Worldwide Member Directory
This directory was started several years ago but was neglected for a while. In 2019 we're bringing it all up to date and encouraging more users in the worldwide community to join.If you're already a member of the ARCHICAD USER site you may check or edit your own listing after using the LOGIN form in the right-hand sidebar. If you don't have your password handy, use the Forgot Password link and you'll get an email allowing you to reset it.
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It's totally FREE to join as a Bronze Member, and you'll be able to add your name to the user directory. Other benefits include the new Monthly ARCHICAD Training Webinar series and free ARCHICAD tutorials (including some that are ONLY seen on this website). After you get your confirmation email, return to this page and login so you can add your own listing!
DIRECTIONS: When the full directory list is showing below, you may use the Category drop-down menu to search with a number of pre-set options including ARCHICAD version, specialty, etc. In the general search field on the right side you can type in a last name, city or country etc.
Note that the directory list below will be replaced by a submission form (if you're adding or editing your own entry) or by a short list of records matching your search criteria.
Use the "Return to Full Directory" to restore the original directory listing; use the VIEW ALL (super compact list) to see all member names in multiple columns.
Want to see members listed by country? Check out the directory listing variations in the Member List menu in the upper right navigation menu!
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Austin A ReynoldsMr ACD ProjectsArchitect Technician/BIM Manager
Proficient ARCHICAD user based in Suffolk/Cambridgeshire/London.
I started using ARCHICAD at the end of 2016 after starting at a new small firm, starting on ArchiCAD 15.
Since starting I have created and implemented a template, along with office standards. I have also been the pushing force to remove the bad practice of using fills to draft with.
I’m looking to push my firm towards BIM lvl2, and down the efficient and paperless use of BIMx to present our work to clients.