Making 3D Work In Spaces
SME Magazine Singapore|Issue 14, 2021
Whether we see a product on social media, in a magazine, or even on TV, chances are that its in 2D. You won’t be able to visualise the product in its entirety.

Smplrspace is looking to change that by bringing 3D modelling to real estate listings. This week, SME speaks to Smplrspace founders Thibaut and Wanlyn Tiberghien to find out how this can help the real estate market be more efficient.

TELL US A LITTLE BIT ABOUT HOW SMPLRSPACE WORKS. Smplrspace lets property agents, who are basically untrained 3D professionals be able to create 3D floor plans very easily. This empowers them to ease the buying process for both buyers and sellers. And people have a better idea about the property before they even attend a viewing appointment.

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