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SketchUp tips for interior designers

Last month, a few of us crossed the big pond and headed to London for Clerkenwell Design Week; an annual independent design festival. Clerkenwell is an area of central London that is known for harboring more creative businesses and architects per square mile than anywhere else in the world.

During Design Week, we teamed up with the Icons of Denmark showroom to host multiple workshops on SketchUp and 3D Warehouse. The workshops were a hit: in fact, I gave the presentation below nine times at the Clerkenwell event. I figured I might as well make it an even ten, and share these modeling tips for interior designers with the larger SketchUp community. This video is intended for SketchUp beginners in the interior design field (with some working knowledge of SketchUp concepts), but I hope even seasoned SketchUp modelers will catch a tip or two, here and there.

This presentation was given at Clerkenwell Design Week in London: May 19 – 21, 2015.

Josh Reilly

Josh originally joined the team for a year with Google as a SketchUp Trainer in 2008 and later rejoined SketchUp with Trimble in 2013. He is a map nerd, enjoys long walks in the mountains, skiing, playing soccer, kickball, disc golf, and... any sport or backyard game out there!