Many Interior Designers unintentionally draw their projects twice. They might start designing a Floor Plan in AutoCAD. Then at some point, they switch to Sketchup and recreate the same geometry in 3D. This back-and-forth process might even get repeated for the entire duration of the project.

Does this sound familiar to you? Regardless of your specific workflow, would you not agree that it makes sense to streamline your design process and eliminate duplicated effort?

Using an intuitive, easy to implement BIM software such as Archicad can save you time. How? You draw everything just once and any change is updated on all drawings and 3D presentations….automatically. And the best part is that you can leverage your AutoCAD and Sketchup skills. You can import these files and even use their geometry. 



Engaging discussion and demonstration of the following concepts:

- Draw it once in 2D or 3D

- Bring in your DWG / PDF / SKP

- Smart objects (walls, doors, cabinets)

- Instant schedules and quantities

- Automatically generated drawings and Documents

- Beautiful, interactive 2D / 3D presentations


This presentation will show how to simplify your design process. This will help free up your time to focus on your design, your clients and on building your business.



Joe Magas, Director at Fusiontek
Joe Magas is an experienced consultant and enthusiastic presenter focusing on BIM, Virtual Reality and Collaboration technology. He helps design and construction companies enhance their productivity and happiness by reducing tedious rework and broken, manual workflows. He is the founder and CEO of Fusiontek whose mission is to bring together "Purpose", "Process", "People" and "Platform" into wholistic solutions.

Camille Chami, Director at CADcentre
Camille has worked for more than 15 years as an Architect, designing both residential and corporate projects. In the early 2000s, Building Information Modelling (BIM) was still in its infancy and Camille wanted to proactively promoting it. In 2007, he founded CADcentre to offer Architects and Designers high-end software solutions, with services covering all aspects of integration, utilization, training and technical support. Camille brought, with his background, a wealth of insight to the Architecture firms open to improving their workflow. Camille enjoys the human aspect in his work allowing him to meet and work along with professionals from diverse backgrounds.


Webinar from November 23, 2022