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Fri, May 28, 2010 at 11:53:18 AM | Landscape Architecture and Revit - The future of




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I'm considering a movement from ACAD 2011 to Revit (Civil/Structure/Architecture - not sure which is more valuable). Many forums/blogs/position pages express different positions on this matter and i want clarification from my peers. Therefore;

The Questions:

1. Is Revit the future for *Landscape Architecture?

2. If so, what Revit package is more applicable? If not, what is the alternative?

3. Are there any examples of landscape design that should be shared with myself and the peer



*Landscape Architecture emcomposses both conceptual design Crying2d/3D) to Schematic Design (3D representation of the design/site) to documentation (construction drawing for contractors) of hardscape (pathways/shelters) to softscape (plants/earthworks)

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Fri, May 28, 2010 at 9:56:39 PM | Landscape Architecture and Revit - The future of



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i think a company called Ealgepoint has developed a landscape plug-in for Revit



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Sat, May 29, 2010 at 1:19:53 AM | Landscape Architecture and Revit - The future of



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this is the site coreed

LANDCADD™ for Revit® is designed to offer Architects, Landscape Architects or Designers functionality within Autodesk Revit Architecture to quickly and easily lay out site components, as well as produce a landscape design fully integrated into the project. By accessing a wide-range of searchable plants, you are able to customize planting families and then use the LANDCADD tools to locate trees, shrubs, flowers or ground covers into the model. You are also able to layout other landscaping features, such as paths or patios and, not only obtain areas, but also a takeoff of the materials. 

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