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International Property Award Winners designed with ArchiCAD

Graphisoft ArchiCAD powers two award-winning property designs–including South America’s tallest skyscraper


Graphisoft of Hungary has announced recently that two of the winning entries of this year’s 2012 International Property Awards winners were buildings designed using Graphisoft’s award-winning BIM software ArchiCAD.

Farkasvolgyi Arquitetura was “highly commended” for two of its designs: Complexo Andradas, a mixed-use development, and ABC-All Business Center, both located in Brazil. The Complexo Andradas will boast South America’s tallest building, the BH Tower.

“We are pleased and proud to learn that one of Graphisoft’s key clients has been recognized by this esteemed group of professionals,” said Viktor Varkonyi, CEO of Graphisoft. “The Farkasvolgyi team can be rightly proud of this latest success.”

01 - Graphisoft's ArchiCAD BIM software was used by architects to design two of the International Property Award Winners. The ABC - All Business Center, in Brazil, copyright Casa Digital, image courtesy Graphisoft.

“With a history of 40 years behind us, today Farkasvolgyi Architecture reaps the rewards of an investment made long ago: the choice of ArchiCAD as our base software, even when this was not widespread in the country, was the right one.,” said Bernardo Farkasvolgyi, architect and owner of the award-winning firm. “We trusted in Graphisoft, which now gives us what is the most advanced BIM software in the architecture and construction market,” he added.

The International Property Awards are open to residential and commercial property professionals from around the globe. To learn more about ArchiCAD visit Graphisoft online here.

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