This course will teach existing Vectorworks Landmark and Vectorworks Architect users to make the most of the survey data they have to hand, to create a 3D model of the site. Using this model, you will learn how the tools enable detailed site analysis. Then, you will learn about the different ways to modify the site in Vectorworks, change contours, and show detailed cut and fill calculations as well as a visual cut and fill plan. Site sections can be created with just a few clicks and of course…See More
Creating Landscapes is the new Trade Show for the landscaping and gardening industry.Visit the Creating Landscapes website.The practitioner are the most powerful people working within any industry. They are the drivers of demand for products and equipment and are the only ones best placed to provide an honest critique.Creating Landscapes It is the ONLY industry event that is designed to cater for the practitioner needs providing…See More
I am a qualified Garden Designer with 20 years experience in the IT industry behind me. My company specialises in introducing the delights of Vectorworks to garden designers and showing how to get the best out of the product and apply it to what we need to do as designers. One to one training or small groups available. Also lecture at various colleges including The London College of Garden Design and Oxford College of Garden Design (Online Course).
We also train on Sketchup, Photoshop, Piranesi, Artlantis and CINEMA 4D, and a whole host of other stuff.
Latest revision of my book just published on Vectorworks Landmark for Garden Designers, now based on Vectorworks 2011.
Consultant, commercial software, Vectorworks Training for Garden Designers - by qualified Garden Designers! We also train architects, interior designers, lighting designers and theatrical scenic designers.
We have been considering using your product for awhile now, up to now have tended to Autocad simply because so many use it in the engineering fields we work in, in the US.
I did notice that Livingston Eyre Associates is a user - someone we have worked for alot many years ago.
Do you have any suggestions as to where we could perhaps evaluate the product.. we would be using Macs and it owuld be both sides of the "pond"