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BIM and the future architect is the focus of this global study that paired with an interesting panel discussion from Graphisoft’s event.
Billed as the software you need to know to get a job in 2017, Black Spectacles’ Annual Software Requirements Study has Revit, AutoCAD, and SketchUp as the three must know applications in demand at top architecture firms. But is this list good for the industry at large?
A leading German-based AEC magazine focused on competitions for tenders has published software usage data for AEC professionals, largely architects, which shows Nemetschek Group companies dominating US giant Autodesk.
Joint Venture between OrthoGraph and ARCHLine aims at solving key pain points in the AEC industry with measuring existing buildings on paper and manually repeating an error-prone process with paper-to-CAD translation. New collaboration streamlines specifically for work that interior architects and decorators must do.
Philip D. Allsopp has a counter-intuitive passion for saving architecture’s past by using the most state-of-the-art technologies available. And as part of this endeavor he is a leader in the emerging HBIM field—using BIM technology to address the heritage building industry.
GRAPHISOFT Hosts Live Online Webinar: Energizing Heritage Conservation with ARCHICAD Point Clouds and BIM
The live, online webinar on December 8, 2015 is about a revolutionary use of ARCHICAD to support an important preservation project.
In our first tablets in Architectural practice research survey, we aim to study how tablet computers may impact the architectural process with a particular emphasis on design and pre-design phases. Of particular note, the new iPad Pro with Pencil ushers in the potential for revolutionary change.
Architosh is asking its readers to help provide useful feedback to steer the future direction of the online publication. Participants will be entered into a random draw to win a free Apple Watch Sport model, valued at $350.USD, plus gain a free industry report valued at $49.USD. Help us make Architosh better so that more Apple users enjoy its platforms in the CAD, 3D and AEC markets.
In this special feature report, Architosh publishes the results of its first workstation survey conducted in late 2014 and aimed at understanding the pro (professional) desktop needs of numerous customers Apple refers to as Mac pros. Not to be confused with the product Mac Pro, today Apple’s Mac pros work across its iMac range in numerous industries, including and importantly to this publication, the Architecture industry.
Not much has changed for both sole practitioners in the economy and the discussion around BIM. But Levy offers small-scale practice a unique view for BIM adoption
In this In-Depth feature Akos Pfemeter, Director of Global Marketing and Tibor Szolnoki, ArchiCAD Product Manager, of Graphisoft Hungary, have spoken to Architosh about ArchiCAD 14’s new features, particularly its new IFC model collaboration work flows. In this article we get into some of the details of Graphisoft’s latest BIM technology.
Architosh ships the 2010 BIM Survey Participants Report.
Architosh has announced its 2010 BIM Survey Reports. This article details the table of contents of all three versions of the reports.
Architosh has published its first indepth industry report on BIM, based on the survey of 410 qualified architects and firms
Architosh will begin releasing BIM reports on survey data of over 410 qualified architectural practices in the US and abroad — BIM report will cover areas of discussion related to BIM not widely covered in other industry reports, in addition to stats on BIM adoption, BIM tool usage and sentiment and key reasons for the adoption of BIM.
Autodesk seems more interested than ever in gauging interest in Mac users about a native version of AutoCAD.
Last call to participate in Architosh’s 2008 BIM Survey Report. The report survey will be closing in two weeks – participants will obtain both a free report on the findings of the BIM survey and be entered into a drawing to win a free Apple iPod touch.
Thus far over 400 architects and architecture firms have participated, including notable large international and US-based practices.
Architosh, conducting its first Architecture industry-wide BIM (Building Information Modeling) survey for 2008, clarifies the rationale behind some questions pertaining to Apple