Huntington Gardens, Library and Museum is a non-profit educational
and cultural center located in San Marino in greater Los Angeles. It was
established in 1919 by Henry E. Huntington, railroad magnate and creator
of the Big Red Cars that ran on the largest inter-urban
system in the country.
The Japanese Garden is the
jewel of the center. It is a harmonious blending of plants, falling
water and ponds, stone lanterns and vermilion moon bridge in a shallow
ravine setting. An authentic, nineteenth century Japanese country house
on a hillside completes the scene.
photogrammetric and laser scanning Documenta produced a complete set of
architectural drawings - exterior elevations, sections, floor plans,
roof plan. Further, to properly document some of the intricate wood
panels, rectified images were inserted into the CAD drawings of interior