Spatial problems deserve spatial solutions. Bevel solves tricky building industry problems with clever uses of spatial technology.

From communication struggles to design dilemmas—we move your projects forward faster, easier, and better—

and while having a hell of a lot more fun.

How did Bevel start?

Bevel is founded by nerds from the Northwest who were obsessed with early virtual reality applications in their architecture firms. But there was just one problem. They didn’t know each other yet.

Their mutual nerd friends kept saying “you have to meet so and so.” So Finally they met. They ate Thai food and talked all night about Unity vs Unreal, augmented reality’s time to mass consumer market, etc. You know. All the normal first business date things.

The rest is history. Bevel has been serving architecture, construction, and design teams since 2017. This means we are ancient for a virtual and augmented reality company.

What do you do?

We create virtual and augmented reality experiences for visionary companies.

Some of our clients need stunning immersive visuals with spatially accurate sound. Others need a design tool that can simulate user experience.

Whatever the need, our genius is in creating spatial experiences with purpose.

Why do you do it?

It’s fun! We get to create and problem solve in three dimensions and be pioneers at the beginning of an entirely new medium—spatial computing.

Through it, we get to create new tools that have never existed before, solve problems that were previously unsolvable, and communicate with more clarity and empathy than before.

Our work brings people together… And occasionally blows minds.

Can you make us _______?

We make applications and experiences for virtual and augmented reality. We also make unique virtual and augmented reality installations. Revit? Rhino? Integrating with a data set? We do that.

Languages: Our developers are skilled in a number of languages and specialize in programs at the heart of the architecture and design world.

Learn more about our process

How we use augmented and virtual reality to improve our built environment reality.