CADDIES5 Jan, 2004 By: Cadalyst Staff
CADALYST Image Awards
The CADALYST Image Awards, better known as the CADDIES, honor the best in CAD-based design visualization.
Announcing the AEC 2004 CADDIES winners! First Place Winners are highlighted in the May 2004 issue of Cadalyst and will be displayed at the AIA Convention (Chicago, June 10-12, 2004).
SEE THE AEC WINNERS!
MCAD 2004 winners will be announced in the June 2004 issue of Cadalyst.
Come back to see them soon.
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