BIM Design

Date: April 20, 2024

Time: 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Venue: Zoom

Fee: First 50 Registration Free

Faculty: Ar. SM. Ezra Mano


ArchiCAD is a Building Information Modelling (BIM) software developed by Graphisoft, widely used by architects, designers, engineers, and construction professionals for designing, modelling, and documenting building projects. Here’s an overview of the content typically associated with ArchiCAD software

3D Modeling: Archicad allows users to create detailed 3D models of buildings and structures. Users can generate virtual representations of architectural elements such as walls, floors, roofs, doors, windows, and stairs

Building Information Modeling (BIM): Archicad is a BIM software, meaning it enables users to create intelligent, data-rich models that contain information about building components and their relationships. This information can include material properties, construction details, and spatial relationships

Design Tools: Archicad provides a comprehensive set of design tools for conceptualizing and refining building designs. These tools include drawing and drafting tools, parametric objects, and design templates.

Collaboration: Archicad facilitates collaboration among project team members by allowing multiple users to work on the same model simultaneously. It also supports the exchange of BIM data with other software platforms through standard file formats such as IFC (Industry Foundation Classes)

Documentation: Archicad enables users to generate construction documentation directly from the BIM model. This includes plans, sections, elevations, schedules, and other drawings necessary for the construction process.

Visualization: Archicad offers visualization tools for creating high-quality renderings and presentations of architectural designs. Users can apply materials, textures, lighting, and camera effects to enhance the visual representation of their projects.

Analysis: Archicad includes analysis tools for evaluating various aspects of building performance, such as energy efficiency, structural integrity, and daylighting. These tools help architects and engineers make informed design decisions.

Add-Ons and Extensions: Archicad supports the integration of third-party add-ons and extensions, allowing users to extend the software’s functionality and customize their workflow. These add-ons may include additional design tools, productivity enhancements, or industry-specific solutions.

Overall, Archicad offers a comprehensive suite of tools and features for architectural design, modeling, documentation, and collaboration, making it a popular choice for professionals in the architecture and construction industry.

Take away from WORKSHOP Using KEYPOINTS

Understanding of BIM Principles: Gain a solid understanding of the principles and benefits of Building Information Modeling (BIM), including its role in improving collaboration, efficiency, and accuracy in the design and construction process.

Proficiency in ARCHICAD Interface: Become familiar with the ARCHICAD user interface, including tools, menus, and panels, enabling efficient navigation and utilization of the software’s features.

Building Element Creation: Master the creation and manipulation of building elements such as walls, slabs, roofs, doors, windows, and structural components using ARCHICAD’s modeling tools.

Visualization and Presentation: Explore techniques for creating 2D and 3D views, generating layout sheets, adding annotations, dimensions, and other graphical elements to produce professional-quality documentation and presentations.

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