ARCHICAD 22 promises to improve the architect's experience as they design. Here we'll review the tools have been improved and modified, including the Curtain Wall tool, Parametric Profiles, and CineRender. We'll also touch on performance improvements and productivity enhancements in this latest version.
The architectural design and documentation workflow in ARCHICAD 22 for building facades contains significant improvements, notably the revamped Curtain Wall Tool. Discover in detail how modular structures, hierarchical and easily modifiable patterns work to create external or internal facades. We'll also examine how your facade design workflow will change from concept through design development to documentation.
ARCHICAD 22 allows you to use logical expressions to derive new properties and property values that depend on the element’s own parameters. Examine how you define any calculation rule as an element property value and update it automatically eliminating error-prone manual data entry. In addition, uncover the many productivity improvements in this latest version, including easier and more intuitive building design, faster and more precise construction documentation, and more accurate schedules and cost estimation.
With ARCHICAD 21 Graphisoft once again introduces innovation in technology with a new release of ARCHICAD. In this lesson we will review the new features including Stair Tool, the new Railing Tool, Curtain Wall Editing Mode update, new productivity and teamwork features, opportunities for classification management and improvements to visualization.
In this lesson we will review how to use the Stair Tool to create custom treads and risers, add landings, create custom shaped stairs and set materials. We will also review the new Railing Tool which can be used to create complex, associative railings for Stairs, Slabs, Walls, Roofs or Meshes. We will discuss how to use the Railing Pattern Editor as well as how to setup pre-defined rules and standards.
In this session we will review additional productivity and visualization enhancements for section/elevation editing, selective Parameter Transfer functionality, classification management, Curtain Wall editing update, pre-set Style mode for the 3D Window and conflict management with collision detection. You’ll discover improved control for editing between section/elevation and floor plan views, new options for editing curtain walls using the new technology from the Stair and Railing Tools, how to selectively pick parameters to by transferred between elements with Favorites Parameter Inject functionality, opportunities to create saved Graphic Styles for the 3D Window including new shading modes and steps to track conflicts in your design using the new Collision Detection feature.
This is a review of the most beneficial new features in ArchiCAD 20, including the refreshed user interface, two point perspective, update to Cinerender, connection to Rhino, Graphic Overrides, Property Manager and Visual Favorites.
In this session you will learn more details about the new Graphic Overrides feature including how to create Graphic Override Combinations and attach rules to create 2D and 3D graphics, how to develop new Graphic Override Rules using Criteria and Override Style, how to save the Graphic Override Combinations with views for drawings and 3D window views.
This is a review of the most beneficial new features in ArchiCAD 19, including the 3D Surface Painter, Point Cloud technology, Interface and Guideline Enhancements and the much-improved GDL Library for better object management.
Uncover the major work environment improvements available in ArchiCAD 19. You will discover the new, tab-based navigation system as well as guide lines, snap guides and snap points that provide permanent graphical aid for accurate element creation and editing.
In this course we will learn about ArchiCAD 13 installation and new features, including TeamWork 2.0, oriented view, improved Find & Select, ruler, Slab/Roof edge custom settings, Fill improvements and more.
Examine the worksheet and interior elevation tools including interior elevation settings and creation, removing views from interior elevations, worksheet creation, linework and fill consolidation and the trace reference palette.
This class reviews how to use layouts and drawings in ArchiCAD including project navigator, layer and model view settings, placing drawings, drawing title block, using the grid and creating a project sheet index.