algorithmic modeling for Rhino
VisualARQ Grasshopper Components allows to create and work with VisualARQ architectural objects inside Grasshopper.
You can create easily walls, doors, windows, openings, beams, columns, roofs, slabs, stairs and railings and obtain their information (area, volume, length, etc...)
Once the VisualARQ geometry is baked, it turns into workable VisualARQ objects inside Rhino. Then you can use the VisualARQ features to create section drawings, floor plans, schedule tables, etc.. and export the full model in IFC file format into BIM platforms such as Revit, ArchiCAD, Tekla, etc...
Latest Activity: Apr 22
See in the following video a simple example of how to create walls, doors and windows with the VisualARQ Grasshopper Components:
I have a problem with the walls created with the wall extend component that I have used to extend a regular wall to a roof. The result of the baking to Rhino is only the lower part of the wall. Continue
Started by Orlando Carlos Olmos. Last reply by Orlando Carlos Olmos Mar 13.
Hi everybody, I am creating a Shed roof with Grasshopper components but I don t see any option to specify the roof axis start point that you can specify when creating that type of roof directly in…Continue
Started by Orlando Carlos Olmos. Last reply by Orlando Carlos Olmos Mar 10.
Hi,I recently upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10. I was working fine with VARQ 1.9.4 before, but now I can´t use it. I´m getting a message saying that I have to reinstall it again, I have already…Continue
Started by Alejandro Gamas. Last reply by Alejandro Gamas Jul 20, 2016.
Hi there, I'm relatively new to Rhino and very new to VisualArq. This may or may not be a Grasshopper related question - but here goes. Is it possible to extract the number of windows, openings etc…Continue
Started by Nick Devlin. Last reply by Francesc Salla May 23, 2016.