Spaces is regularly in the news, with articles, interviews and podcasts published by a variety of industry press. Take a look at these to see what other people have to say about Spaces and sketch-based concept design.
allowing the various propositions to be managed quickly and easily, enabling the architect to focus on exploring the best option for each project developed.https://www.archdaily.com/996496/from-sketch-to-3d-model-a-tool-for-the-architectural-concept-design
…has created a compelling Apple Pen-driven user interface (UI) for sketching conceptual buildings in 3D, and has combined this UI with building intelligence…https://architosh.com/2022/07/aia22-architosh-awards-8th-best-of-show-honors-for-software-technologies-at-aia-national-chicago/
Spaces might look like a pretty simple tool, but it’s actually got a lot of hidden depth and capability, even though it only launched October 2021. The sketch and instant parametric model paradigm is very clever and means it’s fun to use and there’s not a lot of wrestling with the geometry to make it bend to your will. This isn’t Rhino Grasshopper or Hypar for architects who can script; it’s a tool for every architect.https://aecmag.com/concept-design/spaces-concept-sketching-and-modelling-for-the-ipad/
It has been delightful to find a conceptual design tool for architecture that not only runs on the iPad but is completely aligned to it in spirit and harnesses its full potential. Additionally, it also takes the concept of a building model and meshes it with drawing on the iPad, so that you are literally designing actual buildings on the iPad quickly and fluidly.https://www.aecbytes.com/review/2022/Spaces.html
…the iPad is merging the nature of trace paper (infinite roll) with the sketchbook, something that fewer architects seem to carry these days but is still incredibly useful. Spaces the app is simply a new form of trace paper.https://architosh.com/2022/02/tooltalk-spaces-1-3-is-a-conceptual-design-tool-for-ipad-for-architects/