The individuals in our Hall of Fame have demonstrated significant efforts and contributions within the broader Archicad community. They have been chosen by a 5 member committee using a framework to determine eligibility. New inductees will be added each year in an effort to provide ongoing recognition within the community.
Frank is an exceptional individual who has made an immense contribution to the Archicad community over the past two decades. He is an Archicad veteran, who started playing with Archicad in the 90s and became a beta tester in the early 2000s with Archicad 7. He is one of the GDL gurus in the Archicad Community. He started working in object development in 1995, and since then he has published a vast amount of information that he learned the hard way, to educate users about GDL.
Eugenio is a registered BIM consultant by Graphisoft. Throughout his experience in international projects, he developed his skills as a BIM expert creating his own methodologies and design processes to develop projects using BIM from the early stage through their whole life cycle.
Heimo has contributed with over 500 posts on Community and is highly regarded by others, sitting in the top 10 most liked authors. His YouTube Channel has over 1,000 videos dedicated to Archicad and GDL object functionality.
An architecture graduate and presenter at conferences and user group meetings in multiple countries, James has used Archicad since version 5.1. He has been continuously helpful on Archicad chat groups, posting usage tips, workflows, custom library parts and more. His blog at OnLand.info, begun in 2003, continues to be an important resource for users worldwide.
Founder of the ArchiCAD University series of Summer Schools in Nottingham 1998-2010 and Winter Schools in Austria 2003-2009. Writer of the 'GDL Cookbook' and other ArchiCAD-related publications 1998-2004, and globe-trotting teacher of GDL 1999-2007 with a bit of UK teaching since then.
Dwight is best known to the Archicad community for his over 7,000 posts on Archicad-Talk, his worldwide workshops, and his three books on creating meaningful imagery with Archicad: “Illustration in Archicad” (2002), “Lightworks in Archicad” (2005) and “The Atlantis Attitude” (2009). Dwight’s insight and advice go beyond any specific software. His general lessons about architectural illustration through composition, light, shadow, entourage, compositing and more are timeless.
Recognized in Italy as the "GURU" of Archicad and the GDL, he has also been a point of reference in Italy as a trainer and developer of BIM objects. Among his most important projects are to be mentioned, in the early 2000s, the plugins contained in ARCHISUITE (Architerra, Archiforma, Archistair etc.) by Cigraph and which made it possible to expand the potential of Archicad by making up for many markets needs not only Italian.