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Architectural Models

Museum Qality 
Sales Model Ulster County Visitors Center (Architectural design by Joseph Hurwitz & Associates)

Detailed Study Model Residential Model (Architectural design by Matthew Bialecki Associates)

Museum Quality Presentation Model Maple Grove Cemetery Interior (Architectural design by Peter Gisolfi Associates)

Museum Quality Presentation Model Maple Grove Cemetery (Architectural design by Peter Gisolfi Associates)

Detailed Study Model Maple Grove Cemetery Initial Study Model (Architectural design by Peter Gisolfi Associates)

Museum Quality Presentation Model Proprosed Crandal Public Library (Architectural design by Peter Gisolfi Associates)

Design Study Model Design Study Model (Architectural design by Peter Gisolfi Associates)

Sales Model Condominium Sales Model (Architectural design by GDC)

Architectural Detail Model Baywindow Architectural Detail

Basic Study Model Basic Study Model

Sales Model Sales Model

Detailed Study Model Residential Model (Architectural design by Matthew Bialecki Associates)

The above pictures show a random collection of Architectural Models ranging from the basic to the complex. To help you choose what fits your needs best, we offer a few categories of model types that most projects can be classified under. They are listed in ascending order of cost.

(You can see a description of each model type represented by placing the cursor over the image.)

A Study Model typically is made of lower cost materials such as Matboard in favor of keeping your expenses low and to allow for design modifications to be made by the client. (It can be cut and modified by you with an Exacto knife).This type of model usually has a simplified base and no landscaping. Landscaping of course can be specified and added.

A Detailed Study Model is often made of the same material listed above and is usually more refined featuring some layers or depth such as back filled windows for contrast. Typically two or three colors are used. This makes for a nice medium cost model that is often used for presentations. Same specifications on base as above.

For the ultimate presentation or sales purpose a Museum Quality Model is a must. All components are laser-cut acrylic multi layered, etched and painted to client provided specifications. Using Acrylic, windows can be made see-through to expose an interior. The base is usually landscaped featuring realistic custom made trees.

Regardless of model type, each project receives equal precision and attention to detail through our experience and the use of in-house lasercutting, milling and fabrication processes. We recognize that each project is unique and we are willing to meet any budgets in mind.

NEW

We now offer a Parts Service. If you are another model shop or an architectural studio looking to assemble your own model, we can supply laser-cut or CNC milled components for your team to assemble. You simply provide the neccessary CAD data.

Parts Service CNC Milled Topographical Base

Parts Service Urethane Castings / Model Parts

Parts Service Laser-cut parts

If you are interested in the process of how model parts are made, click here for a few examples.

If you are ready for a model to be made by OT model fabrication, or you have a few questions please feel free to contact us.

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