The Aga Khan Award for Architecture is one of the biggest awards in architecture. It is given in three-year cycles since it has been established in 1977. This cycle of award is 2020-2022, and the winning projects will receive a share of the US$ 1 million prize.
As an architect, you undoubtedly devote a significant amount of your time to Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign ✍ Whether it’s drawing or editing, post-production or presentation, these programs provide a flexible working environment for creativity. However, what if you want to be not only creative but also efficient? When it comes to efficiency, keyboard shortcuts are the answer. They will save you from a lot of clicks and drop-down menus. Here, I gathered some useful shortcuts that you will be using often.
Many events have been affected by the pandemic within the past two years. Some of the events were rescheduled, and others were held online. In 2022, it seems like we will see the restrictions slowly fading away. Let’s see what is coming up for architecture this year all around the world.
It is that time of the year again, Valentine’s Day! You are thinking about how to express your love and appreciation for the people you care about. If those people happen to be architects, I got you 🎁 Here is a list of gift ideas for the architects in your life!
Last time we talked about the evolution of BIM while particularly focusing on Revit. However, it is not possible to talk about BIM without mentioning ArchiCAD. We barely acknowledged it last time, so this time let’s properly dive into ArchiCAD.
How has the pioneering BIM software evolved? How is it tackling the new developments of today? And finally which software is better if you want to adopt BIM? ArchiCAD or Revit?
BIM and Revit are the terms we keep hearing more and more these days . Even though they become a part of our common vocabulary it gets confusing when it comes to draw a clear line between them. Why do you keep hearing about BIM, every time Revit is mentioned? When you know how to use Revit, does it mean you are fully adopting BIM? Lets dive into it.