Site Models in Archicad
In the video below I look at a number of site models I’ve built over the past few years and discuss a variety of techniques. After watching the video, if you want to experiment with some of these methods, I highly recommend you download the Shoegnome Open Template as pretty much everything I share started off as a Favorite from the template. If you see me press some buttons on the keyboard and are annoyed that you don’t have that shortcut or you are wondering where the button/toolbar I use is, download my Work Environment.
To help you build even better sites in Archicad, check out these older posts:
Adding Contours to a Mesh in Archicad (I actually cover this in the video above)
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If you aren’t using the current version of Archicad, you can download older versions of my template. If you use my template, I highly recommend you use my Work Environment as well. The two work together well and the Work Environment is designed to reinforce the best practices of the template. You can download my Work Environment here.
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