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Get in on the Competition – Get a Jump Start too!

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Now that you’ve registered for GRAPHISOFT’s 2016 Student Competition, you are one step closer to the cash prizes! If you haven’t signed up for the competition, there’s no time to lose—there are only a few weeks left to submit your design.

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NOT FAMILIAR WITH ARCHICAD BIM SOFTWARE?

Don’t have time to sit through hours of tutorials to learn ARCHICAD? Let us help you get jump started! We are offering two online webinars (April 5th and April 26th) hosted by our best ARCHICAD gurus where we’ll go over the basics and answer your specific questions.

YOUR CHANCE FOR FAME AND FORTUNE—AND PERHAPS A FULL-TIME GIG!

Designing an amazing ARCHICAD project not only provides fame and fortune to the winners, but all who participate get to add another unique design to their portfolios! That’s important because firms across the country are ready to hire graduates with ARCHICAD know-how.

Stand out from the crowd. Add ARCHICAD to your list of skills and open more doors towards landing the perfect job!

Register here!


 

Thank You Atlanta! AIA 2015 Recap

Friday, May 22nd, 2015
We have caught our breath after a successful show in Atlanta during the AIA 2015 National Convention. There were so many highlights, we hardly know where to begin!

It makes the most sense to start where all the action happened – our booth. This year, our booth was a busy hub where we demonstrated the performance enhancements in ARCHICAD 19, the latest version of our premium BIM software. Once again, our convention booth was designed and modeled in ARCHICAD, providing an open and welcoming space to allow for comfortable interactions throughout the show. Judging by the crowds that gathered we consider our mission accomplished. Visitors were able to relax and see first-hand how we’ve improved the user interface of ARCHICAD, speed up performance and made the work environment so streamlined and efficient.

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ARCHICAD 19 Showcased at AIA 2015

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

This year’s AIA National Convention takes place in Atlanta, GA. Between May 14th and 16th GRAPHISOFT will showcase the latest version of its premium BIM software, ARCHICAD® 19. The convention brings together the world’s brightest architects, designers, innovators, provocateurs, and thought leaders. GRAPHISOFT will demonstrate optimized speed and performance enhancements found in ARCHICAD 19.

ArchiCAD 19During demonstrations of ARCHICAD 19 on the show floor – convention attendees will be able to discover how the software can benefit your a firm’s workflow or a sole proprietor’s practice. With ARCHICAD 19, GRAPHISOFT continues to provide users with solutions that simplify processes, improve profitability and grow business.

“By enhancing software performance GRAPHISOFT powers up an already intuitive and responsive set of tools for the architect,” said Steve Benford, Managing Director, at GRAPHISOFT North America. “With ARCHICAD 19 our users will have access to cutting edge technology and one of the fastest BIM tools available.”

With so much to see and do at the AIA show, GRAPHISOFT North America would like to highlight some presentations scheduled from seasoned and newly established ARCHICAD firms. These sessions provide a wonderful opportunity to hear about their experiences in using BIM to achieve growth and improve profitability.

Featured Session: Sustained & Long Term Growth from BIM Adoption

On Friday morning, Don Whitten, AIA of Marietta GA based – Collins Cooper will present “Sustained and Long Term Growth from BIM Adoption” in Room B313. Since transitioning to a BIM workflow a decade ago, Collins Cooper has made the most of that strategic advantage. During the presentation, Whitten, joined by Clayton Daspit of The Beck Group will provide real-world examples that demonstrate the impact of the adoption of an integrated BIM workflow had on their firm’s future.

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Hot to Cold in a BIG Way, Worldwide – on Display in DC

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

At last week’s press preview of the National Building Museum’s exhibition “Hot to Cold: an Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation” by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), I had the distinct pleasure of hearing Bjarke Ingels speak in some detail about his firm’s process, their vision and method of creating buildings in various parts of the globe. The virtual journey across the planet is smartly achieved in 800 feet of 60 three-dimensional models of projects that move from the world’s warmest climates to those that face some of Earth’s coldest temperatures. Helpful color codes that span the rainbow tell the viewer in which climate type the building resides.

ArchiCAD National Building MuseumThe exhibition marks the firm’s return to the museum. No surprise they’d be asked back, since in two months their Maze exhibit last year attracted more than 50,000 visitors and the firm is currently working on a redesign of the Smithsonian’s campus. The Maze display engulfed the museum’s atrium. This time, for Hot to Cold, the exhibit takes visitors above the great hall and around the second floor, but there is no need to retreat from the expanse of the hall into a classroom or separate viewing space. The models have been cleverly suspended from the museum’s third floor to rest in line with the second floor’s railings and sit nestled in between the massive columns that surround the atrium. One can take in the model without feeling the least bit confined and get a sense of how the project would sit in its particular location.

Engaging Dialog

This was the first time I had heard Ingels speak live. He’s been featured on several TED talks that have made the rounds online. He shared his thoughts on architecture with a passion and energy that is engaging. After making his opening remarks which included admitting an addiction to the show “Homeland” that he blames in part for his current love affair with Washington, DC – the group of press gathered for the preview of the exhibition wordlessly begged him for more. He graciously complied and got back on the podium to answer some questions and did not disappoint with the level of thought and attention given to each question.

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BIG Event at the National Building Museum in DC

Monday, January 19th, 2015

GRAPHISOFT is a proud co-sponsor of an upcoming event at the National Building Museum. Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) – will display 20 featured projects, offering a behind-the-scenes look at its creative process. Beginning January 24th and running through August 30th, 2015 the installation highlights 20 different projects designed by BIG from around the world, exploring how the cultural and climatic contexts of each location shaped their design solutions. The array of signature designs provides a glimpse into how the firm works with intense creativity and innovation while developing concepts for new buildings.
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BIM: More than a Buzzword at 2015 Interior Design Show

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

The dates are set for the Interior Design Show in Canada. Now in its 17th year, the show brings together some of the leading brands, innovative speakers and promising local talent to spotlight trends and share ideas and inspire new designs. Beginning January 22nd and running through January 25th, the show promises an experience that will charge your creative energy.

BIM: More than a Buzzword Presentation – Earn .1 CEU

ArchiCAD interior DesignGRAPHISOFT is sponsoring the CEU tradeday sessions during the IDS show as well as making a presentation entitled BIM: More than a Buzzword. Led by GRAPHISOFT North America Product Manager, Yanni Alexakis, the session will introduce Building Information Modeling or BIM and help attendees understand that it is more than a catch phrase, and more than a piece of code.  BIM goes beyond a new iteration of CAD. It’s a new way of working that makes it easier for interior designers to do their job and to coordinate with other professionals involved in a building project, too.

In this presentation, you’ll see BIM used in a real-world interior design application. You’ll understand the benefits of BIM first-hand—and learn how BIM is positioning today’s leading interior designers to be more competitive, productive and profitable. You’ll discover that BIM is an affordable, effective and efficient tool for communicating ideas, analyzing and evaluating space, and helping to forecast the performance of a finished building.

At the end of the session, attendees will earn .1 CEU and know how to:

  • Create custom objects using the Morph Tool
  •  Easily share files on mobile devices, with clients
  • Create photorealistic renderings directly from the model
  • Navigate with in the model in 3D view to quickly evaluate design decisions.
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