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Virtual Reality – A game changer for Architects and their Clients

Virtual Reality – A game changer for Architects and their Clients

John Lea discusses the advantages of Virtual Reality in the design process used by architects and designers. In today’s computer reliant world, Virtual Reality is no longer the sole domain of gamers. It is now entering mainstream use as a revolutionary technology finding application in a diverse range of professions from design to medicine.

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Lea Design Studio Awarded Best Of Customer Service

Lea Design Studio Awarded Best Of Customer Service

It is with pleasure we announce Lea Design Studio is a recent winner of the award, Best Of Customer Service on Houzz®. Houzz is recognised as a leading source for home renovation and architectural design ideas. With more than 40 million monthly unique…

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Architect Exposes All

Architect Exposes All

      Architecture – the naked truth. Have you ever harboured secret ambitions to live the glamorous life of an Architect? Maybe after reading this expose you’ll decide that your chosen career path is not so bad after all!   The Student Having...

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Game changing technology

Game changing technology

How laser scanning and point cloud will influence architecture and design Innovative design technologies get us excited at Lea Design Studio and we’ve put the spotlight on a leading surveying technology that’s impacting on architectural, engineering and construction...

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DIY Designer Christmas Tree

DIY Designer Christmas Tree

After many years of faithful Christmas service, our inflatable tree sprung a terminal leak. The poor tree, obviously coming from artic climes wasn’t used to full exposure to the sun, especially being positioned prominently on show against the glass in our new house....

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How to Design a Mega Mansion

How to Design a Mega Mansion

Chateau de Reves was one of the first houses I designed on the Gold Coast back in 1998. At the time I was the principal Architect of Pacific Projects Group (PPG), a Gold Coast based architectural practice specializing in prestige residential and resort...

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