Are you frustrated with all the over detailed BIM content out there? Or all the under detailed content? It’s all your fault. Luke explains why.
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Nathan Hildebrandt follows up his previous post with more on how and why you need to focus more on Information when working with ArchiCAD and BIM.
Graphisoft product designer James Badcock is back with a new blog post about the changes to the Profile Manager in ArchiCAD 17.
GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, will host a live online seminar featuring Abvent’s Artlantis 5, the latest version of the fastest, stand-alone 3D rendering application developed especially for architects and designers. Artlantis is ideal for quickly and easily creating high resolution 3D renderings, iVisit 3D …
I love this post. Guest Blogger Nathan Hildebrandt starts with Building Materials, then leads you down a path towards reinventing how you think about BIM and use ArchiCAD. It’s a great example of how focusing on improving how you use a piece of software will make you a more valuable member of the AECO team. Even if you don’t use ArchiCAD, this is a must read.
Curious about all the changes big and small in ArchiCAD 17? Read what developer James Badcock has to say about Modify Reference Line and Plane in AC17.
Here’s my second video on Building Materials in ArchiCAD 17. I pick up right where we left off in the last video.
I asked on the Shoegnome Facebook page what my next ArchiCAD tutorial video should be about. There was some interest in Pen Sets, but the overwhelming majority of people wanted more on Building Materials in ArchiCAD 17. So here’s the first of at least two videos.
Can we distill the benefits of ArchiCAD, Revit, Sketchup, Hand drafting, etc. down by looking at simple architecture tool tests? I think so. Here’s why.
Everyone who was at the Graphisoft North America BIM Conference in San Diego got a chance to try these VR glasses with BIMx. It was pretty cool.
The official announcement about BIMx Docs for ArchiCAD. The future of BIM documentation arrived last week. Check out BIMx Docs by Graphisoft. The more you explore it, the more you’re going to see the potential. If you are interested in the future of BIM, you need to check BIMx docs out.
Two upcoming seminars on BIM reveal some problems we have in the architectural community.