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.
Hello,My problem is I wanted to use Import Google Earth Elevation Data option, but as soon as I click on this button there is information: "Google Earth is not installed in this machine." What could be the problem? I reinstalled my Rhino 5 twice,…Continue
I'm a landscape architecture masters student at uni of Melbourne. I just installed the trial version. But, as I live in Australia, and my studio class at the moment involves landscape planning around open grassy woodlands I need some Eucalypt…Continue
After installing the new Lands Beta, VisualARQ stopped working. I get the following error:"VisualARQ has failed to start because is not correctly configured to run under the current Rhino schema. Reinstalling the plug-in may fix this problem."I did…Continue
Hi, Really liking some of the new functionality, but there are still some issues on some older problems that seem yet to be fixed. -Some trees are rendering with their trunks detatched at the base. It is mainly on species that split off into…Continue
I am having a couple issues with the way Lands Beta creates/assigns layers.1. In the Rhino Options window, under Document Properties, there is an option dialog for "Lands Design," then below that is the "Layers" option dialog. All drop-downs for…Continue
New architectural studio based in Los Angeles (DEC | LA) is looking for Lands Design and VisualARQ users to work immediately in new Residential (hillside homes) and Landscape projects.For more information, contact Manny Perez:…Continue
For the aesthetic I'm going for I need my trees to be white, but when I switch the material using Vray Materials it ignores it and renders its normal colors of greens and browns.Is there a way around this? Specifics would be great!Continue