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Foxley Prestige Homes

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Foxley Prestige Homes

If you are selling a dream, it helps to paint a picture of it for your potential customers. So when Foxley Prestige Homes asked GardnerQuainton to help them market a Georgian country house called Moor Place to an audience of wealthy individuals, we decided to work with an interior designer to create an imaginary refurbished version of the house.

Our team built computer generated images of the main reception rooms and kitchen, showing how they would look once restyled by contemporary interior design. These CGIs were used in the website, brochure and advertising, and then developed into a stunning 3-minute tour of the interior. Truly selling the dream.

But the house is only one piece of the Moor Place project – it is surrounded by over 800 acres and a number of other houses. We’ll let you know what we dream up to help sell them.

 



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