Architects using Google SketchUp
Architects use SketchUp to help clients visualize green features such as solar panels, rainwater catchments systems, sustainable landscaping and building material options that will serve to improve the environment footprint of their buildings. SketchUp helps architects explore options early to make conclusion in the design process which will extensively affect the way their building performance.
Google's intuitive 3D modeling tool accelerates design and architecture tasks, enabling architects to generate outstanding designs in the context of modest budgets.
Architecture also using in SketchUp, consign sustainable design information such as location, building and room type, construction type, and HVAC systems, at varying levels to produce basic or complex analyses on multiple design iterations.
SketchUp and SketchUp Pro software that allows users to run sustainability performance simulations and analyses on building designs. Architecture and BIM applications, but more designers and architects use Google SketchUp in the early stages of design, when sustainability is best addressed, said to Don McLean.
According to SketchUp is software used to create 3D models. Architecture to design building finds increasingly him using Google SketchUp specifically for interiors because the 3-D models are clearer than 2-D drawings. 3D models besides being used by contractors of all kinds, the program is also attracting architects, design firms and engineers. One of the major reasons that someone would consider using SketchUp in a construction environment would be to effectively.
As the architects along with 3D software tool that combines a series of functional tools with an intelligent drawing system. Google says "From simple to complex, conceptual to practical, Google SketchUp enables you to build and modify 3D models quickly and simply.”
SketchUp provides architects with a workspace that is perfect for abstract design. SketchUp also allows you to create interactive models of your designs, helping you to simply visualize your drawing in 3D. SketchUp also allow applying materials and colors to surfaces. Architects can also build models of existing structures from photographs.