What's New In Maxwell 5.2 : The Big Little Update!

What's New In Maxwell 5.2 : The Big Little Update!

by Barbara D'Aloisio March 10, 2021 2 min read

We are happy to announce a Maxwell update that comes with new compatibility, many fixes, and improvements.
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Discover The Best New Features Of Enscape 3.0

Discover The Best New Features Of Enscape 3.0

by Barbara D'Aloisio March 04, 2021 2 min read

Renowned for being a visualization tool that can be used without prior specialized knowledge, the latest version of Enscape comes with a brand-new look and feel that will help you design and visualize more intuitively.
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Welcome To The Biggest Design Software Sale Of The Year

Welcome To The Biggest Design Software Sale Of The Year

by Barbara D'Aloisio November 27, 2020 1 min read

The biggest sale of the year is finally here.
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Top ArchiCAD Alternatives You Might Not Have Thought Of

by Barbara D'Aloisio October 23, 2020 1 min read

There are some good alternatives to ArchiCAD that interior designers, urban planners, architects, and designers, in general, might want to explore.   
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The Edge: Dan Brunn, the Contemporary Modernist.

by Barbara D'Aloisio January 07, 2016 4 min read

The Modernist principle of “less is more” has resonated in Architect Dan Brunn since childhood. He has adapted this concept in his Design, but with a contemporary twist.
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Twinterview with archiCADmonkey Apollo Spiliotis!

by novedge May 08, 2014 1 min read

Here's how our interview with the architect behind a favorite CAD blog played out. Questions and answers in less than 140 characters.
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The Edge: Jürgen Mayer H., Berlin’s Starchitect

by novedge March 18, 2014 5 min read

Jürgen Mayer H, founder of J. Mayer H., talks about his approach to architecture and his latest work. J. Mayer H. is the award winning firm behind iconic buildings such as the Metropol Parasol in Seville, Spain.
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The Edge: FOG Studio’s Friendly Modernism

by novedge December 03, 2013 7 min read

After years of working at a large architecture firm, Tiffany Redding and Brandon Marshall quit their day jobs to found FOG Studio, a company based on community and family.
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The Edge: Lane Williams, Founder of Coop 15 Architecture

by novedge November 19, 2013 4 min read

Lane Williams, founder of Coop 15 and winner of 20 awards for home design, talks about his beginnings as an architect, his work, and why architects should learn how to draw.
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The Edge: Ross Chapin’s Pocket Neighborhoods

by novedge September 27, 2013 6 min read

An interview with Ross Chapin, who focuses on custom homes and pocket neighborhoods around the Pacific Northwest and across North America. His firm designs buildings and outdoor spaces, with attention on how they support personal and family life, and foster a sense of community.
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The Edge: Apollo Spiliotis and archiCADmonkey

by novedge September 20, 2013 6 min read

My interview with Apollo Spiliotis, an architect, BIM specialist, information-sharing addict, and technology enthusiast based in New York City. He is also the creator of archiCADmonkey, a blog where he shares exciting news, tutorials and interviews of luminaries from the design & tech world.
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The Edge: Evan Troxel’s Show and Tell.

by novedge July 31, 2013 12 min read

Novedge: Tell us a bit about who you are and what you do Evan Troxel: My twitter bio is constantly changing, but I like how we are limited to 160 characters to keep our story concise. I feel compelled to do that here too as we all know that as busy professionals there isn’t a […]
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The Edge: Lukas Filip’s Fairy Tale Houses

by novedge March 29, 2013 4 min read

Today we talk to Lukas Filip, a member of our online community, Rhino Jungle. The dreamy quality of his renderings caught my eye and I asked him to share a bit more about what he does. Novedge: Tell us a bit about who you are and what you do Lukas Filip: First of all, I’d […]
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