Structure Studios will Celebrate 15 Years!
We refresh our look with a new website, launch the outdoor living design program Vip3D, and add cool new tools like Import Sketchup
Version 2.0 is released
Structure Studios celebrates 10 year anniversary!
Faced with liquidating parts of the company, Noah’s loyalty to the team moves him to save Structure Studios again. Noah bets every penny (plus more) to purchase 100% ownership in Structure Studios.
“Pool Studio is Life Changing” The housing recession puts many pool companies at risk. Companies that adapt say using Pool Studio helped them survive.
We move to our awesome new office space.
We blend Pool Studio with VizTerra to create VIP Suite (VizTerra in Pool Studio!) to help designers complete projects that feature both pools and landscaping.
A landscape focused 3D design software is released, named VizTerra.
We’re ready for our close up: Pool Studio is featured again on the cover of Aqua Magazine.
We pioneer the concept of Subscription Software. Despite initial disapproval, Pool Studio is offered at $95 a month. It’s a win-win: customers love the low-risk flexibility, and we continue putting Members first by offering free updates, free training, and free support.
With 400 pre-orders, Pool Studio is released for $1,995 per user (which includes one year of free updates).
March 2004 - December 2004
We get ready to launch: members begin placing pre-Orders for Pool Studio.
When investors try to suspend operations, Noah promises swift delivery of Pool Studio, setting incredible sales goals that convince the investors to hang on.
The first pre-alpha version of Pool Studio is shown at the Pool and Spa Show. Pre-orders begin.
Investors try to shut down again, so Noah preps a story-driven presentation to persuade them 3D software for designers is worth developing.
Noah spends his last $1.18 on two tacos at Taco Bell. He asks the investors for a salary of $22,000 a year.
Investors want to shut down. Noah promises a $20,000 check is coming — and gets it by selling a $20,000 3D pool design portfolio to a national pool company. The check arrives just in time.
Noah contracts with Paramount Pool and Spa Systems to sell 3D pool portfolio packages under the name “Liquid Concepts.”
Even with no income yet from Structure Studios, Noah officially resigns from his position working trade shows to cement his support for the company.
First 3D Artists and Developers are hired to design 3D pools for swimming pool companies.
At the Beverly Hills W Hotel, in a landmark handshake deal, Noah convinces Unreal Engine owner's (Epic Games) to let him use the Unreal Engine.
Structure Studios featured on the cover of Aqua Magazine
Investment is secured, and Structure Studios is officially born.
Noah shows 3D concepts at the International Pool and Spa Show in Phoenix, AZ
Noah is hired to present a real 3D interactive swimming pool by Paddock Pools for $300
At age 19, Noah is inspired by a networking diagram homework assignment to design swimming pools in 3D.