ArchiCAD 16 In the Press
Open BIM: The Next Chapter – New IFC Developments in ArchiCAD 16
The Open BIM movement – initiated by Graphisoft, Tekla and buildingSMART – is making inroads around the world. As part of this movement, GRAPHISOFT has again developed outstanding new technologies for its users who cooperate with other disciplines. This article summarizes ArchiCAD 16's most important new features that support IFC-based model sharing.
In-Depth: Graphisoft talks to Architosh about ArchiCAD 16
In this In-Depth feature Akos Pfemeter, Director of Global Marketing at Graphisoft, talks to Architosh about Graphisoft's latest BIM program, ArchiCAD 16 and the company's other new technology and directions
ArchiCAD 16 offers critical new capabilities
"The Morph tool also enables users to create custom-shaped structures of any kind in ArchiCAD. In addition to this new tool, ArchiCAD users now have easier access to a wide variety of BIM objects from various sources, expanded built-in energy analysis capabilities, and improved interoperability with other applications."
ArchiCAD 16 Receives Best Desktop Software Award at AIA 2012
The 2012 architosh "BEST of SHOW" AIA National award in the desktop category was given to Graphisoft's latest ArchiCAD 16.
Technology Product Highlights from AIA 2012 Expo: Part 1
"ArchiCAD continues to build upon the theme of "design freedom" which was the focus of the last release, ArchiCAD 15, and improved ArchiCAD's ability to model freeform buildings while still retaining the BIM nature of the model."
BIM Energy Analysis with ArchiCAD 16
by Mariana Pickering, Emu Architects
"Regarding the accuracy of the energy analysis, perhaps the most important improvement with version 16 is the ability to import data from professional climate analysis software, such as Meteonorm (in TMY3 format)."
ArchiCAD 16 Displays Powerful Updates
by Luke Abaffy, Engineering News-Record
"One feature, the trademarked MORPH tool, allows users to transform simple forms into complex, customized objects. The tool is 100% integrated in the BIM environment."