Greg Angevine spent the last several years surveying some of the largest and most intricately detailed cities across the globe. As founder of Cube Cities, Greg (with the help of his team) has endeavoured to produce highly useful, floor-level visualizations for the geospatial industry.
LayOut 2017 is available, and you know what that means! That’s right! Massive improvements to DWG and DXF output. This release includes several enhancements that will help SketchUp and LayOut fit into your CAD workflow like never before.
As architects aim to create buildings that are carbon neutral, energy efficient, and even net-positive energy, they are analyzing the performance quality of their designs as early and as often as possible. This method is called performance-based design, and it requires assessing building performance throughout the design process, rather than just at the end of a project for compliance purposes.
Tom Kaneko is an architectural designer and SketchUp ninja specializing in bespoke residential retrofits and extensions in the United Kingdom. In this conversation, we delve into his workflow and how he uses SketchUp to deliver value to his clients within the constraints of a tight budget.
Leers Weinzapfel Associates is a Boston-based, award-winning practice specializing in architecture, urban design and infrastructure projects. They’ve recently worked on a tri-faculty building with an innovative timber structure for the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. We caught up with Tom Chung, Principal, to learn more about how they went about designing a building for designers, and how effective collaboration helped the project team arrive at a compelling and sustainable design.
Back in college, I participated in a design/build project as part of my architecture degree. It was only one semester, but those months working outside on real projects were really valuable. There’s something special about being involved in the manifestation of ideas that you worked on via pencil and paper or pixels on a computer screen.