Posts Tagged ‘Renovation’

Create Your Own Renovation Filter

12 August 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

You may wish to create additional Renovation Filters. For example, you may wish to see all the elements with their respective overrides. While such a filter is not useful for your final documentation views, you may prefer to work this way in the interim. To do this: • Go to Renovation Filter Options and click

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Examples of Renovation Filters

11 August 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

The following are examples of how different Renovation Filters can affect the display of your project. 1. New Construction: Here, existing elements are shown in their default display (“Show”), while new elements and elements to be demolished are highlighted with their respective Override styles.      2.Existing Plan: In this filter, “New” elements are not seen

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Listing Material Quantities for Renovation Projects

10 August 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

This workflow explains how to set up views for Interactive Schedules that help you determine the total quantities of demolished building materials to be carted away, and of new building components to be acquired. Note: The Renovation Filters cited below refer to filters whose settings are described at: Examples of Renovation Filters. List Quantities of

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Renovation Workflow: Zone Stamps for Renovated Rooms

8 August 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

This workflow is used to denote the renovation process in Zone Stamps. Suppose you have a zone that represents a closet, and it is to be transformed into a bathroom. In Existing Plan View (the starting point) and in Planned Status view (the ending point), place Zone Stamps accordingly: The first Zone Stamp, in Existing

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Renovation Workflow: Adding New Door Panel to Existing Door Frame

5 August 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

If you are adding a new door panel to an existing frame, the following workflow can be used for your Renovation filters: Existing Plan View In the Renovation Palette, assign the original frame (Door 1) a status of “Existing”, but set it to be shown on the current filter only (i.e. Existing Plan). New Construction

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Renovation Workflow: Adding Insulation to Walls

4 August 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes 4 Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

If you want to add a layer of insulation to an existing wall, you simply add an insulation skin to the composite wall. However, you cannot assign “New” status to just a single component of a wall – only to the wall itself. To distinguish (for Renovation Filter purposes) the new insulation added to the

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Can’t see your Door & Window Markers?

13 July 2016 Glen Richardson 5 Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

If your Door and Window markers do not show up, there are a few places where they can be switched off: First make sure the Door or Window actually has a Marker assigned. Next place to check is the Model View Options (Document > Set Model View > Model View Options menu). Make sure the

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Reset Renovation Status

17 March 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD 18, ArchiCAD 19, Tip of the Day

When a renovation project is finished, you will need to update all elements’ renovation status: for example, those that were “To be Demolished” can now be deleted; those that were “New” are now “Existing.” The reset is applied to all elements in all views, including your annotations. To do this, use Document > Renovation >

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Coverings and Renovations for ArchiCAD 18

6 January 2015 Soto 1 Comment
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 18

The Coverings work differently for ArchiCAD 18 compared to ArchiCAD 17 tool. The new way the covering works will determine of the Door or Windows openings are detected by the coverings or not.   The recommended practice for ArchiCAD 18 would be to have the right renovation default filter before applying the covering, so please

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What do the Renovation filters do?

27 October 2014 Jonathan Breen No Comments
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 18, Tip of the Day

With the Renovation functionality in ArchiCAD every element can have 1 of 3 statuses: Existing Demolished New With this status the Renovation filters can show, hide or override anything using a particular status. We have included 8 statuses with the NZE template that are set up like so:   You can read up more about

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