Learn the fundamentals of SketchUp by following along with this video series. Each video is a mini-project that will introduce new tools and essential techniques to the SketchUp work flow. This is Part 1, and will introduce you to the navigation tools so you can orbit, pan and zoom around your model, then create a simple house with a few drawing and modification tools.
What's worse than getting 15 minutes into detailing your model and realizing the main portion of your model...
We’re going to use SketchUp and some extensions to find out how sunlight falls on (and in) your courtyard and how to optimize the design of your courtyard for optimal daylight.
What do SketchUp and sustainable development have in common? Let’s begin with an understanding of the word sustainability.
In this video, we're going to walk you through how you can separate out your daylight and energy analysis to get quicker results in Sefaira for SketchUp.
Your toolkit of essential shortcuts and must-have extensions to get you on your way.
Architecture 2030 issued a challenge to fight against climate change. Nathan Kipnis helps us demystify the finer points of architecture and planning by 2030.
In this video, we are going to talk about how you can identify whether your walls, doors, floors, windows or roofs have been tagged properly for Sefaira within SketchUp.
The third design brief in our series on High-Performance Design: learn how analysis revealed strategies for our case study design.
Leers Weinzapfel Associates explains what they use SketchUp for and how SketchUp helped streamline and speed up their design process.
It's time to learn some more about Sefaira. In this video, we're going to talk about how you can assign different space types using SketchUp and Sefaira.
Making the right architectural decisions with a high-performing finished design is tough. Learn more about the balancing act of facade design and glazing ratios.
See how the SketchUp office uses Sefaira to up their building energy and daylight analysis tool's game.
Using Sefaira, read about how Net Zero Energy goals were met while also delivering great daylighting to this single family residence.
With the use of sDA and ASE as dynamic daylighting metrics, architects can make better design decisions. Use this SketchUp resource to learn more.
Ever wondered how to go about optimising your building envelope? We’ve set out 5 steps every architect can follow to achieve a high-performance facade.
We're excited to announce we've enhanced SketchUp & LayOut for 2019. We've worked hard to update our top features, so see what's new for our 2019 update.
Sefaira's building analysis software solution enables architects and building engineers to create designs that use less energy for HVAC systems.
For architects, getting your degree simply is the beginning of a difficult journey of achieving a career as an Architect. Here's Adam Osterhoff's experience.
As more architects aim to create energy efficient, carbon neutral, and even net-positive energy buildings, they are analyzing the energy, daylight, and carbon performance of their designs as early and
One of the things that customers love about Sefaira’s daylight application is the speed of analysis. Most models, even quite large ones, can be set up to return results within a minute.
Learn how SketchUp was integrated into the illustration of Mascard Efficient Living, demonstating a greener home for all. Click here for more information!