How 3D wall art could transform the way people live in Australia

2:10 PM, March 03, 2018 – 17:20:42The idea of a 3D home or 3D garden is one that seems a little far-fetched to most people, but not to a group of experts.

The concept of a “outdoor house” or “home away from home” is still in its infancy, but it could soon be a reality in Australia.

The idea is that the 3D image of the home would change how the people living there perceive their environment.

This would be an area that the real estate industry has been struggling with for years, and the 3-D image could be the solution.

But for some, the idea of 3D is a little more sinister than the first-world problems.

“There’s a fear of people coming in and getting scared, which could cause panic,” said Mark Cundall, director of urban design at architect Cundill and Co. The group is the country’s largest architectural firm.

The company, which has been designing for the public for more than 60 years, has worked on projects such as the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Museum of Art.

It says it’s already worked with local councils to change the way they look at the cityscape.

The firm is also looking into how it could be used to make 3D models of houses and buildings.

“It’s not about the art, it’s about how you use it,” Mr Cundell said.

“We’re talking about creating a sense of privacy and security, of being in your own home, rather than having your neighbours come to your house and get a glimpse of you.”

“A house or building that you might see on a 3-dimensional image could look very different in real life, and then if you put in a lot of materials you can create a whole new look, different architectural styles.”

“If you do it right, it can actually transform your life.”

For those who aren’t familiar with the concept of 3-d wall artwork, the concept is based around using 3D imagery to build up a wall.

In a project called Home Away From Home, the team uses photographs of local landmarks to create a 3d image of a local home.

“It was inspired by the idea that the way we look at cities in the world can change over time, and that can happen in different ways,” Mr Curtis said.

The team started with the Sydney Harbour Bridge and a number of other landmarks, then used the images to build a 3rd wall in a local house.

“The images have been digitally transformed to look more like what you see in the real world, in real time, from a distance,” Mr Curt said.

Mr Curtis said that while the project may seem a little futuristic, it has the potential to have a positive impact on people’s lives.

“You can see what it looks like when you walk down the street and you can actually feel it in your body when you’re looking at the images of these things,” he said.

It has also been shown to have an impact on how people think about the real-world environment.

“When you think about your own city or your own neighbourhood, you start to feel less isolated,” Mr Ritchie said.

“It’s an important tool for people who want to live in their own homes.”

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