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Raquel Bascones Recio

AR20852: The Secret to Landscape Modeling with Revit

(Duration 01:19:00)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Identify the difficulties of modeling landscape designs with Revit and how to remedy them
  • Learn how to use Revit to build hard landscape elements
  • Discover ways to model soft landscape elements
  • Learn how to make topography work for you in Revit

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Globally, the construction industry is transitioning over to Building Information Modeling (BIM) at an accelerated pace. Governments are starting to include BIM as a requirement for their contracts. Landscape architects and urban designers around the world are wondering how to transition to a BIM environment to avoid being left behind. Building Information Modeling. Its name relates exclusively to building design, so the main questions is: Can landscape architects and landscape designers work with Revit software? The answer? Absolutely YES! This lecture will describe the basic workflows for modeling hard and soft landscape elements and topography using Revit software. We will also explore the main difficulties and how to overcome them. You will discover how you can build your landscape designs in Revit software and get the most from the software. This session features Revit. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Landscape Architects, BIM managers, Urban Designers, Architects, BIM/Revit users, Drafters

Speakers

Speakers

Raquel Bascones Recio

Raquel Bascones Recio studied for her master’s degree in architecture at the Technical University of Madrid. She then worked as an architect in a small practice in Madrid, mostly focusing on residential and conservation architecture. In 2011, she won a runner-up award in the “European 11” competition for young European architects. Her interest in sustainable urban design, accessibility, and public realm design led her to study a master’s degree in landscape architecture and gardening. In 2013, Bascones Recio moved to London where she worked on several sports, public realm, resort, and masterplanning projects, including the Four Seasons Montenegro and North West Cambridge development. Bascones Recio joined Populous in 2015 to lead the transition to Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the Landscape Team. She has been working closely with the BIM manager to develop best practices and protocols for landscape. Bascones Recio’s interest lies in the relationship between architecture, urbanism, and landscape, and how the 3 disciplines must work together in order to design better cities.

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Published

  • 2016
  • AR20852
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit

Industry

  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction

Topics

  • Architecture
  • Land Development