Urban Strategies Inc. Wins Prestigious Awards for Innovative Designs
GRAPHISOFT is pleased to announce that Urban Strategies, a GRAPHISOFT client based in Toronto, Ontario, has won a number of prestigious awards for work recently completed in Singapore, all designed using ArchiCAD.
Great Architects: EZRA Architects Singapore
EZRA Architects was established in Singapore in 2005. In this video, founder and principal architect, Lim Kee Hua, talks about why he chose ArchiCAD, and how they work with the award-winning software on a diverse range of projects that span the globe.
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GRAPHISOFT Acquires Cigraph Distribution Unit in Italy
GRAPHISOFT announced today that it has acquired the ArchiCAD and Artlantis distribution unit of Cigraph, its first distributor partner in Italy, as part of a strategic market development plan in Europe. As a result of this acquisition, GRAPHISOFT opened its Italian office on January 15, 2015. GRAPHISOFT Italy will continue to sell all GRAPHISOFT products with the current Italian ArchiCAD reseller partners, and will offer SSA services directly to customers located in Italy. Cigraph will continue operations from its current location.
Exhibition of Bjarke Ingels Group at National Building Museum Sponsored by GRAPHISOFT
GRAPHISOFT®, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, will sponsor renowned international design firm, BIG’s (Bjarke Ingels Group) returning exhibition to the National Building Museum.
Rendering with ArchiCAD 18: Revisiting the Guggenheim Museum
“The space within becomes the reality of the building” — Frank Lloyd Wright
This quote was the first cut in one of our "Classics Remodeled" videos on how to model this 20th-century iconic favorite, solely with the help of ArchiCAD and its versatile Shell Tool. Now, with the integration of Maxon’s CineRender rendering engine into ArchiCAD 18, it is only natural that we feel the urge to further enhance the “space within” to photorealistic perfection!
GRAPHISOFT Partners with buildingSMART Korea to Foster National BIM Standards
BUDAPEST, December 18, 2014 – GRAPHISOFT®, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, has announced that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with buildingSMART Korea, to assist in the development of the “Open BIM-based Building Design Standard and IT-Infrastructure Construction” efforts in Korea.
Rendering with ArchiCAD 18: Reawakening the Tie Fighter
In great anticipation of the new Star Wars Movie and as part of the 'Depth of FIELD/Depth of BUILD' video series, we decided to reinvite an old friend from the past: our Tie Fighter model, which was built entirely using the MORPH Tool in ArchiCAD, back in 2012.
With the help of MAXONs CineRender engine integrated into ArchiCAD, we are able to produce industry-standard graphics right from our own desktop!
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ARCHICON — ArchiCAD User Conference
Nathan Hildebrandt and Skewed will be present the inaugural ARCHICON – ArchiCAD User Conference on May 22, 2015 in Brisbane, Australia. The purpose of the event is to provide an opportunity for all ArchiCAD users from beginners to Directors to learn implementation strategies and new techniques from some of the world’s best professionals. The presentations will be at the Strategic and Technical levels offering techniques and workflows they can implement immediately, and aspirational workflows that can be implemented over a longer period of time.
Takenaka Adopts GRAPHISOFT BIMx for Mobile Access to BIM Projects
GRAPHISOFT®, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, announced today that a large-scale purchase agreement has been finalized between GRAPHISOFT and Takenaka Corporation. The agreement will equip thousands of Takenaka field technicians with GRAPHISOFT BIMx Docs.
Overwhelming success at the First Austrian BIM Congress on November 17 in Vienna
With over 400 participants, the First Austrian BIM Congress – organized by GRAPHISOFT – was fully booked. “Demand recognized” would be a suitable statement in connection with the event because it did not only prove that BIM is becoming increasingly accepted in Germany and Austria but also made clear, how big the need for increasing awareness concerning the topics of changing operation methods, process chains and organizational structures still is for all people who are involved in the process of planning and building.