David Jefferis reports: Nigel Purdy has been working in architectural modelmaking for more than 20 years, on a wide range of projects, both in the UK and overseas. He is based in rural Suffolk, and specialises in architectural models, with product design and and audio concepts added to the mix.
* Precise scale
* Display of form
* Display of function
* Accessibility to target market
* Setting of concept in its use or surroundings
According to Nigel, “All of the above attributes place models as a more powerful means of communication than descriptive text and drawings alone.” And we’d agree with that, as even the best in drawn visuals or cgi imagery cannot quite replace a smaller version of the real thing.
* Research and information gathering from client
* Regular progress updates with the client
* Outline and agree as to finished model’s appearance
* Planned completion stages if required
* Arrange delivery or collection of finished model
Visit Nigel Purdy here.