We would like to inform Solibri Solution Center users that there will be a maintenance break on Saturday (14th of April 2018). The maintenance will start at 3:00 pm SGT. The service will be up again at 11:45 pm SGT.


GRAPHISOFT is proud to announce that The Architectural Review and The Architects' Journal have named Sandra Barclay 2018's "Architect of the Year" for her work on Peru's Museo de Sitio de Paracas, designed by ARCHICAD client Barclay & Crousse. The museum was built on the ruins of its predecessor, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 2007. The judges lauded the building's simplicity and strength in a challenging context. "The architects responded to the lack of context with a design that is both robust and simple, yet powerful, and even its man-made imperfection adds value to the building."


HELSINKI, February 22, 2018 – ARCHICAD users can now fully benefit from the latest update of Solibri's unique software extension that provides a link between ArchiCAD and Solibri Model Checker (SMC).

"With this link, our joint customers will benefit from a best-in-class design quality assurance workflow, allowing them to detect design errors well in advance, correcting those before generating costly errors on construction sites," said Péter Temesvári, Director of Product Management, GRAPHISOFT


GRAPHISOFT’s award-winning BIMx elegantly supports the extended, full screen iPhone X, without cropping the screen’s contents. Hyper-models fill every pixel of the screen, ensuring a stunning presentation experience. In addition, all BIMx controls have been adjusted to support Apple’s newly-introduced gestures. Together, BIMx and iPhone X offer the ultimate design presentation experience on a handheld device.


BUDAPEST, December 14, 2017 – GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software developer for architects and designers, today announced a significant update to the Grasshopper-ARCHICAD Live Connection..


BUDAPEST, December 12, 2017 – GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software developer for architects and designers, today announced a new connection between ARCHICAD 21 and Bluebeam Revu, significantly improving collaboration among architects, engineers and other project stakeholders.


BUDAPEST, November 20, 2017 – GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software developer for architects, has announced that ARCHICAD 21 has won the prestigious BIM Product of the Year award at the twelfth annual Construction Computing Magazine Awards in the United Kingdom. This is the seventh year in a row that ARCHICAD has been honored with the top BIM product award..


"Over the course of three decades, Andrew Patterson has forged a reputation as a confident designer of striking buildings with great presence. His practice's portfolio is replete with distinctive projects. Patterson buildings do not just assert their difference against the designs of the architect's peers; they are also highly differentiated from each other." ARCHICAD users will know him best as the visionary behind the ARCHICAD 20 signature building, the Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth, New Zealand. Congratulations to Andrew Patterson, for winning the New Zealand Institute of Architects Gold Medal!


GRAPHISOFT has unveiled a new option to share ARCHICAD content by uploading a previously exported BIMx Hyper-model file to storage space on the BIMx Model Transfer service. Upload a file by choosing it in the file open dialog or just drag & drop it to the target folder. Users can review their new Hyper-model before sharing it, offering a flexible way to disseminate BIMx models at a later date. Also, the name of the person who uploaded or last updated a Hyper-model will also be displayed on the Hyper-model's download page, making it easier to track the Hyper-model changes in the storage space.


"While the typical approach is to treat BIM software as simply the latest means for documenting design, Japanese architecture firm Nikken Sekkei is channeling the latest capabilities of ARCHICAD — the dominant BIM software in Japan, as well as Central and Eastern Europe — to develop an entirely new design process." Learn how Nikken Sekkei uses a data-driven, tech-oriented approach to not only enhance the quality of their designs, but also to apply design thinking to architectural practice.