Challenge / Goal
The Swiss municipality of Fällanden was faced with the following problem: The municipality did not have a true pedestrian zone for its population. In addition, the council building needed to be either renovated or replaced.
Since these two development projects affect public space, the municipality was keen to involve its residents as much as possible in the design.
Fällanden did not want to work only with static 2D plans for this purpose, but to offer the population a more realistic and interactive alternative with which the context of the new buildings could be vividly visualised.
Nomoko subsequently created a digital 3D twin of the municipality of Fällanden using high-resolution drone images, in which the CAD models of the planned construction projects could be integrated.
The photorealistic visuals and the possibility to simulate different light irradiations and weather situations, in particular, were met with positive feedback, not only from the responsible persons but also from the inhabitants of the community of Fällanden.
Citizens were shown the digital twin modelling the future development of the municipality of Fällanden, so they could better understand the planned changes and voice their feedback to the project leaders.
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