On November 30, 2018, our Japanese distributor A&A Co., LTD. hosted the Vectorworks Live event to reveal Vectorworks 2019 to the Japanese market. More than 300 attendees gathered at the Shinagawa Grand Hall in Tokyo alongside representatives from Vectorworks headquarters to witness how the latest features can enhance Japanese designs.
If you need an excuse to visit London, our UK office is holding its Vectorworks Annual Design day on October 2 at the Cavendish Conference Centre.
Sun Effects is a design and production company located in Helsinki, Finland that has been in operation for 20 years, mainly working on projects in Europe and Asia. With a specialization in light art and designing scenography for other forms of living art, the firm’s range of expertise includes architectural light art, light art festivals, living art festivals, large scale events, projection mapping, theater, touring, outdoor lighting, exhibitions, museum and installation works, and corporate shows. One project in particular has grown to become a standing partner and an annual Vectorworks design tradition for Sun Effects — an event called Slush.
Excited about Vectorworks 2019 and want to learn more?
Join us for a free, “What’s New” webinar and discover the latest improvements and new features. We’re offering different webinars for the architecture, landscape, and entertainment design industries. Read the presentation descriptions below and register today.
Topics: previsualization, Vectorworks Architect, Vectorworks Spotlight, Vision, webinars, AEC Industry, Landscape industry, Vectorworks Landmark, Braceworks, BIM workflow, #Vectorworks2019, What's New Webinars, Entertainment industry, landscape modeling, rigging design
According to Robert Sondergaard, lighting and production designer at Electric Aura Projects, Inc., his 25 years working in entertainment is the result of luck. But once you understand the hard work he has put into networking, gaining hands-on experience in the field, and maximizing his workflow with Vectorworks Spotlight, you can easily see that his accolades were both earned and well-deserved.
Topics: Vectorworks Spotlight, Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games, Canada Winter Games, Royal Swedish Ballet, Electric Aura, Associated Designers of Canada, Grey Cup Halftime Show, Blended screen tool
On Monday, July 16, the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) brought together hundreds of volunteers for the largest service event in the landscape industry: Renewal and Remembrance. For over 20 years, NALP’s annual Renewal and Remembrance event honors America’s veterans and provides an opportunity for landscape industry leaders to assist in the beautification of the most sacred grounds in the US.
Topics: Eric Gilbey, John Eggleston, NALP, Renewal & Remembrance, Veterans, Arlington National Cemetery, Tyler French, Jeff Buhler, Colonel Jerry Farnsworth, Landscaping, Service event, Tom Shotzbarger, Volunteer work, Priscilla Quackenbush
If you had told Christian A. Kurka five years ago that he would be working toward planning and designing more accessible theater spaces with the help of Vectorworks Spotlight, he probably wouldn’t have believed you. But once he was introduced to the production side of theater, he did not waste any time.
Topics: Vectorworks Spotlight, accessible theater, Boy Gets Girl, ADA compliance, 800 Days, Projection commands, Skateboard Park tutorial, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre, Southeastern Theatre Conference, SETC, Reshape tool
Here’s a special treat to add to your #FeelGoodFriday vibes: a new customer success story on our redesigned website! Learn more about how event production firm PRP used Vectorworks for the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto by checking out our new customer showcase page. We hope you’ll stay for a while and explore everything new across the website
When it comes to Broadway theater, audiences often mention the same components as indicators of a show’s success: the acting, the singing, the choreography. But there is so much more to a spectacular Broadway production than meets the eye — elements brought to life by the creativity and hard work of designers working diligently behind the scenes.
Futurity is a landscape architecture firm based out of Chicago, Illinois that designs creative landscapes for residential, corporate, and civic clients. Many of Futurity’s projects involve working with very large sites; this process typically includes a survey plan that contains a great amount of data. Anna Arbetter, licensed landscape architect at Futurity, shared how the firm contends with these challenges to their already complex workflow and how she recently found success using Vectorworks' built-in algorithmic modeling tool, Marionette, to streamline the design process.