craze, you will soon. Especially in…

Is solar energy a good investment for your building?

In the ever-progressing march towards energy independence, solar energy has remained one of the standout options for those looking to harness nature’s power. Especially for…

4 out-there architecture trends that may be the new normal

Far be it for us to thumb our nose at new and unbelievable architecture trends—ZUM3D has built its reputation at embracing unheard-of technologies and methodologies…

Reimagining New York’s Domino Sugar Plant

The Domino Sugar plant has been an architectural landmark in Brooklyn, NYC for over a century and has played an important role in the city’s…

Drone-led real estate tours hit market

Drone manipulation has been an integral part of our process at ZUM3D for years, getting all the angles that would be impossible to capture normally…

How-to: Olympic Planning on a Budget

If you were wondering what the role of digital visualization might be on the Olympic games, look no further than the words of Sam Lubell…

The next generation of building materials

Some of the original materials we have been using to construct buildings for thousands of years are still in use today. Wood and stone are…

Beefing up your web design with images

We’ve come a long way since the flashy banners and corny clip art of 1995, but what was true then still holds true today: that…

load more