ArredoCAD, Finally a Specific 3D Solution for Interior Design.

November 16, 2018 3 min read

Novedge: Tell us a little bit about Arredocad and the team behind it.

Marco Andreani: ArredoCAD is a 3D Interior Design software that allows you to create photorealistic  renderings showing any kind of Design and Architectural solution. It has been developed by Dinamica S.r.l., a company founded in 1996 located in one of the most important furniture districts in Italy.

Novedge: Why is Arredocad so unique?

Marco Andreani: ArredoCAD is an easy and fast  3D tool and it contains one of the biggest library of its kind, with 30,000 3D furnishing elements, each editable and modular. These features allow the Designer to reproduce any kind of furnishing element (kitchens, living rooms, bedrooms, wardrobes, bathrooms, offices and shops) and to customize the project in real time according to the client’s needs. 2Novedge: Who are Arredocad target users?

Marco Andreani: ArredoCAD is used by Interior Designers, furniture and floor/wall covering retailers, Architects and professionals specialized in renovating or selling real estates. 3Novedge: Can you list Arredocad main features?

Marco Andreani: 

  • Automatic insertion of worktops, plinths, household appliances, floor/wall covering and tiling that make designing with ArredoCAD very easy;
  • Powerful and fast rendering engine of ArredoCAD, D-RAY, developed by the programmers of Dinamica S.r.l., already optimized to render the materials contained in the library of ArredoCAD; 
  • Virtual Reality with which the 3D scene of your project can be exported in a few second for the visor Oculus Rift;

Library with 30,000 elements, with products of the most prestigious brands of the Made in Italy.

Novedge: What parts of the product are customizable?

Marco Andreani: The 3D elements of ArredoCAD are parametric and can be configured according to your needs. The user can create any kind of customized furniture item putting together single parts (structures, shelves, doors etc.) or using the solid modeler. Textures and coverings can be imported as well. The technical prints of the project are created automatically by ArredoCAD and can be customized inserting your logo. 5Novedge: Can 3D objects be imported as well?

Marco Andreani: Yes, they can. 3D elements can be imported from Sketchup and 3DStudio Max. Moreover, you can import 2D plans from Autocadin DXF or DWG.

Novedge: How easy is it to get started for a first time user?

Marco Andreani: That is very easy. Inside the program there is a rapid guide with 5 videos that support the user during the creation of th first project. A video manual above all the topics of ArredoCAD is available too. This is made up of more or less 100 videos showing all functions of the program.

Novedge: How would you leverage Arredocad as a marketing tool?

Marco Andreani: With ArredoCAD you can make the best use of your Designer skills and competences. ArredoCAD allows you to provide a professional and modern service to your clients. You can show them a photoreal preview of the Design solutions. You can publish your design projects and renderings on your website or share them on your social media, and that is the most effective way to present your business and your work to potential clients. Riserva2bNovedge: To wrap it up, what sets Arredocad apart from the competition?

Marco Andreani: What sets ArredoCAD apart from the competition is the easy and fast use of the program, its huge libraries containing the products of worldwide famous Italian brands and the experience in the field acquired  from 20 years in the Interior Design sector. Riserva2a

If you would like to see ArredoCAD in action, join our live Novedge Webinar on November 28th. If you can't wait to try it out, you can download a free trialand test it right away. To discover more about this amazing tool check out ArredoCAD website  and explore all the features and training available. 

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