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Software: Digital Project

At Marks Barfield Architects’ Kew Gardens Treetop Walkway project, a radar survey of tree root activity at proposed foundations and other site constraints were modelled in Digital Project. The design team then used inverse kinematics, a kind of animation, to manipulate the position of the walkway modules while maintaining spatial relationships. This created the desired route through the trees without affecting their roots.

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