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8 Tips for Creating Stunning Architecture Project Presentation

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Use the below tips to create stunning architecture project presentation:

  1. White background: Use plain white background for the slides.  Many of us wrongly assume that dull colored backgrounds add to the beauty of the presentation.  But white makes the content more attractive.
  2. More colors in design: Add as much pleasant color combinations as possible when you show indoor layouts. Use to depict more greenery when you provide outdoor layouts.
  3. Minimize text: Replace text with pictures of plans, models.  Instead, include a wide range-like giving the same layout in 3 angles.  Instead of explaining a home layout with scope for skywatching, pictures in two different lightings will be more meaningful than trying to explain everything.  In short, the success of design depends on how beautifully it is presented.  If your design is as perfect as those provided by Draft Force Australia, your efforts to beautify the highlights of the design is more important.
  4. Present the layout in cross-section angle: Try to add more of cross section and aerial view of the layouts.  Especially when the design is for multi-storied buildings, this would magnify the majestic looks of the final outcome.
  5. Make the main attraction larger: You might have some unique exterior elevation in your design which is the main attraction.  Try to make the slides in such a way that you make this attraction look large.  That way you can grasp the attention to the point of emphasize.
  6. Audience-based: Make your presentation based on the target audience knowledge.  For common people, if you include more jargons they would lose interest and be confused.
  7. Ignore elaborating minute details: Do not overload your presentation with minute details.  It is better you ignore them.  Just focus on the main and important details.
  8. Add humor: Sprinkle some humor.  People will stay interested.  Add related imagination when speaking.  For example, you can spice up telling how things would look from the top floor of a skyscraper residential apartment etc.