Today, the work of planners and engineers receives a great deal of social attention. It is publicly discussed, criticized or even rejected. Legally prescribed information and participation formats are increasingly supplemented by public relations work accompanying the process. In planning and approval procedures, visualizations are demanded to simulate the visual effects of projects.
„Making change visible“ is our offer to you to master these challenges! We create all kinds of 3D landscape visualizations for you – from realistic simulations in photos, videos and 360° panoramas to virtually walkable 3D models. We use the latest methods to work efficiently, accurately and comprehensibly. Do you convince in your expertises, events or research projects with 3D landscape visualizations from Lenné3D?
From regional priority areas to planned wind farm repowering, we visualise projects in photos, videos, panoramas or as virtual 3D models! Simulations of shadow casting and night lighting are also possible.
From relatively small rooftop PV systems to large-scale complex agro-PV systems, we visualise your projects realistically in the media and formats of your choice.
Whether planned transmission grids, a new power plant or substations and cable transfer stations: we visualise every plant according to your drawings, plans and ideas.
We model and visualise every project for you, from city models, planned districts or buildings to large-scale infrastructural measures. Let us support you in your communication!
We visualise factories, logistics and commercial halls, raw material extraction and landfills as well as all infrastructure in the area of supply and disposal.
Whether motorway, federal road, bypass or even bridge construction, railway line or cycle path: we support you with professional and informative visualisations!
We model and visualise visible and invisible landscape changes. From drafts, variants and scenarios of a plan to forecasts of future conditions.
We create vivid and attractive animations of climate analyses and climate data. This makes invisible processes visible on the basis of scientific models.
We visualise any form of change to watercourses, whether redesign, renaturation, results of a flood simulation or planned rainwater retention basins.