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Subscribe to the latest version of SketchUp Pro for access to the full-featured desktop app, premium browser-based modeller and unlimited cloud storage. Explore and showcase your work with SketchUp Viewer apps for AR, VR and mobile platforms.
This brand-new climate research tool helps you to understand the local environment surrounding your project before you start modelling in 3D. Intuitive sun path diagrams show you the areas of your site that need to be shielded from overheating sun. And it doesn't just flag the issues; PreDesign suggests effective glazing, shading, and top-lighting strategies for each face of your building. PreDesign improves design outcomes - projects will be better informed, and designers will have more information to influence preliminary solutions.
Improved Tag Management
Complex models involve managing long lists of tags and scenes. SketchUp 2021 makes this much easier with the inclusion of Tag Folders and Tag Filtering. Tag Folder mean you can organize, and catalog tags based on attributes, building levels, or design options. This feature is also available in LayOut. Tag Filtering makes it a lot easier to search for tags in your model and quickly control individual tag visibility, make tag-based selections in the modelling window, or edit tag properties and styling.
There's a new type of configurable object for SketchUp 2021: Live Components. A successful model is one that can easily accommodate iterations and allow for rapid change so let Live Components do some of the heavy lifting for you. Customize dimensions and sizes for repeated object use; quickly add rich context and adjust in real-time to produce more detailed designs in less time; or rapidly iterate large sets of components all at once as project requirements change. Live Components can be found in 3D Warehouse and are available for you to download and configure right in SketchUp with SketchUp's latest version.
A fun fact: Live Components is the first feature to be released under a new program called 'SketchUp Labs'. SketchUp Labs represents a new initiative to incorporate user community feedback into future product development processes of SketchUp - a sneak peek into the future of SketchUp. Join the forums for discussions on the future direction of Live Components or provide feedback if you encounter issues.
There's a reason SketchUp is synonymous with intuitive and user-friendly 3D design software: SketchUp doesn't sacrifice usability for functionality.?Start drawing lines and shapes.?Push and pull surfaces to turn them into 3D shapes.?Stretch, copy, rotate and paint to create anything you want.
The easiest way to draw in 3D
LayOut is an extra application that comes with SketchUp Pro allowing you to create professional presentations of your SketchUp Pro models in an instant.?With LayOut you can place SketchUp Pro models in multiple views on a template and provide graphic elements such as titles, arrows, dimensions, logos and photos for printing or screen presentations.?LayOut brings the "feel" of SketchUp into 2D space in an incomparably beautiful way.
3D Warehouse contains millions of models created in SketchUp that you can import straight into your own model. Need an oven for the kitchen you're designing? A car for your driveway? A rhino for your zoo? Find it all in 3D Warehouse, the world's biggest library of free 3D models. You can also find a model from a trusted manufacturer. With manufacturer partners like Herman Miller, Formica, Thermador and many others, 3D Warehouse is the best place to find a model of a specific, real-world object. Now when you specify an oven for a kitchen, you can be sure you're working with accurate geometry, not to mention beautiful models.
SketchUp Pro opens up to a whole new world of game changing extensions - from photo-realistic rendering software such as V-Ray, Enscape, and SU Podium to general industry productivity plug-ins like Dibac, Profile Builder and PlaceMaker. All of which can help save you hours of work and supercharge your design projects.
StyleBuilder is an extra application that comes with SketchUp Pro that allows you to create your own sketchy-edge style. Use your favourite pen, pencil or marker and scan the lines.?StyleBuilder will then convert these lines back to SketchUp lines, creating your own unique style.
Because your SketchUp models may reside in different places, the SketchUp MobileViewer allows you to access your models from?3D Warehouse,?Trimble Connect, and?Dropbox. The free mobile app gives you the ability to open SketchUp models on your phone that are attached to email messages, directly from your mail app.
