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Building Design

Conceptual design through construction

Design

Design and visualize buildings of any size, form, and complexity and evaluate various design alternatives

Document

Detail and document your projects, produce reliable reports, and share information easily 

Analyze

Make informed design decisions by simulating and evaluating real-world building system performances

Building Design Software

Support the building design and documentation process throughout all phases of the project – from conceptual design and documentation to coordination and construction. Used by leading firms worldwide on projects ranging from the conventional to some of the most inspiring buildings of our time. Deliver high-performance and sustainable buildings on schedule, on budget, and error-free.

OpenBuildings Designer

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OpenBuildings Designer

Design, analyze, document, and visualize buildings with software made for architects and engineers.

ProStructures

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ProStructures

Create accurate 3D models for structural steel, metal work, and reinforced concrete structures.

ProSteel

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ProSteel

Efficiently create accurate 3D models for structural steel and metal work.

ProConcrete

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ProConcrete

Efficiently create accurate 3D models for reinforced concrete structures.

OpenBuildings Speedikon

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OpenBuildings Speedikon

OpenBuildings Speedikon streamlines your workflow, throughout the design, structural drafting, and construction documentation process, for new and existing industrial facilities, airports, hospitals, and factories in Germany.

featured user stories

“As architects, we spend a disproportionate amount of time and resources trying to represent our solutions rather than designing them. Computational design [using GenerativeComponents in OpenBuildings Designer] has allowed our team to focus on resolving problems and finding better design solutions.”

Sarah Yap, Computational Design Expert, Johnson Pilton Walker