Discussing 3D Modeling Software on The Chaise Lounge Podcast

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The Chaise Lounge Podcast, hosted by Nick May, is one of my favorite podcasts and an absolute must-listen for anyone interested in the business of interior design. Back in March, I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Nick for one of his Industry segments. We discussed my e-book on how to choose a 3D modeling software for your interior design, and I spoke about my favorite features of each of the three programs as well as some of my dislikes.

Discussing 3D Modeling Software on The Chaise Lounge Podcast

You can check out the podcast episode via The Chaise Lounge website or download it via iTunes or Stitcher. I’m grateful to Nick for the opportunity, and I hope you find the information valuable.

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