Hall + Bednarczyk Architects Win Multiple Awards

Celebrating outstanding work for over 180 years the RIBA have recently announced that ARCHICAD users Hall + Bednarczyk Architects have won the Welsh Architecture Award 2019 and the Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) Project Architect of the Year Award 2019. The awards and prizes are regarded internationally as a mark of excellence, recognising the best architecture,... more

GRAPHISOFT announces ARCHICAD 23

GRAPHISOFT, the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software solution provider for architects and designers, has announced ARCHICAD 23, the latest version of its award-winning BIM software solution. ARCHICAD 23 vastly improves perceived performance of essential processes. ARCHICAD 23 sets new benchmarks in BIM software responsiveness and improves interoperability with... more

Lafferty’s Prestigious Scotch House

Scotch House is located in Central Dublin, on the Liffey Quays. This formerly under-used part of the city was opened up considerably with the construction of the Rosie Hackett Bridge, turning it into an area of renewed prominence. This newly-renovated building is the first construction project to be completed in this part of Dublin for a considerable period of time. With the... more

Sibson Building wins top RIBA award

The University of Kent’s newest addition the Sibson Building is a distinctive W-shaped building that brings together two of the institution’s fastest-growing departments. The new building is enhanced by its surrounding ancient woodlands, and with the help of ARCHICAD, the impact of the construction on the woods was minimised. New landscaping around the site was designed to... more

How VR Enhances Architectural Design and Presentation

Virtual reality (VR) is being used in many industries, from entertainment to advertising, and adding some incredible functionality in architecture, too. With the development of new software and tools, VR is helping architects visualise their designs in new and exciting ways. How does VR Work With Architectural Design? Like BIM did before it, VR has the potential to make big changes in... more

Skanska and JRA Moorgate Refurbishment

Working with client and lead refurbishment contractor Skanska UK, John Robertson Architects has been chosen to redevelop a City of London office building at 51 Moorgate. Refurbishment Design with Well-being in Mind Once refurbished, the building will provide 3,000 square feet of ground-level retail space, and a total of 40,000 square feet of office space, over eight levels. It’s... more

World Architecture Festival 2018: Who Took the Big Prizes?

The 11th annual World Architecture Festival took place in Amsterdam from November 28 to November 30, 2018. Among the winners, Studio Gang took home two overall wins, and WOHA scooped the coveted World Building of the Year Award. The World Architecture Festival is the largest event of its kind in the world, unique in that it’s the only event where all shortlisters in each category... more

Our 4 Most Breathtaking Skyscraper Buildings in the World

At Applecore Designs we love showcasing the world’s most spectacular buildings, whether it’s Europe’s best train stations or airports from around the World. Here, we focus on four of the world’s most stunning skyscrapers, taking you from New York City to Taipei City, from Moscow to St. Petersburg. One thing that binds all of these incredible designs together is, of course,... more

‘VR for Architecture’ added to the CIAT CPD Register

Our recent course CPD submission to the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) entitled ‘How Virtual Reality saves time and resources - VR for Architecture’ has been accepted and will be included on the CIAT CPD Register. Scott Berry Managing Director stated "We are very pleased to have our course content accepted again by the Institute and would like to thank... more

New ARCHICAD 22 COBie Guide

COBie is the Construction-Operations Building information exchange, used in the handover of facility management information. It is important because it provides a common structure and format for distributing information about new and existing buildings and infrastructure. The use of COBie is mandatory in the UK for all government projects, and is increasingly relevant in the US and... more