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Live Webinar: Step Up Your BIM by Upgrading to ARCHICAD 21!

June 27 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Are You Working Using an Older Version of ARCHICAD?

You already know that innovation has been a key differentiator for GRAPHISOFT® ARCHICAD® software since its inception in 1984. While other companies were automating the draft board with computerized lines, arcs, and circles, ARCHICAD was being developed by architects for architects for true 3D virtual building. In this webinar, we’ll walk you through some of the key features that have been added to ARCHICAD over time so you can see what you’ve been missing along the way. And, of course, that includes the essential new features in ARCHICAD 21!

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Step Up Your BIM by Upgrading to ARCHICAD 21!

6/27/201712:00pm EDT1 hour

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More about ARCHICAD 21

ARCHICAD 21 is no exception to GRAPHISOFT’s tradition of cutting edge ingenuity, so register today for this FREE webinar! In addition to showing you a progression of ARCHICAD features over time, we’re also going to show you some of ARCHICAD 21’s amazing new tools, including:

  • The Stair Tool: ARCHICAD 21 evaluates thousands of options and offers the most optimal stair design choices within context of the specific building you’re working on. Featuring GRAPHISOFT’s patent‑pending Predictive Design™ technology, the Stair Tool turns what is usually a painful task into something truly fun—so fun, we even remodeled stairs from the Great Wall of China to prove it!
  • The Railing Tool: now you can create complex, associative railings for Stairs, Slabs, Walls, Roofs, or Meshes. The configurable Railing Pattern Editor offers unique railing patterns specific to each design project. Railings can be created with a single click based on predefined rules and standards.
  • Faster, More Realistic Rendering: based on the latest MAXON Cinema 4D rendering engine, ARCHICAD 21 offers you high-quality, photo-realistic rendering right within the BIM environment, now with Light Mapping and Secondary GI methods.


June 27
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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