ArchiMAG 4/2012 issue out now!

Latest ArchiMAG issue has been uploaded to AppStore and it can be downloaded from ArchiMAG app.

New issue features reviews of new Soliri Model Checker and Cinema 4D release. Also, issue features an article about ArchiCAD signature project – Vennesla Library designed by Norwegian Helen & Hard . Furthermore, case studies from Sweden, UK, Norway and Finland.

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3 Responses to “ArchiMAG 4/2012 issue out now!”
  1. Rosana says:

    Maciej,I’m not quite sure I follow what you’re sainyg. That the interface with Tekla Structures is easier than with Revit Structures? As I mentioned in the comment above to David, the link does better explain the illustration. And coincidentally, I heard a Graphisoft BIM Implementation guy explain that diagram as part of a lecture he was giving at EcoBuild in Washington, DC this week. After hearing him talk, it does actually become pretty clear. Could I explain it myself now, probably not clearly enough to share!

    • Takiya says:

      Maciej,I’m not quite sure I follow what you’re siayng. That the interface with Tekla Structures is easier than with Revit Structures? As I mentioned in the comment above to David, the link does better explain the illustration. And coincidentally, I heard a Graphisoft BIM Implementation guy explain that diagram as part of a lecture he was giving at EcoBuild in Washington, DC this week. After hearing him talk, it does actually become pretty clear. Could I explain it myself now, probably not clearly enough to share!

  2. Nien says:

    In 2011, I believe 4 out of 12 homes were denseigd in ArchiCAD.a0 Again not bad. In 2010 it was only 3 out of 13. Not as good. But hey, that’s progress, right? Also, I’m not sure that any of the other homes this year (or in previous years) were denseigd in any other BIM software. Which is unfortunate. Because residential designers really need to get with the picture and join the world of BIM.