Archives for ArchiCAD 21
Boston area ARCHICAD users are encouraged to meet up at their regular user-group meeting in Boston at the BSA building. Learn about the latest features and network with other ARCHICAD users.
New subscription licensing options for ARCHICAD in Canada and the US now available will empower firms with greater workflow and collaboration capabilities.
ARCHICAD users will get direct import and export of Revit families and files via new plugin from BIM6x.
AEC industry pros in the UK market deem ARCHICAD the BIM Product of the Year, seven years running.
Past and upcoming webinars on the BIM process by Nemetschek SE software companies, Graphisoft and Vectorworks, offer learning credits and knowledge advancement.
ARCHICAD 21 has some truly astounding new tech inside but the Hungarian BIM leader says this release is all about the workflow.
Patent-pending Predictive Design technology is the star of BIM maker’s award-winning marketing campaign for 2017.
We continue our Kyoto coverage of GRAPHISOFT’s Key Client Conference by looking at the many Asian software solutions being developed on the ARCHICAD platform or in support via IFC and Open BIM principles. We also look at something kind of special from HP.
ARCHICAD 21 begins to ship in International and German-language versions this week. Other language versions coming shortly.
Viktor Varkonyi, CEO of GRAPHISOFT, gave a thought-provoking introductory presentation in Kyoto, Japan, this week at the company’s Key Client Conference.
Architosh is in Japan in Kyoto for the GRAPHISOFT 2017 Key Client Conference (KCC 2017) this week. We have a lot of reports coming up, plus a photo galleries from the event and trips around Kyoto.
ARCHICAD’s incorporation of Apple’s Touch Bar support for its latest MacBook Pro will likely spur on a catch-up race with other major and minor CAD developers. We explain why.
With new patent-pending “Predictive Design” technologies, GRAPHISOFT delivers a bold new annual update to one of the market-leading BIM solutions for architects.