As an architect I mostly use Lands Design for its easy to use topography tools. It provides a solid base on which to lay out the foundation of my projects.
My favorite tool is the extensive and ever growing plant library. It helps me to make actual sense of my landscape designs rather than to fill up my work with some “decorative plants” I found on the internet.
The different display modes available for plants and terrains help me to quickly produce iterations of a design in render, concepts and plans.
Lands Design helps us a lot in the process of sketching in Rhino + Lands Design, as well as in making the final drawings and documentation for the builders.
I am a civil engineer and I use Lands Design for permaculture design. I am very pleased with the latest developments of Lands Design, among them the tremendous import terrain from the map. I truly appreciate the user-friendliness of this program.
I’m using Lands Design for landscape design production. It allowed me to streamline and automate the design process from the concept idea to the elaboration of the 3D model and producing the technical plans.
We always work with projects varying from urban planning to smaller urban spaces, and Lands Design is a very good match for them.
The collaboration with Revit using Rhino.inside + Lands Design gives us a very easy workflow in the “BIM-world” (and LIM).