As the year comes to a close, we’re looking back on our top stories of 2019. From GDTF to IFC4 to landscape BIM, here’s a roundup of your favorite Planet Vectorworks blog posts.
Topics: Architecture, AV Industry, buildingSMART International, Eric Gilbey, Landscape Design, rendering, Southampton Solent University, Vectorworks Architect, Vectorworks Spotlight, Big BIM, BIM, connectCAD, entertainment design, interior design, Landscape Architecture, McGregor Coxall, Vectorworks Landmark, GDTF, Lumion LiveSync, Michael Brightman, Prolight + Sound, Brightman Designs, BIM for Landscape, IFC4, Skakki Studio, Lydia Southwell
When you start the project, you open a blank Vectorworks page, import a building model, intent on creating a stunning interior. You have eyes on first prize, which comes with prize money your classmates desire, too. The deadline approaches and your course grade depends on your creativity. You take a deep breath.
We are proud to have been involved in the latest Society of British Interior Designers (SBID) student competition and to be actively involved in their events. It is a privilege to participate in the various activities and competitions SBID holds for interior designers.
Each event held by the SBID helps to find the finest young designers and bridge the gap between students and their careers. By partnering with SBID, we are able to offer a wide array of opportunities for the interior designers of the future.
Topics: Southampton Solent University, Tamsin Slatter, interior design, Interior Design Student, Birmingham City University, Get Me 2 the Top, Tacan Ibrahimoglu, Rachel Adams, University of Central Lancashire, Joe Deakin, Society of British Interior Designers, SBID, eSociety Magazine, UK Director of Customer Success
We’re nearly a month into 2016, which means your commitment to your New Year’s resolution might be wavering. So to help get you back on track, check out what some of our Instagram followers have resolved to tackle this year. We hope this is just the creative spark you need!
“I want to improve my graphics quality of my building schedules and, of course, try to create more photorealistic visualizations.”-@jepta_90, architecture student at Erfurt University of Applied Sciences
Topics: Architecture, Erfurt University of Applied Sciences, Luca School of Arts, Southampton Solent University, Architecture student, Budapesti Metropolitan Főiskola, inspiration, Interior Design Student