ArchiCAD 20 Solo Upgrade

Upgrade ANY Version of ArchiCAD START Edition to ArchiCAD 20 Solo

Graphisoft recently released ArchiCAD 20 Solo – a new version of ArchiCAD based on the industry-leading BIM technology of ArchiCAD 20 but tailored to the needs of individual practitioners and smaller architectural practices.

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ARCHICAD 20 Solo is based on Graphisoft’s flagship product, ArchiCAD 20, but with a feature set focused on individual practitioners and small firms.

ArchiCAD Solo provides the full power of ArchiCAD’s Virtual Building™ technology, storing all the information about your project in a central database from which the drawings and documentation are quickly and efficiently produced. This intelligent model-based workflow can be used for new construction, renovation and retrofit projects allowing automated, fully coordinated and accurate documentation while reducing errors from design changes.

ARCHICAD Solo is a full 64-bit application on Mac and PC platforms with multi-processor support for optimum performance. Background processing, optimised scaling of multiple-core CPUs, and an improved central graphics unit result in optimised performance and navigation.

To find out more about ArchiCAD 20 and it’s features click here.

Limitations of ARCHICAD 20 Solo compared to ARCHICAD 20 include:

  • Teamwork limitations: No Teamwork / Model-Based Instant Messaging / BIM Server / BIM Server Manager / Travel Pack / BIMProject Backup
  • Collaboration limitations: No Hotlinked Modules / XRefs / STL Export / IFC Publishing
  • Visualization limitations: No CineRender Rendering Engine / Cinerender Surface Materials / Additional Surface Materials Catalog / Cinerender Surface Settings Editor
  • Project Organization limitation: No License Borrowing / NET License

To take advantage of the entire range of ARCHICAD features and benefits, you can upgrade at any time to the current, full version of ARCHICAD and continue editing your previous projects with it.

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