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Energy design in architecture progresses with new rapid operational energy analysis tools in Autodesk Spacemaker.
SketchUp Studio 2020 provides accessible energy and daylighting analysis tools and Architosh gets into the details in this review.
As the world builds the equivalent of an entire New York City every month, reducing the carbon emissions of materials is imperative.
The first Design Technology Throwdown is happening at ABX 2017 and GREENBUILD Boston this November.
Industries like aviation, hotel and hospitality, residential, healthcare and retail, seek sustainable building designs. However, what architects and engineers need to understand is that occupant comfort should not be compromised.
Buildings are the primary energy guzzlers and account for nearly 40% of energy consumption globally. However, the scenario will soon change, as there is growing awareness of sustainability amongst the architects, engineers, developers, owners and the AEC industry in general.
GRAPHISOFT EcoDesigner STAR brings advanced building energy modeling (BEM), simulation and analysis to the early stages of the BIM workflow with the intent to improve and alter building designs. The software supports ASHRAE Standard 90.1 for LEED and more…
GRAPHISOFT launches EcoDesigner STAR for standards compliant energy performance analysis for architects
Autodesk delivers industry first in BIM energy analysis tool on iPad inside of Autodesk FormIt
Graphisoft to host global live event featuring prestigious Moscow building and the new ArchiCAD 17 BIM software
Public beta of EcoDesigner STAR is now available for ArchiCAD 16 users…
BIM leader Graphisoft to introduce EcoDesigner Star in late January event
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.
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