If you are working using any ARCHICAD version between 12 and 18 and you’d like to see what you’ve been missing along the way, then this webinar is for you! Not only will we review some of the new features of ARCHICAD 19, but also some key features from back versions as well, including:
- Cinema 4D
- PDF Explosion
- MORPH Tool
- Renovation Features
- Material Priorities
- 3D Documents
We invite you to spend an hour with us to learn:
- The basics to adopting a streamlined BIM workflow.
- The difference between rendering engines and best practices for using them.
- How your fellow ARCHICAD users in the Los Angeles area (and across the country) are making the most of their BIM investment.
About our Presenter:
– Kyla Kuhnlein | AIA | LEED AP BD+C, GRAPHISOFT BIM Consultant
Kyla is an architect with over ten years of experience using ARCHICAD to design, develop and manage projects of various sizes and types. Kyla’s experience includes new, replacement and renovated educational facilities as well as hospitality and residential projects. Since graduating from the University of Colorado at Denver with a Master’s degree in Architecture, she has worked in several well-known architecture and design studios and has provided consulting services to firms internationally around implementing BIM standards.
Kyla’s technical expertise is matched by her sensitivity to form, scale and detail. She has served on numerous design juries and has a track record of award-winning projects. Her teaching experience includes courses in CAD technology and architectural history. Kyla’s determination and desire to streamline and enhance the design process, and her quest for efficiency is integral to her BIM Consultant role at GRAPHISOFT. She oversees the learning and training of new employees, researches new tools, and attends industry events and conventions to keep up-to-date on the latest trends, tools and programs. Kyla has used her knowledge to develop an integrated BIM workflow based on expert understanding of the fundamentals required to create comprehensive documents and BIM models.