LASA Consultancy

An interior design project
executed with the help of a custom XR
application for spatial visualization.


XR, AR, Archviz, Interior Design,
Consultancy, Office, Interior, Furniture

This project eliminated the time, cost and effort spent in the architectural visualisation step of the interior design process. This resulted in a 25-30% saving of cost, time and effort for the entire project.
The application of XR in this project added value to each step of the design and execution process.

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Praneet Mathur, Arushi Gupta, Siddhant Jena


C# (Unity3D)


Rudrapur, Uttarakhand, India

What is it about?

LASA consultancy is a venerable organization engaged in offering financial consultancy services to industry leaders and organisations spanning across North India. They wanted to create a interior space for their office that reflects the values and the virtues of the company.

We developed a custom application in Unity3D that allowed us to map the final design in 1:1 scale - anchored and aligned to the site, creating a powerful mixed reality experience on mobile devices.

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The Challenge

Designers have a very potent skill of visualization, i.e. the ability to “see” things before they are built. But not all other stakeholders like clients, carpenters, masons, etc have the same ability and often have misaligned expectations from photorealistic 3D visualisations Drawings and renders do paint a picture, but an onsite visualization of the entire design, crafted to millimeter precision, instills clarity for the workmen, gains trust with the client and ensures have a very clear spatial understanding of the design. With this, there is absolutely no room for surprises.

Impart spatial context to stakeholders
Reduce cost and time taken in visualisation

1. How do we convey our design in a more steamlined & effective manner to workers and clients?

2. How do we develop a more interactive form of visualisation for clients to experience and gain a better spatial understanding from?

3. How can the time and resources spent on architectural visualisation be reduced?

4. Is it possible to create a digital twin of the site and design for streamlined remote coordination?

The Solution

We started solving the challenge by adapting the design model and building an AR application to view it locally. This allowed the designers to virtually visit the site without travelling physically and greatly aided the design process.

As the designers used the application, they found that it had the potential to save time in visualisation for the client and other stakeholders as well.

In realising this potential the cost for visualisation was nullified and value was added to the project at multiple fromts. Imagine being able to experience the finished design on site with your phone or tablet without the need for any expensive software or hardware.

We were able to reduce costs for the entire project at almost every stage, effectively implementing this XR solution at virtually zero cost to the client.

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We added value to the project in multiple ways:

Cost, Time and Efficiency

The need for the architectural visualization process was practically eradicated. Communication with the client was simplified, boiling down what could have been hours of discussions to just a 3 minute unsupervised walkthrough that gave the client a deep spatial understanding of what the final design would look and feel like. Something that could never have been acheived with traditional architectural visualisation techniques.

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Understanding internal space and identifying scope for renovation & design implermentation with client vision in perspective.

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Developing and showcasing the interior in realitime using XR app and tools

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On-site meetings to walk the clients through the final outcome within their interior space for much better clarity!

Design Features


A niche at the edge of every table helps put up files or bottles which can act as temp.divider or be open if adjacent collaboration is required.

The 3” deep ridge is to also be used to store all forms of cable to help decrease general clutter and more space for the user.

Use cases

The application of XR for architectural visualisation can add great value to your projects instantly. Here are a few examples of how it could benefit your organisation:


For Prop-tech → Save on costs and allow prospective buyers to independently develop a deeper spatial understanding of the property instead of building expensive sample flats or presenting low-impact walkthrough videos.


For Architects and Interior designers → Communicate and experience the site and design spatially without reliance on costly hardware.


For Construction and Project Management Professionals → Efficiently coordinate with 3D model data from various sources in a single spatial experience.

And many more!

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