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We built The Boundary a new website to showcase their exceptional portfolio of architectural visualisation work. The site provides an immersive experience featuring lots of slick looping animations that play alongside jaw dropping imagery.

Alongside this we developed a new platform to share in progress work with their clients called Boundary Live. Merging numerous off-the-shelf products we now have a tool for them to review and discuss projects improving workflow throughout the business. This has now become not only an essential tool for their work but also as a sales tool that we look forward to further enhancing over the coming months.

If that wasn't enough we've built an online store for them to sell digital downloads of scenes and models. Phew.

The process of taking an idea, testing it, developing it into a useful tool and then making it all work has always been incredibly smooth and hassle free with Ten4. We look forward to continued collaboration with ten4 on the next iteration, and on other online tools in the pipeline.

Peter Guthrie

Boundary Store

The Boundary Store was created in response to numerous requests to make their scenes and models available for purchase. Aspiring CGI artists can now access some of the richest architectural models, many with accompanying tutorials and documentation — “providing an in depth analysis of how each aspect of the scene was developed thus providing a thorough step by step guide to unpicking the detail and intricacy of each project.”

Check out the beautiful 🥥!

The Boundary Live is the company’s intranet and client-facing image-review tool. Most of its contents are highly confidential, so we can’t share any screenshots publicly, but if you get in touch we'll be able to share more information in confidence.

You can see more information on our enterprise web apps in our insight article: Designing for ultra niche audiences — a look at our behind-the-scenes projects

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