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BIM Details

ArchiCAD 17 — BIM Lives in the Details

ArchiCAD 17 offers the best BIM-based documentation workflow available on the market today. It simplifies the modeling and documentation of buildings even when the model contains a high level of detail. ArchiCAD’s end-to-end BIM workflow allows the model to stay live until the very end of the project.

Priority Based Connections

Intelligent Building Materials

Floorplan based 3D Documents

Idis Turato in Opatija Designed by Idis Turato, image: © Sandro Lendler, Ivan Dorotić 2012

Working with ArchiCAD, you will discover the pleasures and the benefits of designing in a 3D architectural environment with extraordinary design freedom. Based on a profound knowledge of the architectural process, ArchiCAD’s Building Information Model simulates the way a real building is constructed. From town planning to intricate details, from functional studies to complex designs, ArchiCAD’s specialized tools are always available and extremely easy-to-use, ensuring that there are no boundaries to your creativity. With ArchiCAD, you create a 3D Building Information Model — all the necessary documentation and images are created automatically. The project comes to life and evolves on the screen simultaneously with your thoughts, allowing you to concentrate on your strength — creating inspiring designs. Building Information Modeling is a natural and intuitive process that is both inspiring and enjoyable. With the clarity of 3D, your clients will truly appreciate good design.

Priority Based Connections

ArchiCAD 17’s brand new Priority Based Connections put a real ROI on the work invested in the creation of the Building Information Model, by automatically providing construction documentation level sections and details.
ArchiCAD users can develop structurally correct details and simplify the modeling and documentation of buildings, even when the design contains an unprecedented level of detail.
ArchiCAD’s end-to-end BIM workflow allows the model to stay live until the very end of the project, saving considerable time at the construction documentation phase.
Priority Based Connections
"The Automatic Model-based Junctions are an awesome addition to ArchiCAD 17. I love that they will improve quantity take-offs AND make my drawings—especially sections and 3D Documents—much more beautiful." Jared Banks, AIA, Shoegnome, LLC
  • Introduction to Priority-Based Connections (PBC)
    Introduction to Priority-Based Connections (PBC)
  • PBC connection methods
    PBC connection methods
  • PBC reference line method: walls
    PBC reference line method: walls
  • PBC reference line method: beams
    PBC reference line method: beams
  • PBC collision method: columns
    PBC collision method: columns
  • PBC collision method: slabs
    PBC collision method: slabs
  • PBC connection method: roofs, shells and morphs
    PBC connection method: roofs, shells and morphs
  • PBC connection method: trim elements to roof or shell
    PBC connection method: trim elements to roof or shell
  • PBC in curtain walls
    PBC in curtain walls
  • PBC junction order of walls and beams
    PBC junction order of walls and beams
  • PBC adjust elements to slabs
    PBC adjust elements to slabs
  • PBC adjust elements to slabs in section
    PBC adjust elements to slabs in section
  • PBC adjust elements to slabs: complex elements
    PBC adjust elements to slabs: complex elements
  • PBC adjust elements to slabs: tips
    PBC adjust elements to slabs: tips
  • PBC 3D connections display: legacy mode
    PBC 3D connections display: legacy mode
  • PBC permanent cache for PBC relationships
    PBC permanent cache for PBC relationships
Intelligent Building Materials

Intelligent Building Materials

The appropriate and consistent use of building materials is crucial not only when developing the final construction documentation sets, but also when creating building energy analysis reports.
New, intelligent building materials ensure correct graphical representation of materials in sections (cut fills), element surfaces in 3D views, and thermal properties throughout the building energy evaluations.
Cut fill pen colors can be globally defined and applied to any ArchiCAD construction element in the project. This not only simplifies the user interface, but also allows the same material to be used consistently throughout the design project.
  • Building Materials: a new attribute
    Building Materials: a new attribute
  • Building materials dialog
    Building materials dialog
  • Building material surfaces
    Building material surfaces
  • Building material parameters
    Building material parameters
  • Setting building material intersection priorities
    Setting building material intersection priorities
  • Creating new building materials
    Creating new building materials
  • Deleting and replacing building materials
    Deleting and replacing building materials
  • Building material attribute manager
    Building material attribute manager
  • Overriding cut fills and surface pens of building materials
    Overriding cut fills and surface pens of building materials
  • 3D display of composite structures skins
    3D display of composite structures skins
  • 3D display of building materials
    3D display of building materials
  • Overriding the surface settings of elements
    Overriding the surface settings of elements
  • Overriding surface settings of curtain wall panels and frames
    Overriding surface settings of curtain wall panels and frames
  • Using building materials with the fill tool
    Using building materials with the fill tool
  • Defining skin and line structures for composites
    Defining skin and line structures for composites
  • Composite structures enhancements
    Composite structures enhancements
  • Building materials in the profile manager
    Building materials in the profile manager
  • Using building materials in the find and select dialog
    Using building materials in the find and select dialog
  • Using building materials in schedules
    Using building materials in schedules
  • Using building materials with labels
    Using building materials with labels

Floorplan based 3D Documents

With a single click, create a 3D Document based on the Floor Plan: a section view, based on a horizontal cutting plane in the Floor Plan window. This type of 3D Document shows the cut part of the model, including sections of vertical structures (e.g. walls, openings). Interface and settings are based on the 3D Document.
Floorplan based 3D Documents
  • Creating a 3D floor plan 3D document
    Creating a 3D floor plan 3D document
  • Creating a reflected ceiling plan 3D document
    Creating a reflected ceiling plan 3D document
  • Model-based element display and solid element operations
    Model-based display for floor plan based 3D documents
  • Floor plan displays of 3D documents
    Floor plan displays of 3D documents
  • Modifying a floor plan based 3D document
    Modifying a floor plan based 3D document
  • Showing hidden lines of floor plan-based 3D documents
    Showing hidden lines of floor plan-based 3D documents
  • Improved zone creation and editing
    Improved zone creation and editing
  • PDF/A support
    PDF/A support
  • Exporting ArchiCAD model to STL format
    Exporting ArchiCAD model to STL format