View quality gives the user experience

It is an underexposed topic but one that has the most impact on the ultimate human experience; view quality. Aesthetical aspects are very difficult to quantify, but what you can or cannot see in a design can be quantified. By means of sightline analyzes that can be measured 360 degrees vertically and horizontally we can make clear how much view quality there is in the plan in every design.

Olysis measures view quality from and to certain points or the sky

You may have booked an old hotel room in an alley where you have a small window with a different facade pontifical on the other side. The first thing you do is look through the window and see how much of the sky you can see. This is also how you can measure view quality; how much of the sky can you see from any point in a room?

On the other hand, you can also measure view by focusing on objects whether you can see them or not, and in what capacity. This way you can put objects in the spotlight in every design or create privacy where necessary.

Olysis calculates more than just view quality

Olysis can calculate more than just view quality. Think of urban light, shade, heat, sound, but also energy. Olysis quickly calculates a large number of design options within the components that fall within the package of urban analyses and building analyses for a fixed price per calculation session. Do you only want to calculate one component, such as visual quality? This is also possible as a single calculation.

Interested in a collaboration? Get in touch!

Calculate the view quality to and from the design of your plan in advance and avoid failure costs or surprises afterwards. With Olysis you can quickly and easily improve your view quality early on in your design. Are you interested in a collaboration? Get in touch with us! We are happy to discuss your wishes.

Projecten waar we trots op zijn

Bekijk hier onze projecten voor verschillende opdrachtgevers in verschillende branches. Neemt contact met ons op voor informatie over ons werk!

Kijkduin

Project description Reduced the wind speeds around the boulevard and the alleyways between the buildings by determining the size and position of sculptures and art objects. Developer: FRED Developers Year: 2020 Location: The Hague Analyses: Wind Interested in a collaboration? Get in touch! Are you done with complex analyses and endless design iterations from engineers...
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Venrayseweg

Project description We performed a variant study to improve the indoor comfort of an existing office building, and to improve the energy efficiency of the building. Developer: Cairn Real Estate Year: 2020 Location: Venlo Analyses: Energy, daylight, thermal comfort Interested in a collaboration? Get in touch! Are you done with complex analyses and endless design...
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Luxemburglaan

Project description Developer: White House Development Year: 2020 Location: Gouda Module(s): Urban Massing Analyses: Wind, shadow Interested in a collaboration? Get in touch! Are you done with complex analyses and endless design iterations from engineers about what can and cannot be done? And especially with the 10% failure costs that you always have to factor...
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OMRT goes further than only technique and innovations, they centralise the client in their approach and fully immerse themselves into it to solve it. – Bijn Worms

With OMRT it is possible to quickly and flexibly predict the feasibility of any design within the dense and complex urban areas. – Arno de Wijn

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