VisualARQ 2: Flexible BIM
VisualARQ adds architectural features and parametric architectural objects that are suitable for both 3D modeling and 2D documentation.
Freeform modelling Powered by Rhino – Convert any freeform geometry into an informed object with VisualARQ.
Add BIM to Rhino. Object styles to control information and parameters, IFC for interoperability between teams and applications.
Parametric architectural objects
Work with BIM objects such as walls, curtain walls, beams, columns, openings, stairs, and other custom objects driven by parametric properties and styles.
Annotations, spaces, tags, quantity take-offs, 2D drawings, and many more. Automatic and precise documentation is always available from the VisualARQ 3d model.
Define your workflow with the VisualARQ Grasshopper Components. Automate object and object style creation through visual programming.
Easy management and user interface
Use user-friendly dialogs to organize your project by levels, sections, layers, sheets, templates, and more.
Assign materials, activate sections, and generate great architectural views of your project.
File format support, floating network licenses, Worksessions, external references, and more…
VisualARQ provides an API accessible from RhinoCommon (C#, VB.NET, Python).
Discover some examples of the interoperability between VisualARQ and Revit through Rhino.Inside technology.
User projects and screenshots.
To assist and solve any user request or issue.
Ask for a free online demo.
Floating licenses and different ways to run VisualARQ.
Software interface available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Czech, Chinese (simplified), Russian, Korean and Japanese.
Competitive and affordable price. Online purchase for only €795. Educational licenses at €95.
Wide resellers network available.
If you don’t know Rhino, press here.
Interoperability with other tools
Bubble is a free tool that displays a tooltip with information about any object in the document.
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