1- Hanging Art the Wrong Way. Art hung the wrong way on a wall is like a character in a movie wearing a really bad costume. It doesn’t ruin your experience, but it’s just terribly distracting. Whilst most generally agree that art should be hung at eye-level, our designers stress that this doesn’t apply in every case. “Yes, the art should be at eye level, but not if your ceilings are unusually low or high.” explains Zylus designer Gale. “If the wall were cut up vertically into four sections, think of the art being in the third quadrant if the ceiling is 8-10ft. high. For exceedingly high ceiling a vertical work is a perfect complement to tall walls.” If it’s a collection of art then you need to treat the whole collection as one piece.
March 28, 2018 | 0 comments
Flooding or water damage is not only an issue in the residential sectors. It is also a prevalent and worrisome problem in the commercial sector especially offices and smaller institutes. Most workers and even the bosses are not aware of what to do when the office gets flooded. When your office gets flooded, it is a moment of chaos and at that point in time, no one in the office from any designation has any ideas as to what to do. There are a few tips you need to keep in mind for the time when your office gets flooded.
December 31, 2017 | 0 comments
Rayvat Rendering 3D Exterior Visualization enables you to showcase your projects to clients and customers for project promotions. 3D Exterior Rendering can be inculcated into the promotional material into banners, billboards, advertisements and websites for focused marketing. https://www.rayvatrendering.com/3d-exterior-rendering-services/
October 26, 2017 | 0 comments