Archives for Viktor Varkonyi
In this feature article Architosh takes a deeper look at the three big new features in ARCHICAD 20. Part insights, part step-by-step we dive deep into many aspects of graphic overrides, the Property Manager and what the new UI brings to UX.
Pictures and Notes from AIA National 2014 in Chicago — we show our photos, expand our notes from our discussions with the leading AEC software companies in attendance at the show
We share some of our photos from our Journey to Japan for Graphisoft’s BIMcloud press event and include additional notes from the various presentations about BIMcloud and ArchiCAD
GRAPHISOFT of Hungary is leading BIM in Japan due to a cultural match-up that is well reflected in partnership values
Viktor Varkonyi, CEO of Graphisoft SE and Sean Flaherty, CEO of Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. have both been promoted to the Executive Board of Munich, Germany-based Nemetschek AG
In our third article in our 2011 State of Apple in CAD/3D industries series, we deal with many of the bigger issues by speaking to several of the industry’s leading CAD/3D software CEOs and company presidents.
Architosh will be releasing a new ToshLetter on March 3, 2010. The popular newsletter is focused on executive-class discussion about pertinent issues in the Mac CAD and 3D industries and each issue generally resolves around a major topic. This upcoming issue centers on BIM and architecture.
At Build Boston 2009 Viktor Varkonyi, CEO of Graphisoft, sat down with Architosh to talk about ArchiCAD 13. The keynote speaker that morning at a Boston area architects BIM forum, Varkonyi explained that his company’s latest Building Information Modeling (BIM) software has changed the game in terms of what is possible with collaboration in architectural practice.
Mac CAD and 3D News: In today’s tidbits we cover news of Vectorworks 2010 in Brazil and ArchiCAD 13 events in New Haven (Yale) and at Build Boston later this month
Dominic Gallello, who has served as CEO for the past five years, is handing over the helm to Viktor Várkonyi.