It is a tree from the pine family. The tree is native to the Mediterranean region , occurring in Southern Europe and the Levant. It is also naturalized in North Africa, the Canary Islands, South Africa and New South Wales. The Species was introduced into North Africa millennia ago, such a lomg time that it essentially indistinguishable from being native.
Stone pines have been used and cultivated for their edible pine nuts since prehistoric times. They are widespread in horticultural cultivation as ornamental trees, planted in gardens and parks around the world.
It is a coniferous evergreen tree that can exceed 25 metres in height, but 12–20 metres is more typical. In youth, it is a bushy globe, in mid-age an umbrella canopy on a thick trunk, and, in maturity, a broad and flat crown over 8 metres in width.
Open Vasari > Families > New > Conceptual Mass
Set the Units
Create the Levels
Drawing on its level , the section of the trunk and the sections of the canopy
Now use Create Form to create the trunk and locked with a padlock to the level.
To create the foliage select sections and click on Create Form > Solid Form
Edit the parameters for the growth of the tree
Change the parameters related to the variability of the foliage in the seasons ( instance parameter )
Now with Load Into Project we can put the tree in any file of Vasari
We put the tree in an urban setting
it is clear that the trees help the facade of the building that is completely exposed to the east.
but they were planted too close to the building, not considering the manner of growth of the roots of such trees and the