As one of the longest-running building information modeling (BIM) platforms on the market, ARCHICAD has carved out its place in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. Now, however, it’s looking to carve out a new niche in today’s smartphone-centric world with ARCHICAD 20’s sleek design.
With its new release, GRAPHISOFT’s flagship software is sporting a newer look—and one of its headlining features is a new user interface designed to appeal to the younger generation.
Here’s a look at how it works:
So what are some of the new features that users can expect to see in ARCHICAD 20?
Show and Tell: Features for Collaboration
ARCHICAD 20 has all kinds of new goodies for collaborative workflows.
Users will be able to store all relevant project information within a BIM model, including data that wasn’t created in CAD or BIM tools—which is good news for those Excel spreadsheets. The software will also be able to import and export Excel…