ARCHLine.XP is filled with strong features for interior designers to help them visualize and communicate their ideas in a client-friendly 3D environment.
No previous CAD experience is required, allowing interior designers to create their own designs or amend existing plans.
Produce scaled plans, elevations suitable together with stunning 3D visuals and 360 panorama virtual home you can walk through.
An easy to learn, easy to use, fast and accurate software paired with a fair pricing model.
Capitalize on our user-friendly, One-Click features to quickly turn empty buildings into living, breathing spaces. Use our Room Maker tool to edit coverings, tiles, intricate wall details.
No CAD experience is needed to operate these tools, so you spend less time on training and more on the actual design.
A single platform that integrates your interior design work into one easy to use 3D panel.
Using this smart design method, starting from any room shape you can add doors, windows, finishes, lights, curtains, sockets, switches, cornices, skirting boards, or even pictures on the walls.
Visualization is a key part of the interior designer practise. High-quality and impressive presentations greatly affect the customer’s decision.
The sight of the near future will almost certainly stir up each clients’ emotions, and every designer knows how influential of the customers’ first reaction can be.
A poorly managed presentation can undermine a thoughtful, technically carefully designed plan, while beautifully executed visuals can make all the difference.
Use the architectural floorplans, sections, and wall views to aid your work. When it comes to presentation to your clients, rely on our photorealistic renders, mood boards,
or even allow your clientto enter the plan,with the aid of our 360 virtual panoramic view.
Create digital mood boards to show the visual directions of your plan. Boost up your presentations with an eye-catching design compilation which also helps the communication with
your clients at the early stages of your cooperation.
You can use ARCHLine.XP interactive Dynamic Section feature to temporarily cut away parts of your design, enabling you to
look inside your model.You can use Sections to create architectural section as well move and rotate the working plane.
A walk-through model can be part of a modern “movie” presentation. An animated film is moving along a predetermined path around the 3D model, and creates the illusion to the viewer as if he had been
walking around in a completed residential area.The advantage of animation compared to “virtual photo” is that the perception of space is more expressive.
It becomes palpable the location of furniture and identifies the potential bottlenecks, also the possible collision of door openings.
Bring your plan to life with the aid of furniture. Download objects from the 3D Warehouse straight into your plan, or use our built-in models.
Couldn’t find what you were looking for? Create your own! Design cabinets, KBB elements, and many more.
Customize size, style, the surface finishes to test multiple versions of the same layout in just minutes and keep the one you like best.
ARCHLine.XP has a strong CAD engine paired up with a user friendly approach. While the program handles the most import CAD commands, there is no need for previous experience or drawing skills.
Import existing drawings, turn your 2D plans into stunning 3D models, and add measurements and annotations for accuracy.
Using the software you have a great tool for drawing breathtaking interiors – make sure you share it with your clients via our fully customizable print layouts
Using the Wall command on DWG drawings allows you to convert lines from imported DXF/DWG drawings into 3D walls.
There are also a number of techniques to be used for placing doors and window openings.
ARCHLine.XP uses two stair definition methods. You can create and manipulate 3D parametric stairs with either regular or irregular shapes. Irregular or sketched stairs, are created with a step by
step method providing a group of boundary curves. Balustrades are associated with stairs and freely editable with any form of handrails and puppets.
Layers are a method of managing and controlling the visual layout of a drawing. Using layers you can group or separate the objects of the current drawing in various categories or folders,
and for example display only the architectural part of your project or temporary hide tiling or electrical accessories.
A group is a collection of objects you can create in ArchLine.XP which can then be assigned different properties or placed on separate layers.
The groups can then be moved or edited as one whole unit.
External references (XREF) let you embed another drawing into the one you are currently working on.