Present and Document
LayOut and SketchUp Pro are designed to work together and allow designers to effectively communicate projects with all levels of stakeholders in order to keep projects on track. LayOut is packed with tools and features to help you create high-quality documents and presentations of your SketchUp models. After you insert a SketchUp model into a LayOut document, you can design the document to highlight your 3D model's best features. Rest assured, If you ever need to revise your original SketchUp model, your LayOut document will sync automatically to reflect your changes.
Export and Share
Publish imagery and animations, export for VR, create documents and BIM reports with IFC references. Evolve your design in other applications by exporting to formats including DXF, DWG, OBJ, 3DS, DAE, and more.
A Flexible Platform
Design, define, and plan at every stage of your project. SketchUp Pro allows extensive customisation for your designs and for your reports allowing you to adapt to your industry's specific design standards. The Extension Warehouse contains over 400 plugins that layer additional tools and features on top of SketchUp. Free and paid plugins are available for industry-specific workflows such as rendering analysis and 3D printing.
Enhance your design research with a new tool from SketchUp
Climate data insights your clients will love climate insights
Get the valuable data you need to leverage climate insights for your project, before you begin in 3D.
Generate useful insights and graphics fast
- Quickly access the graphics and environmental design research and talking points you need to introduce climate factors early in your design process.
- Identify the most effective strategies for your climate and green building type, and arrive at the best architectural design response using local weather information.
- Make a clear case to clients and colleagues for a winning concept while creating eco-friendly architecture.
See what you can do with SketchUp PreDesign features
Shading and glazing
- Get instant feedback on which shading solutions are best for your design.
- Identify the best glazing options for getting good daylight into your building.
- Understand the climate's impact on your architectural design through architectural design research.
- Discover which strategies and features you need to make outside space more usable.
What is SketchUp Viewer?
Your models - anywhere you are! SketchUp Viewer Download enables you to store and share 3D models on your iOS or Android mobile device. Offline viewing is also available for convenience. SketchUp Viewer for Mobile is designed to give you the ability to freely install the app and use it to explore either the demo models or your own models.
SketchUp Mobile Viewer
Work doesn't just happen at the office anymore. The SketchUp Viewer allows you to easily access your designs on iPhone, iPad, or Android phone or tablet. You can download and view your public or private SketchUp models that have been uploaded to 3D Warehouse, Trimble Connect, Dropbox, or the Files option on your device. You can also transfer files directly to your phone or tablet (for example, via iTunes on iOS) or by opening SketchUp file attachments that were sent via email.
Experience the power of orbit on your phone and tablet. Position cameras and use multi-touch gestures to orbit, pan, zoom and look around your SketchUp models wherever you happen to be. You can also select from preset Scenes to quickly hop around projects or play fly-through animations. Use Mobile Viewer to give your client a guided tour of the design, on the fly.
Present on the go
Whether you're at an informal one-to-one client meeting or presenting to a large team, work isn't limited to one location or a 9-5 anymore. Get efficient collaboration, signoff's, and work remotely with colleagues by accessing your 3D models anywhere. Open .SKP files from wherever you are. Connect to 3D Warehouse, Dropbox, Google Drive, or Trimble Connect, or simply grab models from your email inbox. It's easy to save projects for offline viewing, so there's no need to worry about an Internet connection during important presentations.
Your models, your way
With section planes, orthographic and perspective cameras, layer visibility, Xray mode, edge and face styles, you can compose customized views of your model quickly and simply. Need to view a bird's-eye of a building? How about an interior section elevation? See it in your mind: show it on the SketchUp Mobile Viewer.
Experience your designs in virtual reality
Immerse yourself in the project with the SketchUp Viewer for Mobile app. Augmented reality (AR) viewing capabilities enable you to view your 3D models within the context of your existing physical space, allowing you to step into the model at full scale. With AR, you can iterate faster on designs by experiencing your models in 3D, communicate your ideas more effectively, and wow both your clients and co-workers - whether they have access to SketchUp or not.
