Week #11 – Conceptual Design Strategies

ArchiCAD Training (Best Practices Lesson 11)

This week we’re focusing on conceptual design strategies and tools for early development of a project.

Part 1 is a 45 minute lesson that looks at various tools and approaches useful for initial design studies. Lines, fills, zones, walls and massing slabs are used in various ways to sketch out a project to meet program or code requirements.

Part 2 is a 23 minute lesson shows how you can tabulate rooms and areas to compare against program requirements using either the Fill tool or the Zone tool.

Part 3 is a 41 minute lesson demonstrating several different modeling approaches you can use early in the design process.

Please add your comments, questions and feedback below or on the individual pages.

Eric


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ArchiCAD Training: Conceptual Design Strategies

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This 45 minute lesson explores a variety of tools and methods useful during early design.

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This 23 minute lesson shows how you can tabulate rooms and areas to compare against program requirements using either the Fill tool or the Zone tool.

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This 23 minute lesson shows how you can tabulate rooms and areas to compare against program requirements using either the Fill tool or the Zone tool.

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