3D visualisation technology
The Touch Design Group (TDG) team is continuing to grow from strength to strength, adding to the existing skilled and knowledgeable workforce and investing further in 3D visualisation technology.

Rhys Warren is TDG’s new recruit enlisted to produce and develop our presentation drawings for both Touch House and Touch Kitchen. Rhys will be leading on our 3D technology and augmented reality development, as well as providing drawing and presentation expertise. His work will include the creation of 3D environments, bringing interiors to life and allowing clients to feel how their new spaces will flow, experiencing the play of light, texture and colour in immersive 3D.

TDG design and manufacture luxury bespoke interiors, kitchens and furniture, working alongside architects, interior designers and private clients. Based in Devon, we provide a full service from concept design to installation and are recognised as leaders in the industry. Rhys is joining our existing team of over 30, including designers, project managers, cabinetmakers and installers.

Ed Tremlett, one of the TDG Directors said: “We are delighted to have Rhys on board. We are continuing to grow and develop our workforce, bringing in new talent and new expertise to enhance our team. With Rhys as part of the team, we will be able to delve further into expanding our offer, enabling clients to view their interiors digitally. Through augmented reality we will be able to give our clients an immersive experience of living and moving through the space, bringing the existing 3D drawings and presentations to life in new way.”

Rhys is originally from South Wales and studied industrial design at Loughborough University, with a background in furniture project management in the commercial sector, he is excited to move into domestic design.

Rhys said “The work that TDG is producing is stunning, they pride themselves on their attention to detail and their customer service which I’ve now seen first-hand. I’m looking forward to honing my skills and developing imagery which will communicate design at a different level than has previously been possible.”