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The Secret to Landscape Modelling with InfraWorks
Instructional Demo    AS225837
Raquel Bascones Recio
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Description

In 2050, 66% of the world’s population will reside in urban areas. Landscape and Urban designers will be required to design more and better cities, with less impact on the environment.
One of the most attractive characteristic of Landscape Design is its scale variety, ranging from balconies to huge campuses. In the “The Secret to Landscape Modeling with Revit”, we learned how landscape designs can be built in Revit, as well as the main challenges with the software. Large scale was one of these challenges.
InfraWorks is the software that completes the Landscape Architect toolset for large scale modeling. In this class, we will discover how to model landscape elements in InfraWorks. We will also explore how to import information in your model from different data sources (GIS, Revit, 3D Models, Civil 3D) and collaborate in BIM360. Finally, you will learn how to present and visualize your project using Infraworks tools.

Key Learnings

  • Model most common soft and hard landscape elements in InfraWorks
  • Connect to other file formats and data sources (Revit, GIS, 3D Models, Civil 3D, etc)
  • Create illustrative materials for your presentation
  • Use BIM360 to collaborate and share InfraWorks models with consultants and clients

Speakers


 Raquel Bascones Recio
Raquel studied for her Masters in Architecture at the Technical University of Madrid. She then worked as an Architect in a small practice in Madrid. In 2011 she won a runner-up award in the ‘Europan 11’ competition for young European architects. Her interest in sustainable urban design, accessibility and public realm design led her to study a Master’s in Landscape Architecture. In 2013 Raquel moved to London and worked on several sports, public realm, resort and masterplanning projects including the Al Wakrah Stadium in Qatar and Four Seasons Montenegro. Raquel joined Populous in 2015 to lead the transition to BIM in the Landscape Team. She developed best practices and protocols for Landscape, as well as managed the BIM models. Raquel also participated in AU 2016 as a speaker on 'The secret to landscape modeling with Revit'. In 2017, Raquel moved to Barcelona to join Autodesk as a BIM Specialist in the Premium Support Services.
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