BIM started a new chapter for KÖZTI
Leveraging solutions from the Nemetschek Group, BIM and 3D modelling have become go-to technologies for one of Hungary’s oldest architects
KÖZTI Architects & Engineers is one of the oldest design firms in Hungary, yet innovation is in its DNA. Founded in 1949 and with an impressive portfolio of projects both within Hungary and abroad, KÖZTI has been using digital design solutions as part of its daily work long before they became the industry norm.
Initially, this began with the use of Archicad in the mid-1990s but by the early 2000s, the company had gone completely digital. In 2013, it implemented Building Information Modelling (BIM) while designing the landmark Puskás Aréna in Budapest – and have not looked back.
“After experiencing the efficiencies that BIM and 3D modelling provided, we began …
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