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Famed architect Frank Gehry’s much beloved Gehry Technologies (GT) has been acquired by Trimble

The most famous living architect, Frank Gehry, has stated that he believed his real legacy was how his Gehry Technologies company was helping to transform the practice of architecture on a global scale. Today, Autodesk’ largest competitor just announced it has acquired Gehry Technologies, a global AEC software and consulting services company involved in many of the largest construction projects in the world.

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Product Review: Trimble SketchUp Pro 2014

In this product review Architosh looks at the new Trimble SketchUp Pro 2014, with a particular emphasis on its new BIM worthy features in open schema support and IFC 2×3 export options.

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Nemetschek AG Joins buildingSMART International’s Strategic Advisory Council for Better Interoperability

Nemetschek AG, parent company of 12 leading AECM software companies has joined the new buildingSMART Strategic Advisory Council

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AIA: Trimble’s new Concept Apps on Google’s Project Tango Look Compelling

We look discuss our meeting with Trimble at AIA where we got our first hand view of Project Tango development for the company. In this article we talk about the tech behind Project Tango and its relationship with Apple

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Tidbits: Siemens, Trimble and Maxwell for bonzai 3d news

Mac and iOS CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on plugin updates for Maxwell render for bonsai 3D, Trimble buying up a BIM MEP consultant player, news on the latest NX update and more…

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Trimble Delivers New Trimble Field Link Software with new Bentley i-model Integration

Trimble updates Field Link software and announces collaboration with Bentley on i-model technology integration

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John Bacus of Trimble talks to Architosh about SketchUp, broadly and about version 2014

Over the years Architosh has had the distinct pleasure of unique discourse with the folks behind SketchUp. From our early beginnings together we often manage to get the story that nobody else gets. In this special feature we are going to combine some insights from general SketchUp talk over the past year with a recent discussion–with John Bacus–of the latest version’s new features.

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Big iPad News – Trimble announces SketchUp Mobile Viewer for iPad

A long awaited iPad app for the popular Trimble SketchUp 3D application has arrived at 3D Basecamp 2014

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In-Brief: Trimble announces SketchUp 2014 for Mac and Windows

Trimble launches new SketchUp 2014…offers speed improvements in rendered views and many new features including a WebGL based preview engine for 3D Warehouse

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AIA: Pictures from the Show Floor and Around the Convention – Part 2

Notes and pictures from AIA Denver in and around the conventional hall

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Architosh awards 2nd ‘BEST of SHOW’ awards for AIA National

Architosh highlights BEST of SHOW for computer software for architects at the 2013 AIA National Convention in Denver

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Details on new Trimble SketchUp 2013 Release

Trimble’s SketchUp 2013 is now officially announced with more details about its features and plans and about its new Extension Warehouse

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Trimble announces new SketchUp 2013 3D apps

Trimble quietly announces SketchUp 2013

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AIA: Show Floor Gallery Report-2

AIA Show Floor Pictures and Notes in this second report

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Hot News: Trimble announces acquisition of SketchUp

Trimble buys SketchUp from Google

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