Architecture often represents a city and its people. That’s what the designers at Studio Libeskind and Artchitecture had in mind when they created the new icon of Warsaw, Złota 44. Their strategically designed building, and the tallest residential tower in its class in the European Union, has transformed the city.
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BIM and virtual reality were the center of attention recently at Swissbau, Switzerland’s biggest building tradeshow. This year’s event included lectures, exhibits, and an Innovation Lab focused on new opportunities through digital transformation, with demonstrations related to the future of design. Our distributor ComputerWorks played an integral role in this interactive and educational show.
Itten + Brechbühl AG,
Federal Councillor Ueli Maurer,
Swiss TV station
We can’t wait to see you at the fourth annual Vectorworks Design Summit in sunny Arizona! Join us from November 4-6, 2018 — we have opportunities for you to not only learn, but also share inspiration at this year’s Summit.
2018 Vectorworks Design Summit,
Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass,
Design Summit Trainers,
Design Summit Speakers
The Oder, a river that runs through Opole, Poland, is a significant part of the city, and a segment that residents wish to incorporate more deeply into the surrounding architecture. The quick development of modern design technology, such as Vectorworks software, has helped this vision stay afloat during a recent Polish architectural contest, “BARGEWORK Opole,” in which the participants faced the challenge of designing the first Polish on-water office building.
Opole University of Technology,
Vectorworks Academic Program
If you haven’t picked up a copy of Live Design’s July issue yet, you can find the digital edition online. We love reading about how Vectorworks software benefits our users, and we were thrilled to see the article by Lighting Designer and Vectorworks user Allan Nathan, in which he discusses some of his favorite tools in Vectorworks 2017.
Live Design Digital Edition,
Live Design July Issue
Looking to optimize your workflow with clients through the use of Vectorworks software? Then take two minutes out of your busy, design-filled schedule to learn about the view transition animation Vectorworks preference. This feature allows you to smoothly animate the transition from one view to another, resulting in a constant understanding of your designs so you can more effectively refine your models and present design views and options to your clients.
View Transition Animation,
July Tech Roundup,
View Transition Animation Speed
With the 2017 Vectorworks Design Summit right around the corner, we are on the edge of our seats with a big announcement. Vectorworks CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar and Brad Cloepfil, AIA, NCARB, founding principal of Allied Works Architecture will do us the honors of being our keynote speakers for the event.
Allied Work Architecture,
Baltimore Marriot Waterfront Hotel,
New York Museum of Arts and Design,
CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar,
Clyfford Still Museum,
National Music Centre of Canada,
National Veterans Memorial & Museum,
Vectorworks Design Summit,
Spring has sprung! In honor of Earth Day, we’re inviting local businesses in Howard County, Maryland to positively impact the environment by joining us for a 20-minute spring cleaning of our community on Thursday, April 20.
An important step in convincing your client to bring a project to life is showing them exactly how the design will look in the real world, which is why the integrated Renderworks feature set in Vectorworks 2017 software is vital to the success of your future projects. And since we’re dedicated to your success, we’re bringing you the Remarkable Renderworks tutorial series highlighting the best practices of rendering expert Daniel Jansenson of daniel jansenson architect.
daniel janesenson architect,
Marinella Vronti, a recent interior design graduate from the UK, has always known that she wanted a career in the creative industry. “During school, I was always attracted to subjects like art,” Vronti says. “I always knew that I would never be the student to pursue politics or a career in business. I wanted to be able to create things.”
De Montfort University,