Imagine hosting an event at the historical Victorian Bath House in London
Scene3D uses Matterport to help event planners virtually access this unique historical space
Are you planning a themed wedding? How about a corporate or private retreat? Does your dream aesthetic include a bathtub filled with ice for your favorite beverages? If so, the Victorian Bath House in London might be an ideal place to host your event. This hidden gem offers a relaxing and intimate environment for any visitor. From the intricate tile design to the beautifully crafted rugs and upholstery, the Victorian Bath House reinvents a historical and alluring environment. Now, with the help of a Matterport digital twin, those from all over the world can virtually explore this special event location.
Cleverly applied throughout are Mattertags that showcase the different views of how the space can be laid out. From arranged chairs and tables to descriptions of food and drink menus, visitors can get a better sense of how the space can be configured for their specific occasion. This means no matter how you want the area to be set up, the digital twin offers a view of every possibility.
Drawn to the vibrancy of this stately and dramatic location, we reached out to Alexander Eason, the commercial director for Scene3D LTD to gain further insight into the digital recreation of the Victorian Bath House.
What inspired the 3D capture of this space?
Camm & Hooper specialize in turning unused buildings across London into unique event spaces. The Victorian Bath House is one of Camm & Hooper’s most historic venues, dating all the way back to 1817. Now a Grade II listed building, Victorian Bath House has an ornate entrance at the ground level that leads down to an opulent subterranean space that can host up to 150 guests.
The team at Camm & Hooper wanted to showcase the space to potential clients in a user-friendly and COVID-safe way and so they partnered with Scene3D to produce a dimensionally accurate, photorealistic Matterport 3D virtual tour of Victorian Bath House.
What are the “must-sees” you want visitors to explore and why?
We want virtual visitors to explore the interior of Victorian Bath House which maintains the grand vision of architect G. Harold Elphick’s Turkish bath house. It’s filled with Arabic motifs and outlandish tiles and the decanter wall in the lounge is impressive. Visitors should leave the space with an appreciation for the stunning interior of this unique venue.
What are the benefits of your Matterport digital twin?
Being able to explore the space and plan their event remotely is an enormous benefit of this digital twin.
We have captured three of Camm & Hooper’s venues with plans to capture more as they open new spaces.