We’ve all seen the recent news stories about privacy and the use of personal data. Have you been wondering how the companies you do business with are handling these issues?
Getting to know the designers who use Vectorworks is one of the best parts of what we do. Last week, we had the privilege of hosting Caique Niemeyer of Caique Niemeyer Arquitetura & Design at our headquarters in Columbia, Maryland. Caique Niemeyer is the great-grandson of prominent architect Oscar Niemeyer, a pioneer of modernist architecture known for his designs of the buildings of Brasília, Brazil’s capital city.
If you’re a BIM manager, you understand the importance of office standards and managing resources. We’d like to help make your job easier. Whether you work in a large or small firm, we have a new guide just for you.
Making the move to BIM? We have a new tool to help you assess your organization’s existing processes and procedures to align your BIM goals with your defined BIM uses. It’s call the Strategic Planning Guide for Adopting BIM.
In this video, the team at Itten+Brechbühl AG discusses how successful implementation of a Big BIM process has transformed the way the firm approaches design — and solidified their name as a leading architecture firm in Switzerland.
Our Japanese distributor, A&A Co. Ltd., recently hosted an event to introduce Vectorworks 2018 to designers in Japan. Vectorworks Live was held on December 1 in Tokyo. The event had 360 people in attendance, and an additional 1,500 tuned in to the live stream through Facebook Live and YouTube Live.
Good news! Vectorworks 2017 Service Pack 5 is available and, with this update, the software is now compatible with macOS 10.13 High Sierra.
Want to foster greater collaboration and communication within your project team and, at the same time, streamline your project management?
Vectorworks is growing, and we are delighted to announce the formation of a new Vectorworks office in the UK.
Are you a talented and innovative designer? Are you developing projects that positively impact communities? Are you solving design problems that address academic, civic, or social concerns? If so, you may be eligible for a Vectorworks Academic Research Grant.