Dimension Line Merge Enhancements in ARCHICAD

This video presents how to merge Linear Dimensions dimensioning Arc Lengths. In previous versions of ARCHICAD it was possible to merge Linear Dimension Lines using either CONTROL or COMMAND–click… or a Pet Palette command. In ARCHICAD 19 it is now possible to merge Linear Dimensions dimensioning Arc Lengths as well. The command works on Dimension […]

Open Collaboration in ARCHICAD – Merge ArchiCAD project into existing IFC files

It is now possible to merge ArchiCAD Project data into an existing IFC file without affecting the already existing Engineering IFC data. This feature can be useful coordinating workflows where the IFC file contains full reference projects. If we take a simple ArchiCAD file of four Walls and save it as an IFC file, this […]

ARCHICAD’s Intelligent connections – Merging the trimming bodies of roofs and shells

By default every Roof and Shell has its own Trimming Body. When any connection is made between any two Roof or Shell, no matter what part remains, their trimming bodies are merged and will act as one unified trimming body in all subsequent operation. The Trimming Body is now displayed as one unit instead of […]

Simple architect practice- COMBINE THE SHAPES

Hello. I am very glad that you find me This short video will reveal to you that there is infinite amount of combinations of shapes One simple practice will obligate you to start to think not just copy of a particular for building. When we get an object, which looks unusual we just combine our […]

How to Merge Scenes: Lumion 9 – 3D Render Tutorial

Welcome to Lumion 9, Tutorial 12, about working with multiple parties on one project and merging their scenes into one. In many projects, there is more than just one person involved in the design. For example, one architect focuses on the house and a landscape designer works on the garden. In the end, the result […]

Metal that breathes | Doris Kim Sung

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast I was one of those kids that, every time I got in the car, I basically had to roll down the window. It was usually too hot, too stuffy or just too smelly, and my father would not let us use the air conditioner. He said that it would […]

I is for Ironwork

§ (male speaker) I is for ironwork. There’s probably no other American city that has the concentration of historic, forged, architectural ironwork that Charleston, South Carolina, does. § In modern times, probably the best known smith working in Charleston was Mr. Philip Simmons. He began his career as a general blacksmith. (Simmons) I became an […]

David Adjaye: “Place, Identity, and Transformation” | Talks at Google

[MUSIC PLAYING] SHIH HUA LIONG: Welcome, everyone. Thanks for coming. And welcome, David, to Talks at Google. DAVID ADJAYE: Thank you. SHIH HUA LIONG: Just a quick intro. David is one of the leading architects of his generation. I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about him in the news of late. One of the most […]