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In this video I talk about how to create monochromatic models in ArchiCAD. There are a few techniques and they all offer some great potential.
Do you need a template for ArchiCAD? Why not try using mine. Welcome to the Shoegnome Open Template version 17.1.
Graphisoft product designer James Badcock is back with a new blog post about the changes to the Profile Manager in ArchiCAD 17.
Are you still using Windows Vista to run ArchiCAD? Your days are numbered.
Download this latest Hotfix for ArchiCAD 17 to get access to an EcoDesigner Star Trial.
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.
ArchiCAD 17 Hotfix-5 package (build 5014) was released today.
GRAPHISOFT®, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) architectural software developer, has announced the launch of EcoDesigner STAR, the first software that places standard-compliant energy analysis in the heart of the architect’s familiar BIM work environment. EcoDesigner STAR enables architects to design the most energy-efficient buildings, by themselves or working together with engineers or specialist consultants.
Once I figured out this technique to create Complex Profile siding in ArchiCAD, my models became about 20% cooler.
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.
ArchiCAD 17 Hotfix-4 package (build 5005) was released today. You can read about all the details and download the hotfix (if your ArchiCAD isn’t set to automatically notify you) here. The list of fixes is long and varied; it’s worth a read. Or at least a skim. I love reading …