Upgrades to four of Graphisoft’s main software products will equip users to deal with the biggest challenges in AECO projects.
The acceptance of BIM through the last decade has been astonishing. Once a slow-growing luxury for large construction firms, BIM is now accepted as a requirement on large projects. BIM has been around as a concept since the 1980s and began to gain regulatory traction in the 2000s. The technology got a leg up from European government bodies, which had … Read more
The AEC industry has become more resilient, flexible, and dynamic over the past five years than seemed possible in the decade before. The pandemic has had a lot to do with it, but even before, the digitalization of processes has transformed processes. The changes have been especially profound in construction. Every major company selling software tools for the AEC industry … Read more
Showcase design Graphisoft has chosen the Duke Ellington School of Arts redesign by cos graae+spack and Lance Bailey & Associates to showcase the power of Archicad 25. Graphisoft CEO Huw Roberts notes that the choice of this building is fitting for the new world we’re encountering after 2020. It is an addition and revamp of the school’s original building, a … Read more
Direct and to the point: new features in Archicad 25 Graphisoft, a company of German AECO software group Nemetschek, has unveiled Archicad 25 and has also announced that its upcoming Building Together 2021 conference will again be virtual. It will be held September 14-16; it will be free and registration is open. In a short press presentation, teeing up the … Read more
Right in the middle of wrapping presents, agonizing over what to feed people, and wishing work would just shut up for a minute, Maxon and Red Giant announced plans to “combine forces,” in a deal worth more than $70 million. Maxon’s announcement follows on the acquisition of the Redshift and reaffirms the group’s commitment to strengthening Maxon’s technology with outside … Read more
Graphisoft is the Hungarian software company that began in 1984 when Gábor Bojár thought of designing buildings virtually in 3D. As a result, ArchiCAD became the earliest version of BIM (building information modeling) software. In fact, it was so 3D oriented that generating 2D plans was an afterthought. This year, Graphisoft will release ArchiCAD 23. Graphisoft is still headquartered in … Read more