ArchiCAD 21 Build 5021 + Portable | File Size :

ArchiCAD 21 Build 5021 + Portable | File Size : 1.17 GB/ 575 MB/ 617 MB

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Official Russian and English versions!
Added portable versions

ArchiCAD is a powerful modeling application that allows architects to more efficiently design buildings using Virtual Building technology. ArchiCAD allows architects to concentrate on designing, performing this work independently or in a team, exchanging data with consultants and specialists in other fields. After downloading ArchiCAD 19 to cwer.ws, you will discover the advantages of architectural design in 3D space and enjoy the incredible freedom of work.
In ArchiCAD , you create in the Information 3D Model of the Building, on the basis of which all necessary documents and images are automatically generated. The project takes on life and develops on the screen at the same time as the work of your thought, allowing you to focus on your creativity. Information modeling of the building is the most natural and intuitive approach to design, and thanks to the understandability of 3D-presentation of projects, customers will be impressed by your creativity.

Introduction to the MORF tool. In ArchiCAD, a new tool called “MORPH” (MORP) appeared and is designed for free modeling.
Components of the MORF tool. The objects created by the MORF tool consist of three components: a node (vertex), a face, and a surface.
Creating a polygonal object MORF. The first way of constructing the object of MORF is polygonal. With the help of it you can build a closed loop – in fact, the MORF-face.
Creating a polygon 3D object MORF. The polygonal object is not tied to a single plane in any way – any node can occupy any position in space, thus creating a spatial polygon.
Creation of rectangular, arc and closed MORF elements. In general, there are four types of construction of MORP elements: “rectangle” and “rotated rectangle” to create direct elements, “center and radius” and “points on the curve” to create curvilinear elements.
Create a 3D box from the MORP elements. Method of construction The box creates a solid object. The first two points define the base of the box, and the third the height.
Create rounded MORP elements. And the third method of construction is rounding. It is constructed in three steps, at first it is necessary to set a profile.
Selection of subelements. Each MORP element consists of sub-elements that can be selected for further work. Select multiple subelements. In this case, you can select several subelements at once.
Deleting sub-elements of the MORF. At any time, the selected sub-element of the MORF can be deleted, thereby editing the structure of the MORP object.
Work with faces and surfaces. In this case, you can add a new geometry to the already existing MORF element-a face, a surface, or a solid object.
Adjusting the elevation of the MORF. Like any other 3D object, the MORP object can be elevated – this parameter is called the Base Height.
Mapping of MORP elements on the plan. On the floor plan, the MORP element is displayed as a 3D projection – just like a complex roof or shell.
Adjustment of coatings for the MORP element. In the parameters dialog of the MORP element, you can specify the base cover material, which is then applied to all faces of the object.
Configure the methods for partitioning the faces of MORP elements. Any facet of the MORP element has three construction modes that affect the principles of surface formation and their mapping.
Change the texture of the faces of the MORP elements. By default, the method of applying a texture to the MORP object is boxed. But the user can specify his own method of superposition for each face – up to a spherical overlay.
Change the origin and direction of the textures of the MORP element. For each face of the MORP element, you can specify your initial point of texture propagation and its rotation angle.
Moving the node of the MORP-body. Any node of the MORP element can be freely moved in space, thus changing the overall structure of the volume and binding to other nodes, facets of objects.

ArchiCAD significantly changes the capabilities of the average user, allowing you to use third – party BIM componentsin their projects. In conjunction with the “cloud” database of this new modeling capabilities in ArchiCAD allow architects to create, search, download and download new BIM-components for use in their projects. Fully integrated into the ArchiCAD web portal is a single center for sharing BIM-components between users. BIMcomponents.com also provides a centralized location for all GDL objects, making them available to all ArchiCAD users when they need it. In the construction industry, everything is constantly changing: every day there are new materials, designs, ideas and technologies. We can say that the building components are one of the most actively developing areas in the construction BIM industry. The GDL technology used in ArchiCAD, is a powerful professional tool for creating highly intelligent parametric elements. However, not all users are ready to create their own GDL-objects. They are addressed to the fundamental changes that have occurred in ArchiCAD! Now any user can not only model his object in volume, but also put the created BIM-component in a single cloud database of objects. For newly added objects a unique description is introduced, whereby other users by means of keywords can instantly find not only this object, but dozens of similar ones. Then it remains only to select the elements necessary for your BIM project and load them with a single click of the mouse. It is unique that all described operations are carried out within the framework of ArchiCAD – the program provides a full set of tools for creating, searching, loading and unloading objects directly from the Objects dialog! In addition, all posted BIM-objects can be found on the specialized web portal BIMcomponents.com, which provides the necessary tools for self-organization of the ArchiCAD user community: comments, object ratings, updates, etc. Thus, the new technology of loading / unloading BIM components and a new site is a unique centralized resource for exchanging GDL objects!

All modern buildings and projects should be environmentally friendly and energy efficientIs our contribution to the future of the planet. We believe that the main decisions on the eco-and energy efficiency of the building should be taken by the architects at the initial stages of the project, not by the engineers, when any changes are much more difficult to make. In its programs, GRAPHISOFT continues to develop a “green” direction and implement environmental analysis tools in the BIM-design environment. The new functionality for analyzing energy efficiency built into ArchiCAD (for example, analyzing the geometry of a building model via zone boundaries, weather analysis, etc.) is similar to the previously supplied stand-alone EcoDesigner software product, but is now based on a completely new technology that allows analysis models in dynamic mode, using BIM-geometry, hourly weather information and data on the location of the building.

Energy analysis:

Preparing a building model for analysis
General rules of modeling
Working with zones
Overview of the Energy Model
Displaying the list of constructions
Displaying a list of openings
Visualization of the building energy model
Setting display colors
Calculator of U-parameters
Adjustment of thermal parameters
Catalog of materials
Working with layered structures and U-parameters
Reassignment of the U-parameter
Determination of leaks
Definition of surfaces
Adjustment of glass and frame structures
Setting the shadow and shading objects
Setting up the environment: location and climate
Setting the Environment: Level, Soil, and Environment
Working with Profiles
Work with the structure of a building
Adjustment of the energy source and the price of energy
Work with the green energy of the building

System requirements:

Operating system: Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10 (64-bit)
Processor: 64-bit processor with 4 or more cores
Memory: it can take 16 GB or more to work with large and complex models.
Hard disk: it is recommended to install ARCHICAD on an SSD (or Fusion) disk. To fully install ARCHICAD, you need 5 GB of free disk space. Additionally, 10 GB or more of disk space is required for each project
We recommend the use of video cards that support the OpenGL 2.0 mode with a video memory capacity of 1024 MB or more.
Monitor: we recommend using a monitor that supports a resolution of 1440×900 or higher

Features of the portable version:

It is intended for viewing, correction and conversion of files:
ArchiCAD: PLN, PLA, BPN, PLP, plc, pca, bpc, tpl, pmk;
images: emf, wmf, bmp, jpg, png, tiff;
AutoCAD: DWF, DXF, DWG;
other files: dgn, plt, ifc, skp, kmz, 3dm, dae, stl.
Professionals can copy their libraries to the Add-Ons folder.

Note! Portable versions are not canonically portable, that is, they leave entries in the registry and create files on disks, yet they do not require installation. Made in connection with the lack of the best.