The Boston Society of Architects/AIA, or BSA, established in 1867, consists of over 3,000 members today. It focuses on great design, professional development, and an appreciation for the built environment with the public. Each month, the Boston Society of Architects BSA hosts a ‘Small Practices Network’ event focused on helping and educating small architecture firms and sole proprietorships on topics ranging from base practices installing clay roofs to marketing and software tips. For last Friday’s event Modelo’s CEO Qi Su was invited to present an introduction to Modelo as part of a two-part presentation on digital design tools along with Michael Born an expert illustrator who presented new updates to Sketchup 2015.
If you are an architect or industrial designer, Modelo’s web-based design project hosting and workflow management platform will be helpful. Collaboration on complex architecture projects is never quick or easy, but Modelo aims to make the process as friendly as possible through a designer-inspired user interface, complete email integration and other innovative features that can be used by 3D designers and clients alike. “We convert the native file to our format that can be visualized directly in the browser. All you need is a web browser, it’s that simple.”
Modelo aspires to bring joy and efficiency to 3D Design Teams.