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Jun 29, 2010



what about Digital Project from Gehry Technology Since it's based on Catia?



My thought exactly, Donovan. Digital Project was developed in CATIA in partnership with one of the most innovative architecture firms of our era - Gehry Partners. If Digital Project can handle a Gehry design, it can handle any design.


I would like correct somethings: Live Buildings is based on CATIA V6 and to be more precised it is based on CATIA Live Shape.

In this way, Live Buildings reuse natively the ultra fast modeling technology delivered by CATIA Live Shape to design an architecture project in a conceptual phase.

But that's not all, it is also based on the already well-known functional modeling technology, offering also a high level of flexibility. This kind of behavior-driven design allows users to focus on WHAT to design rather than HOW to design it.

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