Lenné3D offers project-specific services and software products for the
modelling and visualisation of landscapes, gardens and vegetation through
interactive applications, animations and static images.
„It was a very good work!“
We have Lenné3D to thank for a particularly attractive and innovative exhibit for our „The World of Palms“ exhibition. The 3D flight through the Oasis of Jericho at the time of Herod the Great not only inspires those interested in archaeology – it also provides authentic insights into the layout of a date palm grove – including the matching backdrop of bird calls and rustling leaves.
Lenné3D provided a large number of simulations for the land use plan amendment procedure for the designation of concentration zones for wind energy use in the Saarbrücken Regional Association. The different simulations contributed to a much better understanding of the plan justification. The realistic visualizations of wind energy plants were a great support especially in citizen information events. The extremely high reliability of Lenné3D during the whole planning procedure has to be emphasized, which also enabled short-term deliveries of additional simulations.
During the cooperation in the research and development project „Interactive Landscape Plan Königslutter am Elm“ we used Lenné3D very profitably for our site. It was and is a system that is highly innovative.
The collaboration with Lenné3D has always been very inspiring. One of our work focuses is to develop innovative concepts for cultural landscapes shaped by renewable energies. With Lenné3D we have a good tool to plausibly visualize these models of future energy landscapes. This is very important for the communication with developers, municipalities or residents!
The theme of this year’s DLA is „HYBRID: Analog + Digital = The next normal“. The physical event is at the prestigious Harvard Graduate School of Design [More]
The last two years for Lenné3D were dominated by smaller projects and internal software and process optimizations. The projects [More]
In 2011 Lenné3D received the exciting contract to virtually model the Ramat Hanadiv Nature Park in Israel. The demands [More]