I think when clients or suppliers walk into our studio at Ann-Marie Powell Gardens, they’re surprised to see so many screens. I can understand why people don’t consider garden design to be an IT-focused profession, but there is no denying that my colleagues and myself are working in Vectorworks most of the time. It’s always open on our Macs. In fact, to ensure accuracy we keep all our schedules, plans, and drawings in Vectorworks files for as long as we can and only export them when the time comes to share information.
Topics: Ann-Marie Powell Gardens, vectorworks 2019, Site Modeling, plant tool, Vectorworks UK, Tamsin Slatter, Clip Cube, 2D components for hybrid objects, Vectorworks, Adrian Slatter, Katarina Ollikainen
On October 2, over 200 Vectorworks customers, prospects, and partners gathered for Vectorworks Design Day at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London. This event served as the one year anniversary celebration of the Vectorworks UK office opening.
Topics: Vectorworks Design Day, Vectorworks UK, CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar, Adrian Slatter, Tamsin Slatter, Steve Johnson, Ruby Siddiqui, Jeremy Powell, Cavendish Conference Centre, Ricardo Ares, Ares Landscape Architects, Ben Lam, Assael Architecture, Gabriel Zitman, Starbucks Coffee Company UK LTD, Solibri, BIM Level 2, vectorworks 2019
If you need an excuse to visit London, our UK office is holding its Vectorworks Annual Design day on October 2 at the Cavendish Conference Centre.
Landscape design professionals, there are a variety of sessions planned just for you to attend and participate in at this year’s Vectorworks Design Summit. Take a look at some of the landscape-specific programming we have scheduled, and get ready to be inspired!
Topics: Edamarie Mattei, Backyard Bounty, Danilo Maffei, maffei landscape design, Martyn Horne, Vectorworks UK, Stephen Schrader, Holcombe Norton Partners, LODS, Heliodon tool, Bryan Goff, Eric Berg, Grey Leaf Design, Pacific Coast Land Design
The nominees are in, and we are thrilled to have been nominated in nine different categories in this year’s Construction Computing Awards. Known as “The Hammers,” the Construction Computing Awards showcase and reward the technology, tools, and solutions for the effective design, construction, maintenance, and modification of commercial buildings, residential and social housing, and civil engineering projects of all sizes.
Topics: Construction Computing Awards, Construction Computing magazine, The Hammers, Editor's Choice award, David Chadwick, Adrian Slatter, Vectorworks UK, AEC Industry, BIM Product, Collaboration, Architectural Design Software, Vectorworks 2018, Vectorworks Architect, Web View Virtual Reality, Vectorworks Cloud Services, Cloud Based Technology, Vectorworks Nomad, CAD User, Radisson Blu Edwardian