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  • CAD Upgrades, New Hardware, and More - an overview of the latest digital tools for the architect: MicroStation V8, HP's DesignJet 100 and 120 Printer Series, Architectural Studio 3, BOA, ZiPCAD, SpaceNavigator and SpaceTraveler, SketchBook Pro, QuadriSpace Presenter 2.3, BEES 3.0 and Solibri Model Checker (SMC), Deborah Snoonian, Architectural Record, September 2003
  • Autodesk Architectural Studio 3 - although it lacks the goods for numerical analysis and evaluation of preliminary design alternatives, this application is an innovative tool for conceptual sketching and massing, easy to learn and a pleasure to use, Lachmi Khemlani, CADENCE, May 2003
  • Pen-based Computing at SOM - an early adopter of Autodesk Architectural Studio discusses his experience with the application and its performance on HP's Tablet PCs, Martyn Day, CADserver, March 18, 2003
  • Architectural Studio R3 - another outstanding upgrade of this conceptual sketch and modeling tool, which requires no prior CAD experience,  works great on the new Tablet PCs and is something like a mixture of  Autodesk VIZ, Photoshop and NetMeeting all wrapped up in one package, Martyn Day, CADserver, March 18, 2003
  • What's New in Autodesk Architectural Studio r2? - with plenty of 2D/3D tool enhancements and productivity improvements, this program is one any design firm should be seriously exploring, Jerry Laiserin, The LaiserinLetter, August 2002
  • Autodesk Architectural Studio 1.0 - offers a clean interface, good interoperability and powerful collaboration tools, Jerry Laiserin, CADENCE, June 2002
  • Autodesk Goes Conceptual - a review of Autodesk's new Architectural Studio, which hope to win over architects who prefer pencil-based sketching, B. J. Novitski, Architecture Week, May 8, 2002
  • Architectural Studio - Autodesk's new software let's architects make freehand sketches, Jerry Laiserin, Architectural Record, March 2002
  • Design Collaboration Gets Real-Time Boost - Autodesk's Architectural Studio allows designers to create or modify architectural designs in real time collaborative sessions over the Internet rather than simply marking up CAD designs, Steve Konicki, Feb. 12, 2002
  • Autodesk Architectural Studio: the Pen is Mightier than the Mouse - the upcoming architecture software from Autodesk will simulate the tools architects use to sketch with: pens, pencils, tracing paper -- and it doesn't look like a CAD program, Jerry Laiserin, CGW, Oct 2001
  • A Sneak Peek into Architectural Studio - a preview of an Autodesk products that promises conceptual modeling for principal architects and design teams, Martyn Day, TenLinks.com, Oct 9, 2001

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