Cross sections and elevations
Elevations and horizontal and vertical sections enable the viewer to access the detail of the measured object and to understand the complexities of the whole site.
Every renovation or restoration project requires a deep understanding of the geometry of the building. Façades, roofs and interiors are among the parts of the structure which we survey by laser scanning or photogrammetry (sometimes with direct measurement for certain interiors) in order to show them on 2D plots.
The plots which we produce from laser scanner data are very often of façades (or elevations). The level of precision is adapted to the needs of the architect. The output may cover only the major features of the building, or the plot may be drawn stone by stone.
The accuracy of such plots is consistent throughout the building. However large the extent of the surveyed façades, our laser and photogrammetric surveys guarantee half-centimetre accuracy. Horizontal or vertical cross sections are easy to produce and remain homogeneous with the plotted façades in terms of consistent accuracy and equivalent level of detail.
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Our Architecture references
Survey of façades and sections: south transept of the Basilica of St DenisDiscover
Textured model of the Temple of Augustus and Livia (Vienne, Isère)Discover
3D textured modelling of civil engineering structures: mobile laser scanner surveys and integration with a 3D GISDiscover
Laser scanner survey and 3D textured model: Bourgeoisie de Sion (Switzerland)Discover
Orthophotography of the Gier Roman AqueductDiscover