Graphisoft Announces ArchiCAD 10

12 Jun, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

New features in 3D architectural application designed to improve modeling freedom, workflow and user interaction


Graphisoft recently briefed Cadalyst on the highlights of its new ArchiCAD 10 architectural design application, now available for Windows and Macintosh operating systems.p>

ArchiCAD was one of the earliest architectural applications to implement object-oriented 3D building modeling. Design is done in 3D, then 2D documentation is automatically derived from the building model -- or virtual building, as Graphisoft calls it. The new features in ArchiCAD 10 are grouped into three themes: modeling freedom, workflow and interaction.  Read more >>


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