Advanced Interior Design Course
Design Phases - ARCHLine.XP Advanced course 2
Layer Management - ARCHLine.XP Advanced Course 1
Doors and Windows - ARCHLine.XP Masterclass 3
Teamwork - ARCHLine.XP Masterclass 4
Lighting Plans - ARCHLine.XP Masterclass 5
Suspended Ceilings- ARCHLine.XP Masterclass 6
Curtain Walls - ARCHLine.XP Masterclass 7
ADVANCED COURSE - Interior Design
We highly recommend the Advanced Course Training Tutorial to our potential and current ARCHLine.XP® users who successfully completed the ARCHLine.XP Preliminary and Intermediate Courses.
After accomplishing Advanced Course, you will be able to execute more challenging and advanced design tasks.
Enjoy the successful design!
The course contains eight workshops:
- Layer Properties
- Layer Walk Tool
- Layer: The general property of objects
- Layer Control Mode
- Create a New Layer
- Move objects to New Layer
- How to Delete layers
- Layer filters
- Show visible layers only
- Layer variations
- How to use layers on plot layout
Using the design phases, it is possible to present the existing status and the new construction plan simultaneously in a single project file on the same drawing. Using phase filters, all stages of the design process can be demonstrated.
Renovating buildings or planning more complex projects is significantly simpler using the design phases.
- Design phases
- Phase filters
- Graphic overrides
- Design phases on the sheets
- Use an image to set the material of the door panel
- Convert a downloaded picture to door/window
- Door/window wizard
The Teamwork tools make available to work on the same project with your colleagues together. Every part of your project updates automatically so that the plan and the documentation are one coherent unit through the lifecycle of it. Teamwork allows simultaneous access to a shared model through the use of a central model.
- Renewed worksharing with Multi-user (team) mode
- Flow diagram for setting up Team project
- Setting up working areas
- Changing the editable status of working areas
- Work offsite or offline
- Update Local copy to central model
- Reassign elements to a different working area
- Convert Team project o single-user project
- Change active working area on the View Control Bar
The lighting plan shows how electrical items and wires are connected, where lights, light switches, socket outlets, and appliances locate. Therefore, it means to create several types of plans. These mostly depend on the project, designer, and expectations.
In this workshop, we demonstrate through an example of how you can create the following type of electrical plans:
- Wiring layout
- Socket layout
- Switches layout
- Lamp layout
We frequently use curtain walls as room dividers or as a building’s exterior such as a shop front. Because they can be installed in any size and design, you can create unique and visually stunning exteriors.
The curtain wall is a special wall and consists of the frame, panels, and mullions. Doors and windows can be inserted in the curtain wall. Since the curtain wall is based on the wall tool, you can apply wall tools such as resizing, editing, joining. Curtain wall behavior is the same as standard walls in connection to slabs, roofs and spaces.
We can solve many tasks with the curtain wall tool:
- create new curtain walls as a room divider or shop front
- convert existing walls to curtain walls
- join more curtain walls
- create unique and customized glass insets in the wall