Data-driven landscape design
From Building Information Modeling (BIM)
To Landscape Information Modeling (LIM®)
LIM® Research Project
We want to revolutionize the way we design urban landscapes by measuring its impact on air quality, store water management, soil condition and plant growth – to improve the wellbeing of people in cities.
Our research project Landscape Information Modeling (LIM®) is adding a new dimension to Building Information Modeling helping professionals to design nature-based solutions for greener and healthier cities using a data-driven approach. Learn more on our LIM® research project:
Do you want to join our #landresearch project? We are looking for international planners, consultants, technical specialists to become members of our multidisciplinary research group of agronomists, architects and engineers. Contact us!
Information Modeling Consultancy
We also offer Information Modeling Consultancy in all phases of landscape projects at any scale. Thanks to the integration of GIS and Environmental analysis, we are now able to manage data which can bring a valuable contribution to the BIM process by providing spatial input and geospatial visualization, adding information on the construction site’s surrounding environment that are essential for design decisions and approval processes.
GREEN LANDSCAPE ECONOMY
The economic-financial crisis rises a dramatic question: how to re-launch the economy, preserving at the same time the fragile environmental balance?
It takes a brand new approach to sustainability, where the landscape - an element of strong cultural identity specially in Italy – can play a main role.
It has become essential not to think to single projects but to consider complex processes instead, based on strategies that aim to the enhancement of the existing resources and to the activation of synergies between different and numerous project actions with the goal of the efficiency improvement and economic advantage for the whole system.
Innovative models where the landscape becomes a central element, the drive for a renewed territorial and socio-economic development, towards a true “Green Landscape Economy“; an all-Italian model, for the delicacy, gentleness and beauty of its landscapes.