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Au Revoir, وداعا, Adiós, अलविदा, Goodbye

11:35 pm  .   April 11, 2015  .   admin

So long and farewell. After many amazing years together, we’ve decided to discontinue AutoCAD WS, effective immediately. Just like that. But before you get upset, allow us to explain. Like the dinosaurs, our old flash-based WS app technology is also going extinct. The AutoCAD 360…

City Spotlight: Helsinki

2:16 am  .   April 8, 2015  .   admin

Beautiful Helsinki is filled with stunning neoclassical buildings. While the well-maintained streets boast hundreds of ornate structures, it is the inspiring contemporary design that has architecture enthusiasts flocking to Finland. Flickr: Kiasma Museum Flickr: Lewis Martin Part of the Finnish national gallery, The Kiasma, designed…

Happy Easter!

1:34 pm  .   April 5, 2015  .   admin

New Advances to the Windows Toolbox

4:34 am  .   April 1, 2015  .   admin

AutoCAD 360 is pleased to announce the launch of substantial updates to the current Windows offering, now adding new dimension tools. Dimensions enables you to document length, radius, diameter and angle measurements. In addition to these new tools, which we have made major fixes to…

City Spotlight: Doha

8:23 am  .   March 30, 2015  .   admin

Choosing a short list of architectural highlights in Doha, Qatar is next to impossible. With such a rapidly evolving skyline, Doha has become a fixture of progressive architectural design on the world stage. From the organic elements of the National Convention Center to the ultra-modernist…

City Spotlight: Chicago

5:00 am  .   March 25, 2015  .   admin

Chicago. Home of the skyscraper. And deep dish pizza. This week we are loving the architecture and vibe of the windy city. Flickr: Adam Belane We’ll start with a sparkler – The Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, designed by Krueck and Sexton, is an architectural gem designed…