In the previous three articles on ARCHICAD Tools we covered the basic concepts of how to pick the ideal Tool to model various elements in ARCHICAD. If you are just joining us, here are links to those posts:
I now want to return to a quote from the previous post.
“If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail”. -Abraham Maslow
In the last post, we applied this analogy of the hammer and nail to Tool selection. But it really goes a lot deeper than that. It is about the elegance and finesse of the virtual model. You can just hammer every model element into place and call it good enough. You can look for the most flexible, parametric and useful solution. Or you can look for the solution that best meets your current and future needs. Too often time…