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Archicad’s AI Visualizer is transforming the way we design, making it easier and more exciting than ever before.

In the realm of architectural design, innovation is key to staying ahead of the curve. Architects and designers are constantly seeking tools that not only streamline their workflow but also ignite creativity. Enter the AI Visualizer tool in Archicad - a groundbreaking feature that has been causing excitement throughout the industry. Its impact is undeniable, with its ability to transform the design process into an exhilarating journey. Let's delve deeper into why this tool has become a game-changer for architects and designers alike, revolutionizing the way we visualize and create spaces.

Available from Archicad 27 onwards, Integrated with Stable Diffusion technology, this tool can turn basic mass models or designs into photorealistic images or artistic drawings. Plus, you have the freedom to customize your creations with prompts, adjust shape fidelity, or let the AI take the reins of creativity. Download and installation instructions here.

By simply modeling a few shapes and adding a text prompt, Archicad's AI Visualizer generates stunning images. 

It facilitates the exploration of design concepts and alternatives during the early design phase by enhancing original concepts with details, context, and innovative ideas. There is no requirement to model landscaping separately or export/sync the model with rendering packages.

By utilizing text prompts alone, a diverse array of refined design variation images can be effortlessly generated for clients, eliminating the need for manual creation of multiple detailed models.

Prompts define what you want to see in your result. The AI understands simple, clear prompts, so there's no need for long, complicated sentences.

A modern office building with a city in the background

An apartment building within an urban context

Holiday resort with beach in the background

Building with contemporary facade

Realistic pencil drawing of an office building



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