VR Image: AC Marriott in Glasgow by 3DReid
Discover how Interior Designers can utilise Virtual Reality technology to assist them and their clients with the design process.
Using virtual reality, we have communicated our designs better and allow clients to immerse themselves in what their end-users will experience. Join us to explore VR tech and how it can transform your projects.
Join us in person at the #DesignPopUp Glasgow exhibition in the beautiful Platform Glasgow (Arch 2): 253 Argyle St, G2 8DL (map)
Presentation followed by drinks & networking.
Scott joined 3DReid in 2014 and has been responsible for establishing and growing the interiors sector within the practice. Since then, he has worked on various hospitality projects from 3 to 5 stars for brands and boutique hotels. His work with the practice has taken him all over the UK and overseas, working on hotels, F & B projects, and private members' clubs.
The Team at 3DReid is interested in historic buildings and adapting these for re-use within the modern environment, addressing the specific problems that arise during these complex projects. In addition, they have been working with emerging technologies to improve processes, bring environmental benefits and enhance the guest's experience.
Senior Interior Designer, 3DReid
Nicolle joined the 3DReid Interior Design team in 2021. Her project portfolio spans the commercial sector with extensive hospitality experience, designing for hotel brands such as Dalata Hotels, Hilton and Marriott.
She is passionate about restoration, and her portfolio includes many historic buildings. Alongside other projects, she is currently working on the new luxury AC Marriott hotel, which forms part of the impressive Love Loan development in the heart of Glasgow City Centre. This project encompasses a Grade A listed Edwardian era building undergoing a full refurbishment.
Nicolle enjoys scheme building that tells site-specific stories and has worked with virtual reality to showcase designs and immersive experiences before physical spaces are formed.