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DesignLAB wins multiple honors with innovative BIM project on Cape Cod. Using ArchiCAD the Boston-based architecture firm created a Top 10 Sustainable Building.
Graphisoft ships EcoDesigner on schedule. The company announced the new energy analysis software for ArchiCAD 12 back in early May at the AIA show. The new software plugin allows architects an easy but powerful way to evaluate their building design’s from the point of view of energy consumption.
Finland’s Biggest Ecological Business Park has been designed using Graphisoft’s ArchiCAD Building Information Modeling software application.
Architosh talks to Viktor Varkonyi, CEO of Graphisoft, and Akos Pfemeter, Director of Global Marketing, at the AIA show about their new EcoDesigner energy analysis software for ArchiCAD.
Continued AIA National Convention and Exhibition floor show coverage. In this report we take a look at the Bentley booth and what they were showing at AIA.
BIM leader and pioneer Graphisoft of Budapest, Hungary, has announced an innovative energy analysis software tool — EcoDesigner is a new module for its popular ArchiCAD BIM
A new Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired house designed by Portland, Oregon, architects D.P. Design, recently took top honors at the Home Builders Association design awards, thanks to an elegant integration of design and eco-friendly building features.
Graphisoft’s ArchiCAD drives innovative BrightBuilt Barn project by Kaplan Thompson Architects. “Net-Zero” design thrives in coastal Maine.
In this product review Architosh looks at Graphisoft’s ArchiCAD 12, the industry’s leading BIM (building information modeling) solution used worldwide by architects and building AEC professionals.
Study index shows US architects adopting Green Design – Architects cite clients as driving demand.
MacFive™ for this week looks at the what we view as the top 5 most important stories breaking in the Macintosh or Apple news world. For October 19 we review Apple’s Cocoa-based Finder in Snow Leopard, the state of FireWire and the new MacBooks, a Greener Apple and Apple’s amazing market share gains
Some Say BIM is just too darn hard. Could Apple make the most powerful tool ever vastly easier to master?