The 2019 Vectorworks Design Scholarship is in full effect. Only a few months remain before the August 29 deadline.
For International Women’s Day this year, we want to celebrate Dwyer Architectural, the women-owned firm with locations in Syracuse, Rochester, and Buffalo, New York. Established in 2010, their nineteen-person firm has worked tirelessly within the healthcare, medical research, and higher education fields to create stunning designs for their clients. In 2013, they applied for and were accepted into the New York State Minority and Women Business Development (NY MWBE) program, allowing them to become a certified women-owned firm, a change that has helped them make a name for themselves within the architecture industry.
Topics: Vectorworks Architect, BIM, Syracuse, Rochester, NY MWBE program, women-owned firm, International Women’s Day, Dwyer Architectural, Buffalo, New York, Kelly Yahi, Kimberly A. Dwyer, Maternity Renovation, Upstate University Hospital Community Campus, Curt Henry, Community Memorial Hospital
Topics: Jeremy Powell, Land8, BUILD magazine, BIM software, Designer Awards, Jessie Wilson, Best BIM Software Developer 2019, 2019 Designer Awards, LUX-Life Magazine, Megan Cashmore, One to Watch in 2019
Time is running out! Students, don’t forget to apply to the 2019 Vectorworks Design Scholarship, where you could win $10,000 USD. You can even recycle old work — just make sure you submit by August 29, 2019 and answer the 3 short questions in 150 words or less. It’s that easy.
Topics: Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Natasha Polozenko, Stephanie Dudak, Wes Calkin, Benno Schmitz, Diego Bermudez, Philadelphia University, University of Cincinnati, Vectorworks Design Scholarship, Design Scholarship, Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin
Valentine’s Day may be over, but we have an extra special treat for you to indulge in. Here is your February tech roundup filled with our latest tips and tutorials to keep you ahead of the curve…
Topics: Vectorworks Spotlight, Braceworks, February Tech Roundup, Moving from AutoCAD, schematic 3D model, slab styles, Ben Elmore, Spotlight Essentials Seminar, wall styles, floor objects, Manipulating 3D Geometry, Editing Solids, on-demand webinar
Imagine a space for children that’s both indoors and out, a play space conditioned to let in the best weather and keep out the worst.
What’s better than getting paid for your hard work? That’s easy: getting paid and showing it off. Starting today, undergraduate student designers and recent graduates are encouraged to submit their best work to the 2019 Vectorworks Design Scholarship for a chance to win up to $10,000 USD, gain professional recognition, and propel themselves into a bright future of design.
This Valentine’s Day, we caught up with a handful of our users who work alongside their significant others. With stories sweeter than candy, we wanted to get you into the holiday spirit by showing how their partnerships translated to career success. You’ll also discover some secrets and tips to balancing a successful modern day working/personal relationship.
Topics: California Polytechnic State University, Chad Hamilton, Valentine's Day, Hamilton + Aitken Architects, Google Drive, Garth Woodruff, Lani Woodruff, RootBound, Andrews University, Vectorworks Landmark design software, FDR Memorial, University of Washington, Sabrena Schweyer, Perennial Plant Association, Susan Aitken, Land2c Landscape Architecture, Tim King, Kat King, Salsbury-Schweyer, Inc., Samuel Schweyer, Disney, Beatles
Our Vectorworks Nomad mobile app now offers ARCore support on Android devices, thanks to Google’s ARCore technology. As of today, you can build new AR experiences that seamlessly blend the digital and physical worlds, enhancing how you can approach planning and presentation.
Some Vectorworks users have been with us since their company’s beginnings. McGregor Coxall is a design firm with offices in the U.K., Australia, and China that’s committed to developing sustainable city designs — they’ve been transforming city landscapes into more friendly, cosmopolitan spaces since 1998. And they’ve been using Vectorworks the entire time.