ArchiCAd 21

Graphisoft to Launch ArchiCAD 21 in Mumbai, with Dimension Plus

ArchiCAd 21

The team comprising of architects at Graphisoft (Part of Nemetschek group), Hungarian company, started developing BIM (Building Information Modeling) software in 1984. Since then it has made several improvisations to the software focusing on intuitiveness and making the design processes and documentation easy for architects. GRAPHISOFT continues to lead the industry with innovative solutions such as its revolutionary BIMcloud®, the world’s first real-time BIM collaboration environment; and BIMx®, the world’s leading mobile app for lightweight access to BIM for non-professionals.

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With the release of ArchiCAD 21, Graphisoft has given a new dimension and meaning to the BIM. ArchiCAD 21 comes with an intuitive stair tool which makes it easy for architects to create, modify and customize a variety of stair cases cases along with railings. Watch the video below:

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The Launch:

Graphisoft has partnered with DimensionPlus from Ahmedabad for the launch of ArchiCAD 21 in India, which is scheduled to take place on July 07 at Mumbai. Click here for more details and registration. DimensionPlus is official distributor and marketer appointed by Graphisoft for the West region of India.

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