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.
2020 Energy Strategy,
Church Production Magazine,
Denise Scott Brown,
The Nemetschek Group,
Vectorworks Architect 2016,
Vectorworks Design Scholarship,
Vectorworks Design Summit,
We’ve told you all about the new features in Vectorworks 2016 over the last few months, but as the proud creators of this new line of design software, we may be a little biased. That’s why we wanted to share an unbiased review by John Helm, architect and co-founder of Helm & Melacini Architects, who used his 30+ years of experience in the industry to test the value of Vectorworks 2016’s new features and updates.
Helm & Melacini Architects,
Ilianna H. Kwaske, Ph.D., Managing Principal, Office Ron Kwaske, Architect
Curtain Wall tool,
Ilianna H. Kwaske,
Office Ron Kwaske Architect,
By Christina Speiden, Director at ProBuilt Construction, Inc.
third party partner
Since we launched the English version of Vectorworks 2015 in September, we’ve shared a lot of information about the new features and tools that will help you transform the world. Designers around the globe are sharing their excitement for the new release, too!
The Small Group,
Macworld UK just published a product review of Vectorworks 2009. In it, we received five out of five stars and have been selected as an "Editors' Choice" software product. Not bad! Not bad at all. From the article,