While 2017 is winding down, awards season hasn’t quite wrapped up yet. We’d like to congratulate Lindauer Schreinerei & Küchen AG, Adrian Streich Architekten AG, Fontana Landschaftsarchitektur, and Maurus Schifferli for winning several accolades in two major Swiss award competitions.
Adrian Streich Architekten AG,
Swiss Kitchen Award,
Lindauer Schreinerei & Küchen AG,
Museum for Design – Schaudepot
Since the launch of the 2017 version of Vectorworks software last September, celebrations and learning opportunities continue popping up around the world. Let’s take a quick trip across the globe to see how designers are sharing their excitement about the new tools and features in the latest version of the Vectorworks line of products.
Nordic Design Day,
Swiss User Day,
BIM Design Day,
Future of Design,
Spotlight Users Conference,
Big BIM, or the greater collaboration among multiple disciplines involved in planning an architectural project via a building information model, was a featured topic at “People, Processes and Technologies in Construction Management.” This two-day event was presented by buildingSMART Switzerland in Zurich earlier this month in cooperation with Swiss universities, software providers, and Swiss Vectorworks distributor ComputerWorks AG.
Foto: Tessiner Platz, Zürich. © Markus Frietsch. Grafik : Julie Schneider.
Rotzler Krebs Partner Landschaftsarchitekten,
Schweingruber Zulauf Landschaftsarchitekten,
Klötzli Friedli Landschaftsarchitekten,
the swiss touch in landscape architecture
Creating client presentations without bogging down the desktop CPU is now possible for users of Vectorworks software in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. With today's launch of Vectorworks Cloud Services in these countries, users can access and share files, and make design decisions from anywhere while shifting calculations needed to generate sections, elevations, renderings, and Building Information Modeling (BIM) data from the desktop to the cloud.
Vectorworks Service Select,
Vectorworks Cloud Services,
kit architects: Roman Loretan, Andreas Schelling, and Gianet Traxler