The goal of A.G.A.’s Roma Gemelli Hospital project in Rome, Italy, was to
communicate the idea for a project solution to the customer and then gain
approval for the idea and move on to the production stage. The designer used
3D modeling to render views and explain every detail—materials, finishes,
workmanships, assembling steps—to ensure customer satisfaction.
MicroStation was used for all design work and, in particular, to create
3D images and animations. The designer used these images to provide
photorealistic, conceptual visualization. The use of MicroStation improved
ergonomics and safety while paying particular attention to aesthetics and style.
Created as Imagined ( 3)
The Roma Villa Stuart Clinic in Rome, Italy, was designed using 3D modeling,
which allowed A.G.A. to render views of the proposed design and gain approval
for the concepts by communicating ideas to the customer down to the smallest
detail: materials, finishes, workmanship, and assembling steps.
MicroStation was deployed for all design work and used to produce animations
that demonstrated photorealistic visualization of the conceptual design. The
use of MicroStation enabled refinement of not only the aesthetics and style, but
also of the ergonomics, comfort, and safety within the facility.