Urban Planning Models

Urban planning models, also known as master plan models, are essential tools for showcasing architectural scale and spatial relationships within a city or a town. These models offer a detailed overview of key zones, landmarks, and blocks that hold significance in the city’s planning and design.

For real estate investment and sales purposes, property developers often require master plan models that reflect the region’s future development, infrastructure, traffic flow, and facilities. This allows potential investors and buyers to visualize the city’s future urban planning and make informed decisions.

Typically, the scale of these master plan models ranges from 1:200 to 1:2000, providing a detailed representation of the city’s layout and design. By incorporating these models into presentations and marketing materials, developers can effectively communicate the potential of their projects and attract interest from stakeholders.