Californian architecture firm chooses Graphisoft product
Thursday, February 24, 2005, 17:09
California-based Quattrocchi Kwok Architects (QKA) decided to use
Graphisoft R&D Rt's ArchiCAD software for computer-aided design.
QKA, a medium-sized architecture firm that takes educational projects
only, tested three programs including Revit by AutoCAS, Microstation by
Bentley and ArchiCAD by Graphisoft. The U.S.-based company was
particularly impressed with a feature that allows several members of an
architect team share 3D images on a LAN or intranet and work together
on the model.