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Vectorworks adds two new distributors to the APAC region covering Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, India, Bangladesh, and other nearby countries.
Registration is open globally for Vectorworks Open House, allowing users to connect with Vectorworks developers and exchange dialog.
Vectorworks Partner Network creates a collaborative global community and opportunities for 685,000 Vectorworks users.
First partnership with AIAS on design competition for Vectorworks enabled cash prizes for design students based on best design and renderings
A Florida architecture firm, strongly oriented towards energy-performant design, has journeyed to BIM with Vectorworks Architect and isn’t looking back.
Vectorworks, Inc., a subsidiary of The Nemetschek Group in Germany, has won a top honor for being a top Maryland place to work.
Enscape 2.9 now supports Vectorworks 2021 integration, allowing design professionals to integrate real-time immersive workflows.
A world-leader in how design can affect behavior, especially in learning situations, shares details about their process, methods, and tools of the trade.
Global design and BIM software provider Vectorworks, Inc. is a finalist in this year’s Construction Computing Awards.
ARP ArchitektenPartnerschaft with Vectorworks has benefitted from a scalable pathway to BIM, from little BIM to Big BIM with Open BIM.
Vectorworks launches new Vectorworks 2021 BIM and CAD product lineup with new focus on quality and performance and simplicity to empower designers.
The following is a preview of an exclusive article that ran in the July issue of INSIDER Xpresso, Architosh’s free monthly newsletter.
Now in its eighth season, the Architizer A+Awards will highlight the most pressing issues facing architecture and design today.
Vectorworks is treating its BIM/CAD platform like an “OS” for design while building out features for ever-sharper market advantages in specific industry verticals.
Which CAD and 3D apps look ready for the Apple chip? ARM Macs with the Apple chip will offer new advantages for Macs in the 3D and CAD markets.