Access to the AR feature in the SketchUp viewer for ARKit (iOS) and ARCore (Android) requirements are as follows:
All devices should be compatible with OpenGL ES 3.0 and have at least 1024MB of RAM.
- Operating System: iOS 10 and later
- Phones: iPhone 5 and later
- Tablets: Retina iPads
- SketchUp Viewer Ipad
- Operating System: Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow) and later
- Phones and Tablets: 4-inch screens and higher - MDPI, HDPI,
XHDPI, XXHDPI resolutions
- Operating System: iOS 11 and later
- Phones: iPhone 6s and later
- Tablets: iPad Pro or a 2017 iPad or later
- Operating System: Android 7.0 (Nougat) and later
What is SketchUp Style Builder?
Style Builder is part of the SketchUp Pro subscription package. Style Builder allows you to create your own 'sketchy' edge style from lines you have drawn yourself - whether that's on paper, or via a digital image editing program.
The Style Builder interface includes these features:
Menu bar: Create or open files and generate templates for drawing your own strokes. The menu bar also has options for loading stroke libraries, setting preferences, and changing the model you see in the Preview pane.
Strokes tab: Import stroke libraries from a template, folder, or other style into the Strokes tab. You can import several stroke libraries onto this tab.
Settings tab: Set global options for your strokes, such as how the strokes fade and what effects apply to the strokes. The Settings tab is also where you name a style.
Sets pane: Drag and drop strokes from your stroke libraries into the Sets pane. Each style typically has 3-5 sets of strokes, where each set is a different stroke length. Each set typically has at least 3 strokes so that your drawn images vary a bit, making the style look hand-drawn when applied to a SketchUp model. You can adjust a few options for the strokes in the Sets pane using the drop-down lists at the top of the pane.
Preview pane: At first the model preview looks blurry, but as you add strokes to the Sets pane, you see a preview of your style in the Preview pane. You can use the tools at the top of the Preview pane to orbit, pan, zoom, and toggle shadows when you change the model that appears in the preview.
Managing a Style Builder Workflow
SketchUp LayOut Style Builder lets you put your own personal stamp on a project so let's look at a simple workflow using it:
- Open a new or existing Style Builder file.
- Draw the strokes you want for your sketchy edge style either by hand and then scan or in a template you generated already.
- Import the strokes you want to use. They will appear as a stroke library on the Strokes tab.
- Drag and drop strokes from a stroke library to the slots for their corresponding length. You can make any adjustments on the Sets pane.
- Select how you want strokes to fade, the colour, and the edge effects using the Settings tab. Don't forget to give your style a name!
- Once you're happy with your sketchy style, save the .style file.
- In SketchUp, you can use the Mix tab to insert your sketchy edge style to your SketchUp model.
What is SketchUp Layout
LayOut takes your 3D model into 2D space; it's the tool for creating documentation from your SketchUp model as a 3D to 2D converter. You start in SketchUp, draw your project and create scenes to show the different views. then you can send the file to LayOut, add dimensions, labels, other text, photos, or whatever else you need to help communicate your project.
Model and Document
When you're working with multiple SketchUp model viewports in Layout, you can add corresponding scenes in your SketchUp model. So, if there's a particular camera angle you want to use in LayOut, it'll save you time in the long run to open the model in SketchUp and create a scene with the view you want.
Follow these steps to associate a scene you've created in SketchUp with a model viewport in an existing LayOut file.
Make beautiful drawings
LayOut brings the "feel" of SketchUp 2D drawings into 2D space in an incomparably beautiful way. Line work, shadows, textures, text, dimensions, title blocks: all exactly the way you want. Annotations allow both you and the client to communicate confidently to push the project forwards,
Intuitive vector drawings
LayOut's drawing tools are just like SketchUp's: simple, smart, and fun. And everything you draw is vector smart so you have infinite resolution and smooth crisp lines. Scaling and rotating can be done with the utmost precision
Dimension, detail, explain
Use dimensioning tools that snap to the edges of SketchUp models and quickly set the format, scale, and precision of displayed measurements.