Jerry Laiserin is no stranger to the AEC market–he has served as contributing editor and monthly columnist for Architectural Record, CADence and Cadalyst magazines, and has written for, or been written about in nearly every other significant design and technology publication.
His recently published issue of The LaiserinLetter™ talks about Vectorworks and BIM (Building Information Modeling) and positions Vectorworks Architect as “Designer’s BIM.”
As an introduction to the article he writes, “Architecture remains first and foremost about design. For the foreseeable future, design processes and deliverables will include both drawing-centric and model-based workflows. Vectorworks Architect and the larger Vectorworks Designer suite focus on architects’ needs as the hub of design, regardless of workflow. Every architect and design firm struggling with the transition to BIM, or contemplating starting on the journey to the BIM approach owes it to themselves—and their core design values—to give serious consideration to Vectorworks Architect from Nemetschek North America.”
Thanks Jerry for your deep and knowledgeable insights into the future of BIM and Vectorworks.
To read the article in full, please download the March issue of The LaiserinLetter™