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ArchiCAD STAR(T) Edition 2014 is Released

ArchiCAD STAR(T) Edition 2014 is Released

Auckland, New Zealand, March 7, 2014. Today Cadimage Group announced the release of ArchiCAD STAR(T) Edition 2014, an entry-level BIM solution for architects.

ArchiCAD STAR(T) Edition is a full-fledged BIM solution, tailored to meet the needs of smaller architectural practices with limited budgets. Available at a very competitive price, ArchiCAD STAR(T) Edition offers full BIM functionality and a refined set of tools based on the full version of ArchiCAD.

This means that STAR(T) has a great deal of the standard ArchiCAD feature set, including:

• All the tools necessary to create the Building Information Model from which the architectural documentation (floor plans, sections/elevations, 3D views, details) as well as the bill of materials can be derived;

• Full access to ArchiCAD’s 3D modeling capabilities including the Shell tool, the MORPH™ tool, the priority-based Junctions and GDL objects (up to version 17);

• Latest IFC, DWG and DXF file exchange capabilities to enable full, model-based and hybrid coordination workflow with consultants.

Campbell Yule, Managing Director of Cadimage Group, today announced the new release, saying “STAR(T) Edition continues to be a great solution for smaller and newly formed architectural practices. We’ve been proud to provide and support this great tool to New Zealand start-ups that have since boomed, and the product is able to grow with them, being upgradable to the full version of ArchiCAD.”


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