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3D Models and Renders of a Complex Reality

Model modern house perspective render model home design perspective render modern interior with perspective render from above machinery design schematic
Interior kitchen design photorealistic render model home sketchy perspective render schematic conceptual drawing of studio in perspective view Penniman House photo-textured render barn and deck design perspective render
construction document detail of floor framing plan model modern house perspective render Conceptual night scene photo-realistic render Floor framing plan detail schematic wall construction detail


2D Visualizations

Plot plans, floor plans, elevations, construction documents for designers, builders, real estate professionals and architects.

3D Visualizations

Rendered models for accurate visualization of imaginary objects or structures. Photo-realistic or non photo-realistic renders, interactive spaces in game engines and virtual reality systems or 3D printed objects.


Digital and physical objects designed to solve real-life challenges: residential structures, kitchens, machinery or industrial equipment.


Pat Woodbury

Patrick Woodbury’s interest in design has threaded its way through his career in marine biology, sustainable shellfish aquaculture, research, development and construction. Along the way, Pat has used digital design, drafting and 3D visualization as integral tools for construction documentation, product design and environmental research. He has been a licensed contractor in the Commonwealth of MA for 25 years and has designed gear and machinery for the aquaculture industry, built homes, additions, cabinetry and furniture. In 2010, Patrick and his wife, Barbara, started Whosewoods, a two-part design collaborative (whosewoods viz and whosewoods design), whose mission is to create digital and physical objects to solve real-life challenges. Whosewoods Viz focuses on 2D and 3D visualizations and design while whosewoods design focuses on web design and development. In the past five years the Woodbury’s have been designing and developing structures for use in jump starting oyster restoration in damaged habitats. The process of going from an idea to a reality is what the Woodburys thrive on: to imagine, visualize and create.