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London-based design firm uses 3D technology

on Friday,August 13,2010 03:08

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Average employment of interior designers is expected to increase by 19 percent over the next eight years, which is almost double the national average for all other occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). These professionals often hold bachelor's degrees or higher levels of education. Interior designers can work for themselves or for a collaborative company.

Firms such as Cad Services London provide clients with designs for their homes, offices, restaurants, hotels and bars. Cad Services uses three-dimensional (3D) modeling and rendering techniques to display the most accurate depiction of future interiors. The use of 3D images in interior design is a very new practice.

The firm aims to help architects, builders and contractors with the completion of their projects. Their 3D design models include furniture and placement, flooring, wall colors, textures, lighting arrangements and ceiling designs.

For home decorators, Cad provides 3D models of living room, kitchen, bathroom and dining rooms.

According to the BLS, interior designers earned an average of $49,420 per year during the 2008-2009 fiscal year. These professionals held about 71,700 jobs during that same year, with approximately 30 percent working in specialized design services.

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