What is Lands Design?
Lands Design is a software product for designing gardens, green spaces, and landscapes that runs as a Rhino plug-in.
Lands Design is under development. We encourage you to participate in the development giving us feedback on your experience using the software. Any suggestion is welcome, as such as error reports.
Hi folks -I am designing in imperial units. By my wild guesswork, I think Google Earth terrain imported its elevations and thus the contours I derived in metric units. I've specified contour line spacing every 2', but the contour labels for Boston,…Continue
Hi folks - hoping to pitch ADA ramps and landings into (I think) the Lands Design equivalent of a terrain hole, descending 10' from grade at surrounding embankments and down into a kind of enclosed park swale. Want to flank the ramps with integral…Continue
Hi Albert, Just had a quick training session in my department on using Lands and a couple of things came up that I thought I'd mention:- Fences > The option to alter the separation between posts appears greyed out. We use a standard post spacing…Continue
We manufacture outdoor furniture and are always adding the same models into designs. Is it as simple as copying a stripped down Rhino file into the directory C:\ProgramData\AsuniCAD\Lands\Rhinoceros (64-bit)\Library\ to be able to browse my items…Continue
Hi Albert, So, I create a piece of terrain using a few contour lines no problems and let's say for example I want to divide the terrain using one of the contour lines so the top of a hill is to be separate from the lower layers and therefore have a…Continue
Hi Albert, Is there an expected date for release of the next WIP version? Its been a couple of times that the new WIP is not released before the previous one expires. Can you extend the running time of future WIP versions to say 80/90 days from 60…Continue
Hi, I saw one good post that deals with the transparency map issue in the Vray for Rhino. But, it did not suggest definite solution other than the work around with vray proxy. So I am posting the same question again hoping to see if there was any…Continue