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Vectorworks also is noted as Runner-Up in the Architectural Design Product of the Year Category.
Voting poll closes November 1st for 14th Annual Construction Computing Awards where Vectorworks is up for 12 nominations.
Vectorworks has delivered on a promised new centralized online educational platform for customers across all design disciplines—architecture, landscape design, and entertainment design chief among them.
In this feature, we learn from Dr. Biplab Sarkar about some of the thinking behind many of the new features in Vectorworks 2020, just recently released, and where parts of the application may be going in the future.
This new feature highlights architect Jonathan Reeves of the UK and his demonstration videos of the best new features in Vectorworks 2020.
Jonathan Reeves, UK architect and expert Vectorworks user showcases new features in Vectorworks 2020 video.
Vectorworks 2020 has been released—big new data-design tools, performance improvements, and all-new animation system shine in the new version.
You likely associate Vectorworks—a CAD/BIM software with historically strong graphics capacity—with marquee designers like Daniel Libeskind and award-winning small firms. However, you might want to start updating your associations.
The Vectorworks Design Scholarship offers lucrative prizes but its student winners show us just how talented and deserving their creative work really is.
Company recognized as “BEST of SHOW” and “Ones to Watch”
Vectorworks Landmark delivers a BIM workflow specific to landscape architecture and design.
Technology linking schematic diagrams of interconnections in one design package on display at InfoComm booth 7672.
2019 Vectorworks Design Scholarship offers up to $10,000 prize in honor of the company’s founder and the chance to compete against undergraduate and graduate students from around the globe.
Vectorworks, Inc., wins multiple new awards including “One to Watch,” “Best BIM Software Developer” and “Leading Providers of BIM & CAD Design Software.”
Students can win up to $10,000 USD from a global design competition.