Inkline Floorplan Design Suite 9.0
FloorPlan3D Design Suite 9 is a powerful collection of tools that allows you to visualise the house of your dreams on your own PC. You can start from scratch, or choose and modify from one of over 1000 templates.
One of FloorPlan3D's nicest features is the "Virtual Reality Walkthrough", which lets you take a simulated stroll through your house, garden and property to see how your creation is taking shape.
You can import and export DXF-format drawings, making it easy to work in conjunction with professional CAD software, and if you want to import your own custom objects - such as that great entertainment unit you just created - FloorPlan3D also supports the popular 3DS (3D Studio Max) file format.
The manual is easy to read and goes through all the steps you will need to start designing your home.
The extra disc that provides additional templates can be confusing to navigate, but in some cases doesn't appear to have all the home designs it should.
Verdict With the many different options available, including photo realistic rendering, kitchen showroom and over 1300 pre-drawn symbols and shapes, designing your dream home couldn't get much easier.
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