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A Mobile Sales Area: Out of the Box

Posted by Lisa Lance on 8/15/18 11:34 AM
Temporary or pop-up architecture is currently in vogue — it is dynamic, nomadic, and allows for great creativity. Dittel Architekten, a firm based in Stuttgart, Germany, has created an "out-of-the-box" solution with the Pop Up Box, which offers a customizable presentation area in a mobile space for retailers. Read More

Topics: Dittel Architekten, Vectorworks 3D, Vectorworks Architect, pop-up architecture, Architect magazine, Gerber shopping center

In Need of Last-Minute CE Credits? Opportunities Here

Posted by Rowena Winkler on 12/5/17 12:02 PM
Need to check a few continuing education credits off your to-do list? It’s not too late — here are some of our AIA-accredited continuing education opportunities from the past year so you can earn CE credits before the end of 2017. Click the title of each to register and earn over 5 CEUs, including 3.5 AIA LU HSW. Read More

Topics: Continuing Education Credits, continuing education, AIA, A Placemaking Approach to Design, Universal Design, Architectural Record, Architect magazine, BIM, King + King Architects, The Design Buro, Passive House, Living Building Challenge, webinars

Globe-Trotting Vectorworks Soaks up the Limelight at Design Summit, AIA, and Rock in Rio

Posted by Lauren Burke Meyer on 6/3/16 11:22 AM
We are thrilled to see the Vectorworks name popping up more and more in the media these days. Between the 2016 Design Summit, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention 2016, and the Rock in Rio Festival, we’ve been busy connecting with our users and making headlines. Read More

Topics: 5+1AA architectures, AECCafe, and Architectural Record, Archispeak, Architect magazine, Architecture, Architizer, Architosh, BIM, Building & Design + Construction magazine, Builtr Labs, company news, Design Summit, DesignIntelligence, engineering.com, Entertainment, ESP Vision, event, John Helm, Kyle Fiddelke, Land8, Landmark, Live Design, Medical Construction & Design, Metal Architecture Construction News, Metropolis, partnership, Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal, Production Resource Group, rock in rio, Simonetta Cenci, Spotlight, Studio Gray, the American Architects (AIA) Convention 2016, The Construction Specifier, The Office of James Burnett (OBJ), trade shows, Vision

Earn Credits While Embracing the Environment

Posted by Zoë DiGiorgio on 5/5/16 9:52 AM
Spring is here, and it’s time to embrace the great outdoors, as well as learn how your designs can benefit from integrating interior and exterior spaces. Grow your knowledge and earn some Continuing Education credits with Architect magazine’s recent article, “Merging Architecture and Landscape Designs.” Read More

Topics: Architect magazine, Architecture, Community, continuing education, Continuing Education Credits, Landscape, Merging Architecture and Landscape Designs, resources

Top 10 Things That Made Vectorworks Great in 2015

Posted by Hannah Force on 12/30/15 10:00 AM
It’s been a monumental year for the design industry, beginning with female architects like Denise Scott Brown receiving the American Institute of Architects' top award, the Gold Medal, along with her husband and partner Robert Venturi. We also witnessed a global commitment toward building a more sustainable world with the European Commission's 2020 Energy Strategy. Then we saw the fulfillment of the "Back to the Future" movie franchise’s prediction that hoverboards would be real. Read More

Topics: 2020 Energy Strategy, Architect magazine, Architosh, Benno Schmitz, BIM, BIMobject, Case Study, Church Production Magazine, Denise Scott Brown, ESP Vision, European Commission, #FundMyVision, Hoverboards, inspiration, LEVENBETTS, partnership, Planet Vectorworks, product reviews, Robert Venturi, The Nemetschek Group, Vectorworks 2016, Vectorworks Architect, Vectorworks Architect 2016, Vectorworks Design Scholarship, Vectorworks Design Summit, Vectorworks Designer, #Vectorworks2016, #VectorworksDesignSummit

A Modern Syntax and African Riffs Achieve Harmony in Brooklyn, New York Museum

Posted by Julie McClure on 1/28/14 11:53 AM
Weeksville Heritage Center is an urban project by the award-winning firm Caples Jefferson Architects PC. It consists of a two-story, 23,000-square-foot new building and 41,000-square-f00t interpretive landscape, which recreates farmland and serves as a gateway connecting the present to the past, including four 1800s houses on site – remnants of the 19th century free African-American community of Weeksville. The project, created with Vectorworks Architect software, was recently chosen as among the 17 best in American architecture by ARCHITECT magazine in its 2013 Annual Design Review. Read More

Topics: 2013 Annual Design Review, 3D Modeling, Architect magazine, Architecture, Caples Jefferson Architects PC, LEED, Michael Behrman, Project Highlight, Vectorworks Architect, Weeksville Heritage Center

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