I am excited to announce the launch of our ARCHINTENSIVE event for 2021.
We are changing up the format for this year’s event, first, it is
virtual so geographic location is not an issue, secondly, it will run
for 24 hours straight so there is somethi...
I am excited to announce the launch of “ARCHINTENSIVE for ARCHICAD
Users.” It is an intensive 2-day training conference and networking
event, being held in Brisbane on the 6th and 7th February 2020. Learn
from world-leading users, teaching detailed p...
The problem with this workflow is that it requires the structural
engineer to use Archicad. I honestly do not see many structural
engineers switching from Revit to Archicad when they work with other
Architects that are using Revit. I am keen to see a...
I honestly wished they would have presented the launch of AC24 like
previous releases. Here is an example of last year's launch. Now I
understand the logistics have to be different because of COVID but all
of the demos could have been pre-recorded an...
Richard wrote:Then consider that when you copy an assembly in, as Steve
suggests, all of the needed building materials, fills, composite
assemblies, etc. come with it. If you have a parallel project open,
where you are copying things into your projec...
Tim, GSUK don't need to keep the old classification system. It should
only come through when you open an old project from AC20. As for whether
or not if I know there will be change. I can't really comment directly
st that except that there will alway...