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ARCHICAD and the Pavilion of Charles V

Julian Enrique Nieto, Juan José Moyano, Fernando Rico and Daniel Antón | June 6, 2016

The Pavilion of Charles V, a Renaissance building located in Seville, Spain, was selected for a study focused on managing information models in the field of architectural and cultural heritage interventions. This work constitutes a project of intervention based on Heritage or Historic Building Information Modelling, called the 'HBIM Project.' The outcome of this research demonstrated that BIM — in this case ARCHICAD — has the tools necessary to model complex geometries that are typical of architectural heritage. Learn how ARCHICAD was instrumental in mapping this historic building in preparation for future restoration work.

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GRAPHISOFT Plays Key Role in Budapest ‘CAADence in Architecture’ Conference

Graphisoft | June 16, 2016

As the main sponsor, GRAPHISOFT®, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software developer for architects and designers, has developed a series of powerful workshops for this year’s ‘CAADence in Architecture’ conference, June 16-17, in Budapest, Hungary.

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Student Competition Winners!

Mary Moscarello Gutierrez | Jun 3, 2016

GRAPHISOFT North America, in partnership with award-winning ARCHICAD firm, Kitchen & Associates (K&A) and AIA West Jersey, proudly announce the winners of our inaugural student design competition.

We arranged the competition to coincide with the annual American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention in Philadelphia, PA. That’s because Philadelphia played a big role in the competition. We invited students, enrolled in architectural or interior design programs (graduate and undergraduate) in the United States, to use ARCHICAD to design a temporary, mobile visitor center with shipping containers as their primary material. The visitor center could then be situated in popular event locations across Philadelphia, this year’s AIA Conference host city.

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First Fridays for Education – April

by Mary Moscarello Gutierrez | Apr 1, 2016

Have you joined our national one-stage competition? All U.S.-based architecture and interior design students (graduate or undergraduate) are invited to develop and design a mobile visitor center using shipping containers that could be constructed in various locations around the city of Philadelphia.

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First Fridays for Education – March

by Mary Moscarello Gutierrez | Mar 4, 2016

GRAPHISOFT North America announces an exciting student design competition that challenges you to position Philadelphia’s rich history in front of the millions of tourists who visit it annually.  The City of Brotherly Love hosts dozens of concerts, conventions, sporting events, and festivals – so the draw is there, but what the city lacks are temporary mobile visitor centers that can be brought to those venues and welcome event attendees.

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ARCHICAD Student Design Competition

by Mary Moscarello Gutierrez | Mar 2, 2016

GRAPHISOFT North America announces an exciting student design competition that challenges you to position Philadelphia’s rich history in front of the millions of tourists who visit it annually. The City of Brotherly Love hosts dozens of concerts, conventions, sporting events, and festivals – so the draw is there, but what the city lacks are temporary mobile visitor centers that can be brought to those venues and welcome event attendees.

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First Fridays for Education

by Rita Hicks | Oct 2, 2015

A new school year, new software and new blog features for just for you! Introducing “First Fridays for Education”, every first Friday of the month, you’ll see a new video tutorial, along with inspiring stories of students and professors who are pushing the limits of design and productivity with ARCHICAD.

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