Archives for urban design
Getting a high-quality 3D city model within weeks is no easy feat. But with the power of software and high-resolution satellite imagery, it’s now possible and delivered within CityPlanner software.
AEC industry cloud-based software upstart, CloudCities, advances its offering with new IFC BIM model integration features, private scenes and attribute editor.
Continuing on a trend of expanding the scope of discourse beyond the “digital” in design practice, Architosh is pleased to present this feature interview of Belgium professor engineer-architect Leo Van Broeck and his award-winning ecological, research-oriented design practice. The design keynote speaker at the recent Vectorworks Design Summit, Leo spoke to Architosh recently about his firm, co-founder, work and their philosophical positions in the field of architecture and urban design.
GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, has announced that Urban Strategies, a GRAPHISOFT client based in Toronto, Canada, has won a number of prestigious awards for work recently completed in Singapore, all designed using ArchiCAD
A new architectural visualization solution is on the horizon called Twinmotion, or least that is the company’s name which appears based in France
They’ve been to cities like Barcelona, Copenhagen, Troy and London. This 2014, Smartgeometry brings topic of Urban Compaction to Hong Kong, China.
Simulicity is a stealth-mode IT startup, fusing Big Data and Design Thinking to make smarter, faster urban planning a reality for architects…and for the communities they serve
GIS leader acquires Procedural Inc, maker of CityEngine
GTA and Procedural work on CityEngine integration with tridicon 3D.
Apple files fascinating 3D patents for future iPhones the portend to exciting applications for architects, urban planners and environmental professionals.
Modelur is a new parametric modeling application add-on to SketchUp that addresses urban design. In contrast to traditional CAD tools, where the building is described by its width, length and height, Modelur uses parametric rules to derive design based on a combination of desired final parameters.