Cigraph — ARCHICAD and Artlantis official distributor — develops and distributes CAD software for architectural projects, interior surveys, terrain modeling and much more.
Cigraph’s relationship with the Hungarian company GRAPHISOFT started back in 1984 and developed into a winning synergy that has grown stronger over the years. As of January 2015, GRAPHISOFT acquired Cigraph’s ARCHICAD distribution unit.
ArchiSuiteThe architectural design sector is so variegated that every designer would like to work with his or her own particular tools.
With ArchiSuite, Cigraph intends to give ARCHICAD users customised functions for made-to-measure solutions to facilitate all stages of their work.
The project is based on the Cigraph add-ons (you will remember that an add-on is a software component allowing you to add new functions to ARCHICAD). Our aim, however, is to continue enhancing this ever-open container over time to reflect our users’s suggestions.
With ARCHICAD, you can manage add-ons automatically by launching and closing them from the menu bar where a new item appears once the add-on has been installed.
You will not even know you are using an add-on. It will be just like using your ARCHICAD, but with additional functions.
This third revision of the well-known, popular Cigraph plug-in retains the basic philosophy intact: ArchiTerra was conceived and is still being developed to provide the designer with a rapid tool for representing the context, environmental and urban planning and 3D terrain model management.
ArchiStair is an ARCHICAD Plug-in that allows stairs to be created even when the design constraints of the new project or remodel prohibit them from having a regular shape.
With its simple and rapid graphical interface, ArchiStair 2 allows users to create stairs with treads and landings that have customised, creative shapes.
ArchiQuant provides users with a simpler and more immediate way for Quantity Take Offs and Cost Estimation linked to the construction elements in an ARCHICAD Virtual Building.
Using ArchiQuant requires no knowledge of GDL language, nor the use of Property Objects or the ARCHICAD calculation database.
With the ArchiGiallieRossi plug-in for ARCHICAD, you can compare two views of a project and highlight the differences.
Its main use is to automatically (or semi-automatically) generate comparison overlays in which two situations of the same project (current and proposed situation) are superimposed and then compared.