AutoCAD Architecture Toolset

AutoCAD Architecture toolset gives you all the tools you need to complete your projects faster and scale your project pipeline. Boost architectural design and drafting productivity by up to 61%* with time-saving features and task automation:

  • Access our library of 8,500+ architectural components, including multilevel blocks, Make use of over 8,500 intelligent architectural components, including multi-level blocks, to support various layer standards. Should one of the pre-existing layer standards not meet the needs of your project, you can create your own by customizing an existing one.
  • Automatically generate floor plans, elevations, sections, and ceiling grids
  • Quickly place walls, doors, and windows with real-world construction
  • Drawing version management. Check out and check in files to maintain versioning, prevent unauthorized modifications, and ensure drawing integrity. Easily revert to an earlier version of your drawing with comments history, and view the drawing name appended with check-in time
  • Support for layer standards. The toolset creates multiple layers according to the current standard, using predefined layer standards and matching layer key styles. This lets you automatically generate layers as needed when you add objects to a drawing.
  • Display System. With the Display System, you only have to draw an architectural object once. The appearance of that object will change automatically to meet the display requirements of different types of drawings, view directions, and levels of detail
  • Designing with space and zone objects. Enhance your design options. Organize reports with spaces, and use zones to structure spaces into various groups, according to different schemes
  • Detail Component Manager. Use the Detail Component Manager dialog box to seamlessly navigate between different detail component databases. A hierarchical tree view and a filter feature make it easy to locate individual components within a database.
  • Architectural renovation. Display existing, demolished, and new construction in a single drawing. This lets you design and produce renovations more quickly, while avoiding errors typically caused by editing multiple drawings