Design Workflow

What’s New in Vectorworks 2017
Posted on
What’s New in Vectorworks 2017

Many of the latest features in the BIM software platform, developed by its... More

Test the Latest Wearable Technology on the Jobsite
Posted on
Test the Latest Wearable Technology on the Jobsite

Designers and contractors who sign up for Bridgit’s Groundbreaker program will... More

The Morpholio Project Launches Board, an Online Collaging Tool for Designers
Posted on
The Morpholio Project Launches Board, an Online Collaging Tool for Designers

The New York–based design team’s latest app lets architects and interior designers... More

For the Latest in AEC Software, Check the Cloud
Posted on
For the Latest in AEC Software, Check the Cloud

Autodesk and Bentley Systems recently introduced several products and services... More

Posted on
Architects’ Beloved Yellow Trace Becomes a Mobile App Architects’ Beloved Yellow Trace Becomes a Mobile App

The Morpholio Project wants to reintroduce designers to the art of sketching, filtering, and forgetting with a free app that emulates the traditional drawing medium. More

Posted on
using mass media and technology to promote good design

Rethinking how to communicate with clients. More

Posted on
house proud

Designing a personal dwelling gives architects the rare opportunity to explore their ideas of what a house should be, to experiment with materials, and to test their vision in everyday life. More

Posted on
BIM Tips for Firms

Model-based design is the biggest change to hit the building industry since CAD, and it means adapting not only to a new technology but also a new way of thinking and working. John Schippers teaches a class on building information modeling (BIM) and provided these tips. More

Posted on
Considering Context: The New House

The panelists for this session discussed how they incorporate the context of landscape, climate, clients, culture, and history when designing a new house. More

Posted on
the question of style

Matching up aesthetic ideals between client and architect has never been easier, thanks to Google. By checking out a firm's Web site, clients can tell at a glance whether they're on the same wavelength-and if not, no harm done. Homeowners have their pick of architects who are well-versed in their vision of paradise, whether it's an ivy-covered cottage or a vernacular post-and-beam house. However, even in the most compatible of professional relationships, differences of opinion crop up in the myriad decisions that go into designing a home. More

RSS
Close X