Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture

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Standardization of Landscape and Environmental Planning for 3D/4D BIM and LIM Projects

As in object planning (architecture, civil engineering), standards for attribution in BIM models have now been developed for landscape and environmental planning. These standards, as well as first applications on real projects, will be presented from 2D to 3D and 4D. The semantic standards will contribute significantly to lossless exchange of data and content on landscape and environment with the BIM collaborators and to a precise and direct digital communication. However, this cannot only mean – in accordance with the motto of previous mainstream BIM policy – faster and more cost-effective project planning. Rather, the concerns of nature and the environment can and must be given decidedly more attention and weight, so that potential environmental degradation can be recognized and evaluated at the earliest possible time, then designated clearly and distinctly and thus be resolutely avoided through the next planning steps. BIM should help to substantially identify and implement the sustainability aspects of construction in the entire BIM cycle and in the spatial and temporal effects on landscape from the local to the global scale. It is in this, not just in the merely greater efficiency and cost savings, that the great opportunity of integrated digitization and interdisciplinary collaboration lies. This is the current task of landscape and environmental planning as well as of landscape architecture and, due to their expertise, also of civil engineering, architecture and urban planning. It is the big chance to make extensive use of the BIM method. First examples for this are given.

Autor / Author: Gnädinger, Johannes
Institution / Institution: Prof. Schaller UmweltConsult GmbH, Munich/Germany
Seitenzahl / Pages: 7
Sprache / Language: Englisch
Veröffentlichung / Publication: JoDLA – Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 8-2023
Tagung / Conference: Digital Landscape Architecture 2023 – Future Resilient Landscapes
Veranstaltungsort, -datum / Venue, Date: Dessau Campus of Anhalt University, Germany 24-05-23 - 27-05-23
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Keywords (en): Building Information Modeling, Geoinformation System, IFC, semantics, standards
Paper review type: Full Paper Review
DOI: doi:10.14627/537740017
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