Great Gardens: 3D Rendering for Landscape Architecture

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Great Gardens: 3D Rendering for Landscape Architecture

The world of 3D rendering is creating opportunities for several industries due to the advantages that it provides. For one, it enables companies involved in design to save on overhead as the need to prepare prototypes is taken out of the equation. The effect of this of course is that clients are happier since the cost is lessened when it comes to professional fees during the discussion period. Second, it makes the usually arduous decision-making now very easy and shorter as the reference is more visual and more precise. This enables companies to focus on the construction part instead and makes use time much more productively.

One of the industries that benefits greatly from 3D technology is in fact landscape architecture. With the rise in awareness for green buildings, more and more companies and even homeowners and developers are opting for gardens and greenery in their properties.

What are the ways with which landscape architects can maximize 3D in their services? Read on:

Plant combinations

Designing using 3D for gardens can provide a closer look at the right plant combinations that can be utilized to create the perfect landscape. It gives the homeowner a glimpse as to how the plants can work together aesthetically to build something that is pleasing to the eye. Compared to drawn designs, 3D rendering provides an in-action perspective unparalleled by flat renderings.This can also help in getting rid of the expensive experimental process and removes the need to waste precious plants and flowers. It also gives the owner and designer the great opportunity to mitigate mistakes in placing plants beside each other wherein one’s access to sunlight might actually be compromised.

Garden and structure relationship

Creating a garden in a space is not that easy. Some structures can accommodate it and some cannot – and this is easily answered by 3D rendering technology. Truthfully, gardens are not cheap to create either and 3D renders help in making the decision easier and on point.With 3D rendering, the existing structure becomes the key reference as to how the garden can really look. Colors-wise, not all flowers are created equal and may actually not mesh well with the buildings overall design. Some structures as well cannot hold soil and water well and may destroy its materials. Landscapes must be a source of joy and relaxation to owners and not headaches in terms of repair after the job is done. All these issues can be addressed by 3D rendering.

Exploring possibilities

With gardens being expensive as mentioned, 3D renders lend the designer more leeway in terms of experimentation without the costly investment. Do gardens really need to be found only in large expanse of lands? Not necessarily as roof gardens are getting more prominence. The landscaping can also be found in the terraces of the company offices as well. Pocket gardens inside the lobby can also be done as well as promenades can be created in the open air areas found in between floors.

With 3D rendering, landscape artists can truly discover what can be done for their clients – quickly, affordably, and creatively.

 

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