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BIM for Architects
Archicad is designed keeping architects in mind. The user friendly interface will be the first handshake which you would enjoy. Design any size and scale of buildings using Archicad, innovative technologies like background processing and predictive design will make your work faster. Archicad teamwork is based on Delta Server technology which lets you work within the office or across the globe without worrying much about data speeds.
BIM for Interior Designers
Archicad’s in-built Renovation filters along with Graphical Overrides helps to create fascinating Layouts for Design Development as well as Presentations. The power of GDL library lets you create and manage Furniture Layouts and every element placed can be added to Schedules and BOQ generation becomes easy. Archicad 24 also have included MEP modeller, now it’s easier to model Services and rectify collisions much before the execution.
BIM for Collaboration
If your BIM is not Open – it is not BIM.
GRAPHISOFT is one of the pivotal members for promoting the concept of OpenBIM.
It is an approach to collaboration that welcomes all software vendors, AEC practices (designers, engineers and builders) as well as building owners.
We are open. Open to working with the best softwares for the need of your project. Open to future-proof solutions, transparency, quality assurance and accessible data.
BIM for Coordination
Work as ONE team with your engineers using MEP Modeller and Structural Analytical Model.
The Power of ONE – One Building – One Team – One Software – One Interface, with an ability to work with other BIM software as well.
Use Archicad’s Issue Management and Collision (Clash) Detection tools to track every design change better for an informed decision.
BIM for Analysis
Analyse your building for Energy Usage with EcoDesigner within Archicad throughout your design stages.
You can also use In-Built model checking tools and keep and eye on design or documentation errors.
We want you to spend your time on designing great built forms and spaces – not worrying about quality of the model.