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The virtual landscape design studio making collaborative specification easier

Free online consultation sessions provide platform for hybrid-working design teams looking for expert paving and walling advice and HD product sampling

In association with

UK paving and walling manufacturer Tobermore has launched a virtual landscape design consultation service to reflect the changing, hybrid nature of work.

Live Design Studio is a free online consultation service created especially for architects and specifiers.

Sessions are delivered via Microsoft Teams and allow project teams to come together to collaborate and access bespoke design advice from Tobermore’s specification experts. 

The service replicates the experience of physical meetings by harnessing high-definition webcam and lighting technology to accurately showcase product quality so that architects can specify with confidence.

  • Tobermore Live Design Studio: High-definition webcam and lighting technology allows specifiers to view and compare paving and walling samples as if they were face-to-face with them in a bricks-and-mortar showroom.
    Tobermore Live Design Studio: High-definition webcam and lighting technology allows specifiers to view and compare paving and walling samples as if they were face-to-face with them in a bricks-and-mortar showroom.
  • Tobermore Live Design Studio: A free landscape design consultation service, created especially for architects and specifiers.
    Tobermore Live Design Studio: A free landscape design consultation service, created especially for architects and specifiers.
  • In their virtual consultation sessions, Tobermore helps architects specify the best paving and walling products for their projects.
    In their virtual consultation sessions, Tobermore helps architects specify the best paving and walling products for their projects.
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What can architects expect from a Tobermore Live Design Studio session?

  • Inspiration 

During a consultation, Tobermore can offer ideas for design projects by sharing case studies of completed projects, showing product samples, colour options and textures and demonstrating laying pattern options. 

  • Collaboration 

The session gives architects the chance to bring their teams together remotely to collaborate and make decisions. Tobermore’s specification experts have years of experience working on large-scale commercial projects and are on hand to help.

  • Specification

Tobermore offers no-obligation specification support and advice tailored to individual projects. It brings together all the information architects need to specify products that meet their design, quality and environmental requirements. 

  • Virtual consultations that are as productive as physical ones - without the travel

Design teams can draw, sketch and collaborate on a shared digital platform, put any questions to Tobermore's landscape designers and experiment with colours, textures and laying patterns. 

For more information and to register your interest, visit tobermore.co.uk/live-design-studio

 

Contact:

0844 800 5736

sales@tobermore.co.uk


 

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