– Traffic Engineering
-Offering highly skilled 3D modeling using many different softwares, including Rhino, Grasshopper, Blender and 3Dsmax.
-Providing 3D renderings and Virtual tours of non built architectural projects, a great tool for commercial purposes
-Parametric 3D models and Generative Design, using coding and algorithms to generate responsive 3D models- automating urban planning and design.
-Capable of designing and creating VR experiences, mostly used to immerse a client into its future building or on the metaverse
-Creation of NFT collections, built an algorithm capable of setting up thousands of different 3D space configurations, and can build VR experiences from these 3D models.
– Design and Build out of any metaverse experience, including buildings, tokens, event venues, and even creation of games
– Full service wedding and event planning/implementation, including invitations, NFT favors, etc.
-Uses 3D and design skills to create 3D spatial experiences and deploy them into different Metaverse platforms, such as Decentraland, Sandbox and Somnium Space, among others
-Feng Shui strategist for both residential and commercial buildings.
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By InBusiness Phoenix As one of Arizona’s preeminent law firms, Rose Law Group pc understands that trusted and experienced legal counsel sits at the heart of any well-executed real estate or corporate transaction. This spirit of excellence has prompted one of the firm’s most recent and impressive hires. Rose Law Group pc is pleased to announce the hire of Trista Snyder. She
By Building Buzz Podcast Join us in part 1 of our sixth episode talking about the East Valley! We hear from two economic development experts about one of the fastest growing regions in Arizona. Rose Law Group’s very own Jordan Rose and Willmeng’s Jimmy Lindblom come together to discuss growth, development and the balancing act between public and private perception
Provided by the City of Goodyear (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Microsoft.) By Phoenix Business Journal Microsoft will build three data center campuses in the West Valley. Redmond, Washington-based tech giant Microsoft Corp. has agreed to switch its cooling system for future data centers in Goodyear and invest more than $40 million to expand the city’s wastewater capacity through an updated development agreement