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Monday, September 24 • 8:45am - 10:15am
Big landscaping: Landscape architecture at scale

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As we all know, landscape architectural modeling can be challenging due to physically large sites, complex existing terrains and even more complex proposed grading – not to mention the need to share files and make revisions throughout the process.

This workshop will present a professional workflow for addressing three main challenges to as they relate to landscape architecture and site design*: 
1. Simplifying and working with existing and proposed terrains; 
2. Distributing and arranging large amounts of components - over terrain of course!; and
3. Organizing large models to work collaboratively while allowing for real-time revisions. 

Come join us as we simplify (or perhaps demystify) the complexities of working with Landscapes at scale.

*Note that 'working with vegetation components' portion of the workshop has been moved to its own in-depth workshop on Friday at 9:30am called "Going Green: A Landscape Modeling to Visualization Workflow."

Speakers
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Eric Sargeant

Online Training Content Producer, SketchUp
With over 10 years professional experience, Eric Sargeant is a LEED Accredited urban, landscape and graphic designer. He applies his creative and technical background in art and landscape architecture to a variety of project types -- ranging from large mixed-use master plans to intimate... Read More →


Monday September 24, 2018 8:45am - 10:15am
Springs Ballroom K

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