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December 29th, 2010
A&A Solution Days Event Introduces Vectorworks 2011 to Japan

Held in Tokyo, the event featured presentations by Nemetschek Vectorworks CEO Sean Flaherty and industry experts, including award-winning architect Junya Ishigami. The first day focused on architecture and BIM, and the second day focused on design and rendering. The presentations were also streamed live from A&A’s website. Kazuko Uchida, president of A&A, was very happy with the event. “We had some wonderful feedback from users who came to the event or watched our stream,” she said, adding that topics of particular interest to users included the software’s 3D environment, new scalable symbols, and improved text features. Read More