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If you are planning to have your house built on a mountain slope, one of the first steps that you need to consider is the topography. First, make sure to create models for the architecture of the topography in order to create a remarkable house plan.

What is topography?
One of the many definitions found online describes topography as the arrangement of the natural and artificial physical features of an area. In the meantime, a topographic map is a schematic and detailed representation of the surface characteristics of a country, drawn to scale. Unlike normal maps, shapes and all critical surface features such as hills, valleys. Topographic maps are often used by geologists, hikers, and field biologists. The architectures use it, especially if they do not know the structure of the land in the area.

The importance of models of topography architecture
As an architect, you know you cannot build a house without a plan. Before you can build a complex building, you need to start with the basics.
In a flat area, floor plans or scale models may suffice for the entire process. However, this is not the case when there are declining areas where the land formation is more complicated. It gives you the opportunity to see and study the appearance of the place and allows you to develop a better design of the house.

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An easier way to build models of topography architecture
Yes, you are right: models of topography architecture require a lot of work. You have to measure and design a lot here if you’d rather do it the old fashioned way. Thanks to advanced technologies such as 3D printing, you no longer have to perform these tasks.
3D printing technology speeds up the entire process – from 3D modeling to printing. This method is particularly useful when you are working on a housing project or a geographic mission.

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