Thursday, December 15, 2011

2013 BIZ: Would you sell a house this way? Madison Home

Architecture.  Interior design. Furniture. 
Would you sell a house this way?
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I don't mean this house in the pictures.   Mike Denneny sells this house in Second Life.  It comes conveniently packed in a rezzer box, ready for the buyers to put on their property.  I mean a house in the physical world.  
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I mean, would you use this kind of display to sell a real house, the kind people live in?  Well, I took a tour and brought back some pictures.  
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Location Link. Click to go or drag to the viewer screen:
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Delphinium/90/173/40
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The Madison
View from on high

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Approach (Front) 
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Marketing kiosk 
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Entry Closed
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Entry Open
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Conversation area
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 Kitchen and dining area
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Kitchen 
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 Dining area and kitchen 
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Up the stairs
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 Bar
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Exterior view
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Roof-top pool
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The Madison house in Second Life
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Aria 
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Easy positioning  -- simply move the house to desired location and press save.  Initialize the home control panel after everything is loaded and the rezzer is removed.
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Prices
L$15,000  Furnished
L$7,500 Unfurnished
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Prim Count
  • Furnished: 1463 prims
  • Unfurnished: 522 prims (including trees and plants)

Art
     
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Video-Machinima
      

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3 comments:

  1. Houses that are good in Second Life are way too large in real life because in real life you watch out of your own eyes rather several feet above and behind yourself.

    In real life you can have (and need) a lot more stuff, that SL you will never be rained on or need a toilet, shower, cook stove, refrigerator, freezer, Clothes closet, or other storage. You can also build things in SL that cannot stand up in real life.

    So I think that you can illustrate a great house in SL but it would be far too small for use in SL. More to the point what would make a really great house IMHO would be a lot of work in SL due to limitations of the prims, needing all to be sculp, mesh, or image to be effective.

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  2. This house is the shows the best variety of art of wood.Furniture architecture performs his work well.The beauty of this house shows that this house is one and only house which shows its attraction.

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