The Silver Dog Café is an interiors project within an historic Greyhound Bus Terminal. The terminal was designed by William Arrasmith in the 1930s with streamlined horizontal banding and curved wrap-around facade epitomizing the Art Deco aesthetic popular at the time. A double-height space in the rear of the building presented an opportunity to design the café with outdoor seating. The project uses two reference files; one comprised of the shell building and the other a small exterior lighting element.
Majorly focusing interior articulation on one unit of this residential town home complex, the exterior juxtaposition of planar offsets, glazing options and material variation animate the composition as a whole. Easily view and share documents with a hyperlinked PDF of the entire drawing set.
The Urban Residence is a small landscape project comprised of a garden courtyard and parking space. Use this file to explore the use of hardscape styles, data tags, custom records, worksheets, viewports, and smart markers. See the benefit of hyperlinked smart markers in the included PDF drawing set.
This file shows how you can use ConnectCAD to design a TV studio for a video game competition. This file is set up to show how ConnectCAD can support the installation process and help make delivering the final as built documentation at the end of a project easy and straight forwards. You will see examples of error checking; cable route planning and project tracking are used.
This simple file is intended to show you how you can start from a DWG import and using the tools and Vectorworks create a building shell and design an event for corporate conference. In this file you’ll see how data visualization can communicate when trussing should be loaded in, how audio and video tools can help you layout and play around video screens, cameras, and speakers.
This file is laid out to give you an idea of what tools are available to layout a festival. In this simple file you will see examples of how to use the Geo imaging tools, marionette objects, as well as default symbols and our event planning tools.
This file is an example of a proposal of an exhibition project in Vectorworks. This file shows how the different production elements come together to create paperwork to produce the event, show concept renders, budget vendor costs, and output build drawings. This project features, Display, Lighting, Audio/Video, IT, and Rigging through saved views and Sheet Layers, it is also setup to perform the suspension analysis with Braceworks.
As targets for achieving Net Zero carbon in both construction and operation are set by governments and legislative bodies, the need to reduce embodied carbon emissions becomes more critical, as does the requirement for intelligent digital tools to assess it. Embodied carbon represents the total sum of emissions required to produce goods (such as a building material) or activities (such as transporting those materials to the construction site), hence the emissions are considered to be ‘embodied’ in the product.
Vectorworks Embodied Calculator (VECC) is the in-built tool for Embodied Carbon Calculation in Vectorworks that provides an integrated modelling and carbon assessment workflow, allowing designers to quickly measure the impact of their Material and Product choices on the carbon footprint of their project.
For instruction on how to use VECC, read the User Guide contained in the download folder or open Vectorworks file in the same folder and read the User Guide in the Sheets using the Navigation palette.
The CUBE provides a BIM workflow demonstration, showing the process of modelling a generic, 4 storey office building using Vectorworks Architect. The focus rests firmly on the BIM process and explores the progress of the model through digital work stages and Level of Information Need, all the while referencing back to the UK BIM Framework and ISO19650 relevant standards.
Parametric tools, intelligent objects, data handling and creating associated views from the BIM model are demonstrated as best practice use, to streamline and optimise the design and modelling process while ensuring the maximum quality and consistency of delivery information.
As a valued member of the Vectorworks community, we would like to welcome you to this exploration file provided by Vectorworks UK, a subsidiary of Vectorworks Inc. We give an overview of the project objectives below. To jump straight into exploring the project, we suggest running through the Saved Views and Sheet Layers.
This Exhibition Stand exploration file illustrates how an entire workflow can be implemented using Vectorworks, from conceptual design to fully rendered 3d model. Once the model has been created, construction drawings, equipment and stand component lists can be published via printing or PDF and also exported directly into Microsoft Excel. The file also demonstrates how Rendered Viewports can be exported via Vectorworks Cloud Services.
As a valued member of the Vectorworks community we would like to welcome you to this exploration file provided by Vectorworks UK, a subsidiary of Vectorworks Inc.
To jump straight into exploring the project, we suggest running through the Saved Views and/or the Sheet Layers. Then, dissect the file by digging into the individual design layers to learn more about all the new features in Vectorworks Landmark. This file also includes a set of resources - feel free to adapt anything you find via the Resource Manager.
The brief for the project is a green, relaxed outside space for an office building (The Cube).
The rooftop garden is phase two and will be available in a separate demo file. This is not intended to be a full set of drawings, but instead a sample collection - from masterplan to details. If you're following the saved views, you'll see that they're structured on the LI Digital Plan of Works
As a valued member of the Vectorworks community we would like to welcome you to this exploration file, provided by Vectorworks UK, a subsidiary of Vectorworks Inc. This retail store file provides includes 3 distinct departments within the overall building shell. We include fashion and homeware/furniture areas in addition to an in store cafe model with associated, linked drawings and presentation sheets, allowing you to explore a wide range of Vectorworks tools and capabilities.
To jump straight into exploring the project, we suggest running through the Saved Views and/or the Sheet Layers.