From pen and paper to ultra-realistic BIM – How technology has shaped the evolution of landscape design

Article written by Arch-intelligence – Environment for Revit

As with many areas of our life and work, the development of landscape architecture is tightly connected to the technologies used by the discipline. Over the course of history, the technological tools used by architects, landscape and otherwise, have evolved, with the biggest leaps being the drafting table and related tools, the introduction of CAD (Computer Aided Design), and the most recent game-changing technology, BIM (Building Information Modeling). The concept of BIM introduces a design process centered around a realistic, data-rich 3D model that allows design team members to collaborate, in real-time, and to see near real-life views of their

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