Anyone who has been following this blog for the past year and a half might recall that I moved to the Netherlands in August 2014. And after almost two years, I am now moving on and looking for a new position either here in Europe or back in the United States. So if you or anyone you know might be interested in hiring a graduate landscape architect (with solid Revit and Dynamo skills), please send me an email.
And if you would like to know a little bit more about me, you can find me on LinkedIn.
After being gone on holiday last week, I am back with some new updates:
Starting this month, I am launching a new series: Landscape Architecture + BIM in Practice. I will be interviewing and featuring posts on landscape architects and firms that are actively using BIM in the landscape.
I am still looking for more firms, so if you are currently using BIM in the landscape and would like to be featured on my blog, please send me an email.
Also, the previous 2 posts (Worksets and Complex Plant Graphics) were both responses to questions that I received from readers. Continue reading
I was looking through some old posts today, and realized that there was a problem with my planting mix schedule from my previous post on Planting Styles and Mixes.
The counts for each type (in blue) do not add up to the correct total count (in red). The Count (in red) is the correct total, Continue reading
As of last week, Landscapeforms now has all of their products available as Revit (2015) families. This is certainly good news and step in the right direction, but there is a slight downside: all of the geometry is dwg import (not native Revit).
This shouldn’t be too surprising Continue reading