Land F/X is PC-only software. If you have a Mac, we recommend using Parallels.
This form is for student or faculty members who want to install on their own computers. Since the license is only good for one academic year, use this form to renew your license as well. To sign up, use your university-associated (.edu) email.
This form is for IT professionals who want to install on computer lab stations. To sign up, use your university-associated (.edu) email.
For more details, see the FAQs.
Land F/X CEO Jeremiah with his father (and Land F/X co-founder), David. It’s been much longer than a 3-hour tour!
A well-deserved lunch out at the beach grill.
Gruel, poultry, beer, and silly knight costumes: The Medieval potluck.
Ugly Christmas sweaters abound. (But we have great personalities!)
Who dat?! Spicy Creole lunch.
2015 ASLA Chicago Land F/X Party.
More shenanigans at the 2015 ASLA Chicago Land F/X party.
Land F/X crew, pre-Halloween lunch.
Bella, the Land F/X mascot.
Paul (and Xenomorphs) hard at work.
Pandemonium at the 2017 ASLA Los Angeles Land F/X party (theme: L.A. Confidential).
Krystal (Land F/X COO) barely evades arrest for disorderly conduct at the 2017 ASLA Expo in Los Angeles.
One-hour webinars made specifically to help students get an edge.
This webinar is an introduction to Land F/X and the Planting F/X tools, geared toward students and educators. Attendees will learn what Land F/X is and what it can do. In addition, presenter Amanda Berry will lead a live audience of landscape architecture students through a presentation packed with real-life professional examples of how Land F/X is used to create construction documents that get the plan built, and why these capabilities are important for their own work. Listen as the attending landscape architecture students in the audience have their own questions answered.
Tailored for students, this academic planting project–oriented workflow will include information on how to start your project, configure the best settings for success, and transport your project and drawings between your laptop and a computer lab installation.
This academic-oriented presentation will cover the Concept Graphic and Site Planning tools you need in order to make your projects look professional.
Bring your academic projects to the next level with rendering tools in Land F/X! You can add your own personal style to your CAD drafting by saving customized blocks directly into the program.
Learn to create a professional irrigation plan in this academic-oriented webinar. We will cover quick workflows for designing an irrigation system and calculating flows – all possible with the tools that are available within the F/X Irrigation ribbon.
The weekly newsletter keeps you up to date with all things Land F/X – including information specific to students.
How long does the free Academic License last?
You will have to renew after each academic year. The license will not be available during the summer. Uninstalling or reinstalling is not necessary – just return to this page after your summer break, and apply for your school's latest Support ID.
Can the Academic License be used for an internship or other professional setting?
No. Academic Licenses of Land F/X may only be used for schoolwork or teaching purposes at approved universities or institutions, not internships or employment. We do not rent licenses or offer monthly license options for interns.
What qualifies a program to receive a free license?
A school must have a bachelor’s degree program for landscape architecture in order to qualify for the free Land F/X Academic license. Part-time programs will need to apply for a personal 30-day trial instead, and will eventually need to purchase.
My license says it's expired. Can I get an extension?
Academic Licenses expire at the beginning of summer, after exams. If you need to use Land F/X during the summer, you can get a free trial. Note that you’ll need to use your personal (non-school) email for the trial registration.
Can I still get the Academic License without an academic email address?
If you need (or want to use) Land F/X for a class but you don't have an academic email address, have your instructor contact us directly at email@example.com. If you are unable to convince your instructor to contact us, you can get a free trial. You might then want to visit your instructor during office hours to demonstrate how helpful the software is to what he or she is teaching.
Can I get an academic license of F/X CAD?
Not yet, but you can visit Autodesk's website to apply for the academic version of AutoCAD instead.