Tech Savvy Rocking Horse Farm
DEVELOPER UTILIZES TECHNOLOGY TO SHOWCASE ONE-OF-A-KIND DEVELOPMENT
Rocking Horse Farm’s 160-acre development in South Fargo can now be experienced through a 360° virtual tour that includes the opportunity to step inside ten featured model homes.
Rocking Horse Farm partnered with Amdak Productions and Be More Colorful, both from Fargo, N.D., and ten different home builders to bring this project to life. “This is a one-of-a-kind project as far as we know,” said Matthew Chaussee of Be More Colorful. “Amdak Productions and Be More Colorful are the first to execute a housing development project like this in the upper Midwest.”
Navigating the virtual tour is quite intuitive. It doesn’t require any special software and works on both mobile phones and desktop computers. Interactive hotspots within the virtual tour allow you to quickly move from place to place within the development. This allows you to get close to view "Rocking Horse Park”, “The Cottages”, “Pond Lots”, homes on specific streets, and more! Informational icons within these hotspots provide additional tidbits about Rocking Horse Farm’s unique features, amenities and even future plans.
Neighbors by Design
[Rocking Horse Farm, Fargo]
Story by Tracy Nicholson
Architecture & portraits photos by Dennis Krull, 5foot20 Design Studio
Aerial photos by Jared Eischen from Jared Eischen Cinematography
When Ken and Jan Promersberger first began developing Rocking Horse Farm's progressive farmstead concept four years ago, they set their sights on achieving an architectural standard that would benefit both the neighborhood's aesthetic and the homeowner's property value. Through a simple design review process of architectural brainstorming, every home is given a dose of character with customizable curb appeal. With every build, Rocking Horse Farm gifts homeowners the tools to take their design to the next level.
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