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One would be hard-pressed to list all the many good reasons to attend this year’s AIA Convention – but I’m willing to take up the challenge with some thoughts on the subject. To keep things tidy, though, I’m going to focus on one particular fun aspect of the convention per blog post.
Welcome to our weekly activity summary! GRAPHISOFT and our Partners are busy conducting, sponsoring and participating in events all over North America – we want to make sure you know where we will be so you can come see us! And so you can sign up for the events or training that will help you and your firm.
The team at Galbraith Carnahan Architects (GCA) took first place in the recent 2015 AIA Milwaukee Emerging Professionals Design Competition. Using ARCHICAD, architect, Nick Carnahan, and intern architects Brandon Reinke and John Annis seized the opportunity to display their skills by submitting a design titled The Oneida. Using ARCHICAD 18 and the built-in rendering engine powered by CineRender, the design shows off a more modern look, using materials that play off the old and new components.
ARCHICAD firm OFA received three AIA Florida/Caribbean Design awards – set to be given during this years AIA Florida Convention at the Boca Raton Resort and Club on August 1. The awards recognize excellence in architecture, elevate public consciousness of good design, and those owners, designers, and contractors whose work enriches the built environment.
GRAPHISOFT recently announced the development of the latest BIM software, ARCHICAD 19 – and it will be shipping soon. Now we want you to get familiar with all the bells and whistles and be ready to receive your copy. So please save the date for a very important webinar!
GRAPHISOFT® will showcase the latest version of its industry-leading BIM software solution for architects and designers, ArchiCAD 18, at this year’s AIA National Convention in Chicago, IL at booth #3048, June 26-28.
High school students from across the United States put their ARCHICAD knowledge to work competing in an annual National LEED Dream Home contest, sponsored by Arizona based STEM curriculum developer, the CAD Academy. The contest requires participants to comply with LEED requirements while designing their project in ARCHICAD, software provided by GRAPHISOFT.