Physical architectural models can be notoriously tricky and time-consuming to build. Constraints, both in time and budget, are starting to make these models unfeasible.
Arckit is a set of reusable components used to convey design intent. (Image courtesy of Arckit.)
Arckit is a set of reusable building blocks designed to make it easy for architecture professionals to put together a model to convey design intent.
When I had the opportunity to take a hands-on look at Arckit, I noted that it could be translated to CAD designs using a component library on SketchUp and that soon it would be available for building information modeling (BIM) as well.
Recently, Arckit announced that the day had come. Along with a new integration with Revit, the building block system has a slew of new components and an education program to add to its roster.
Let’s have a look at what’s new for Arckit.
When Arckit went through its test run, there were four different sets…