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ArchiCAD 30 Years Anniversary

GRAPHISOFT BIMcloud

Learn more about the OPEN BIM initiative started by a group of independent software vendors…

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GRAPHISOFT Supports BIM Competition organised by the National University of Singapore and The University of Melbourne

September 10, 2014 |

Graphisoft Australia and Graphisoft Singapore, supported the recent 5D Building Information Modeling (BIM) Immersion and Competition which was organized by the University of Melbourne and National University of Singapore’s (NUS) School of Design and Environment.

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3-Day ArchiCAD Workshop at National University of Singapore

6-8 May, 2014 |

Nearly 50 students have attended our 3-Day ArchiCAD Workshop at the National University of Singapore from 6-8 May. The participants were 1-3 year students from the Faculty of Architecture.

The Workshop included basic and advanced Building Information Modeling (BIM) courses, real-time Teamwork and Collaboration Workshop and a modeling contest which was a lot of fun!

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HUNGARIAN DRAGONS supported by GRAPHISOFT all across Hong Kong

10 May, 2014 |

As a company with the Headquarters located in Budapest, Hungary, GRAPHISOFT is proud to be the main sponsor of the HUNGARIAN DRAGONS Dragonboat team. They are participating in several races all across Hong Kong, promoting the our brand throughout the whole season.

Check out the team holding the GRAPHISOFT Banner after a successful day at Deep Water Bay!

SIA Practice Convention 2014

26 March 2014 |
GRAPHISOFT is proud to sponsor this landmark event that commemorates with the 50th Anniversary of Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA).

Sample project presenting CineRender settings

September 16, 2014 |Sample Learning Features

Download the ArchiCAD 18 INT sample project — presenting the CineRender surface, light and photorendering settings as displayed in the feature clips!
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"ArchiCAD asserts the role of the architect"

September 15, 2014 |Users ArchiCAD

Xavier Soule, CEO of Abvent, one of GRAPHISOFT's oldest and most loyal partners, explains why ArchiCAD is the software designed for architects. According to Xavier, ArchiCAD gives architects the freedom and power they need to design, and is the advantage that ArchiCAD has over Revit.
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How to add camera views to the BIMx model

September 15, 2014 |Learning Tips

Did you know that you can predefine different navigation options for your BIMx model? By placing camera views into the ArchiCAD project you can add movies to help your client explore the BIMx model. It is also possible to limit the navigation only to these videos/camera views. This article will guide you through this process step-by-step.
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M.A.D. about ArchiCAD

September 11, 2014 |ArchiCAD Users

We sat down with Ville Pietila and Severi Virolainen of M.A.D. in Finland to discuss ArchiCAD's role in the evolution of BIM in Finland over the years. Find out what their most interesting success is. Hint: did you know that ArchiCAD is involved in factory-made houses?
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Live Online Seminar — Architectural Visualization achieves Hollywood standards: ArchiCAD 18 meets Cinema 4D

A live, online seminar will take place September 23 and will present the professional architectural visualization and rendering workflow using GRAPHISOFT ArchiCAD 18 and MAXON Cinema 4D Studio
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Architosh launches survey study for Mac pro users

September 9, 2014 |Productivity

To learn more about the professional markets that Apple has traditionally served, Architosh has launched a survey in order to comprehensively study the market for professional desktop/workstation hardware needs across a range of “pro” industries. While Architosh has conducted several industry studies over the years, this is the first time they have conducted a hardware study directed at Mac Professionals in the architecture, engineering, construction, sciences, film and visual effects industries—the demographic that is served by Architosh’s editorial focus.
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