Another typical example of a small project done with Rhino and Octane.
When we have enough time we always try to use these smaller projects to try out some new techniques. In this case we used the Rhino Grow plugin by Cam Newnham to create the lawn (RhinoGrow | Food4Rhino).
Vegetation is very important in nearly all architectural visualization projects, however the implementation is often challenging, since it is blowing up file sizes and massively slowing down the display and your workflow.
therefore it is a good advice to introduce heavy geometry at the end of the design process to keep everything running smooth. A better proxy system would surely help here, however I have hope now since Rhino Nature is on the horizon…!