Vectorworks Landmark 2014


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With new technology in the Vectorworks Landmark 2014 software, you can create whatever you dream up—with even greater efficiency and increased productivity.

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Regular Price: £2,274.00

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Vectorworks Landmark 2014

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Juan Carlos Lopez

Juan Carlos Lopez


Vectorworks Landmark is the new standard in Landscape design software. Whether you do landscape architecture, landscape design, contracting, or planning, you’ll be able to design whatever you envision with Vectorworks Landmark. Its flexible tools, versatile capabilities, and intuitive interface provide you with a superior 2D and 3D design application that is second to none. 


What's new in Vectorworks 2014?


Best in 3D

• Fast Interactive Display
• Enhance Walkthrough Tool
• Taper Face Tool
• Twist Tool
• Interface Improvements
Better BIM

• Option to Flatten Design Layer Section
• Viewports
• Create Section Viewports from
Clip Cube
• Roof Improvements
• Space Improvements
• Shaped Windows
• Auto Hybrid Enhancements
File Interoperability

• Worksheet Improvements
• Publish Command
• DWG Improvements
Improved Efficiency

• Crop Support for Bitmap Objects
• Enhanced Drafting Tools
• Preview for Mirror Tool
• Polygonal Control
• Vectorworks Scripting with
Python 3
Site Design

• Plant and Massing Model Shadow
• Improvements
• Plant Tool Enhancements
• Site Model Improvements
• Site Modifier Improvements
• Suppress Location Adjustment for Georeferenced Data

Rendering Tools

(only available with Renderworks)

• Displacement Mapping
• Images for Brick Shaders

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System Recommendations

Vectorworks 2014

The following are real-world system recommendations for running Vectorworks 2014. In some demanding cases, we would suggest a more capable machine than is described by these recommendations. Likewise, there are some less demanding situations where Vectorworks will perform well on older hardware.

General Recommendations



Operating System

Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later

Windows XP SP 3
Windows Vista SP 2
Windows 7 SP 1

Other Software


QuickTime 7.7.0 to 7.7.2

(higher versions not recommended)


Intel Core 2GHz or better

Pentium 2GHz or better

Other Hardware

DVD-ROM drive (dual layer)

Screen Resolution

1024 x 768 minimum, 1280 x 800 recommended


1GB minimum,

4GB highly recommended,

8GB recommended for large files and complex renderings.

* See the discussion in the Optimizing Performance section below.

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Video Cards

IMPORTANT - Vectorworks 2012 and Vectorworks 2013 contained improvements that placed significantly higher demand on the graphics hardware. The performance and quality of the graphics provided by Accelerated Navigation and Improved OpenGL Shadows depend directly on the speed and memory of the graphics card. These new features have the potential to provide a very fast and fluid experience when used on capable hardware, and a noticeably slower experience when used on older or incompatible hardware. In general, the more powerful your video card is, the better your Vectorworks experience will be.

The amount of Video RAM (VRAM) required to drive Vectorworks adequately depends largely on the size of the display being used and the complexity of the Vectorworks document. Medium-sized displays with a native resolution of 1600x1200 or less should be driven by a graphics card with at least 256MB of VRAM. Larger displays, such as displays that are 30” or larger, should use a modern graphics card with at least 512MB of VRAM, with 1GB or more recommended.

If you use OpenGL rendering, Vectorworks 2012 contains significant OpenGL improvements that drastically improve the rendering of shadows. These improvements are VRAM-intensive, however, and require at least 512MB, with 1GB or VRAM being preferable. If you want to take full advantage of improved OpenGL shadows in Vectorworks 2012 and Vectorworks 2013, especially in situations where you have any combination of the following:
- many lights
- point lights
- image textures
- anti-aliasing
- high shadow quality
and if you have a video card with less than 512MB of VRAM, you should consider upgrading your video card.

We strongly recommend that all users check that their video drivers are current. The majority of display problems reported to our Technical Support department have been traced to older video drivers.

Remote and Virtual Machines

We do not consider remote login environments such as Remote Desktop, Terminal Services and VNC or virtual machine environments such as Parallels and VMware to be appropriate for regular work, so Vectorworks performance in these situations is not of primary concern to us. They may be appropriate for administrative testing or utility purposes, and Vectorworks is fully functional in these environments. You should not expect high performance in these environments, however, especially with interactive screen feedback.

We do support Vectorworks running under Bootcamp on Intel Macs. As long as you have appropriate and current drivers for the hardware on your machine, you can expect fast and reliable Vectorworks behavior.

Maintenance Releases

Unless there is a known problem with a maintenance release of the operating system, we recommend the latest maintenance release at the time we ship a new release of Vectorworks as a minimum because that is what we test with. If you have problems with an earlier maintenance release, we will often ask you to update as an initial troubleshooting step.

On Windows we recommend against updating QuickTime, primarily because many Windows users are not aware that Vectorworks depends on QuickTime and can possibly change behavior when QuickTime is updated. We have never had problems, however, which were traced back to bugs in newer releases of QuickTime, so updating QuickTime on Windows is not a risky choice.

64 Bit Windows

While Vectorworks is fully supported in both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows environments, we generally recommend using a 64 bit Windows operating system for Vectorworks 2013.

While Renderworks is fully supported in both 32 bit and 64 bit Windows environments, we strongly recommend using a 64 bit Windows operating system for Renderworks 2013, as it will take full use of 64 bit addressing.

Optimizing Performance

RAM requirements are usually driven by performance considerations. Large files and especially complex rendering modes consume large amounts of memory. On the Mac the operating system will take advantage of nearly all of the RAM that you have up to 4GB. On Windows the operating system will by default only take advantage of 2GB of RAM, but can be coerced into using up to 3GB.

For users who have 64 bit machines and work with large files and complex renderings, we recommend installing 8GB of RAM to give the rest of your system more RAM breathing space when Vectorworks is approaching the maximum. When RAM runs out, Vectorworks usually continues to function, but is slowed significantly by the need to access the hard drive to provide virtual memory. Extreme lack of RAM may cause operations to generate errors in cases where given sufficient RAM they would otherwise succeed. Faster hard drives can have an unexpectedly large impact on system performance especially when virtual memory is actively being used.

Faster or slower processor clock speeds have a predictable impact on Vectorworks performance. Hard drive size requirements are driven by the total size of Designer with Renderworks including all content files. You can reduce this size by opting to not install some Vectorworks content files.