This May, “M” is for Marionette, our integrated graphical scripting tool, as we’ve just launched the Marionette Resources section on our Community Board, where you can easily upload, describe, reuse, and share inspiring algorithmic designs with the world.
Vectorworks Community Board,
Marionette Resources section
While it might feel like we just launched Vectorworks 2017, we’ve been hard at work preparing for the release of our Vectorworks 2018 product line. As a part of these efforts, we’re pulling back the curtain on one development to come in our next release later this year: Braceworks.
point and distributed load types,
straight and curved members,
Temporary Truss Structures,
Vectorworks CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar,
3D Design Environment,
3D Finite Element Analysis (FEA),
Braceworks Temporary Structure Analysis Add-On,
Engineering codes and standards,
managing director of DeerSoft GmbH,
Prolight + Sound 2017,
temporary structures performance analysis,
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,
While many of us were gearing up for the New Year, Germany and Austria experienced a tour like no other – if design is your thing, that is. Our Vectorworks distributor, ComputerWorks GmbH, tackled 20 cities with its "Inside Vectorworks 2016" tour, attracting nearly 1,500 attendees and seizing every chance to share our latest software release through group demos, one-on-one sessions, and workshops that touched upon everything from collaborative workflows and 3D planning in landscape architecture to Spotlight training by one of the program's biggest worldwide users PRG, as well as interesting case studies, and quick tips for architectural design success.
Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senft,
Richard Diehl Award,
University of Sciences Detmold,
Inside Vectorworks 2016,
University of Kassel,
Vectorworks Design Scholarship,
Di Iorio & Boermann Architekten,
MUSEUM FÜR GESTALTUNG ZÜRICH,
Swiss Architectural Awards,
The Best of 2013,
Adrian Streich Architekten,
Esch Sintzel Architekten,
Loeliger Strub Architektur,
The Good Building Awards
Good Building Awards,
idA buehrer wuest architekten ag,
Stump & Schibli Architekten,
Architekturforum Zürich Oberland,
Blatter + Müller Architects,
Blatter + Müller Architekten,
Morger Dettli + Architekten AG,
Wild Bär Heule Architekten AG,
Zürcher Oberland Construction Prize
Nemetschek Vectorworks' BIM Camp events took the U.S. by storm beginning in 2012, providing attendees with the knowledge to effectively transition to a Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow. Since then, BIM Camps have traveled to Japan, Switzerland, and the Benelux region.
Building Information Modeling,
On May 22, architects in Switzerland will have the opportunity to attend BIM im Klartext at the Architekturforum Zürich. "BIM im Klartext" simply means "BIM in plain language," and attendees of this event will learn what BIM (Building Information Modeling) is, what the benefits of BIM are, and how BIM is used in Switzerland and other European countries.
Andrés G. Damjanov,
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northweste,
Bern University of Applied Sciences,
BIM im klarTEXT,
Dipl. Arch ETH,
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Odilo Schoch,
Prof. Fritz Häubi
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,
Architecture students attending the 2010 summer session at Bern University of Applied Sciences were given a historic assignment: to design a 3D reconstruction of St. Catherine's Church of Nuremberg, Germany. St. Catherine's church was burned in 1945 and was never reconstructed. It is currently a popular venue for outdoor events in the summer months.
Bern University of Applied Sciences,
St. Catherine's Church