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Save, Open and Export Project

You may save your Planary project at anytime to avoid losing your work. Save Project Go to ‘File’ → ‘Save’ and select a location from the windows browser. Open Project 1. Go to ‘File’ → ‘Open’ and select a location…

Mixed-Use Building

Planary allows you to create floors with multiple uses. In this article, we will see how to create a mixed used building. 1. Sketch your mixed-use floor plan using polylines.  In the following sketch, we have a residential building with…

3D World Map

Set Up Location 1. To turn the map on, go to Options → City Context → On. 2. To set project location, click on the map settings icon. 3. Search your location by address or by geo-location.  4. Select ‘Place…

Site Analysis

The Analysis Dashboard The analysis dashboard allows you to track the site and building statistics in real time. TFA  – (Total Floor Area) – The total floor area within the building, measured to the external face of the external walls. GFA…

Plan Your Site

Add A Site 1. Right-click on the browser window and click ‘Add Site’. 2. Pick a polyline from AutoCAD 3. The polyline is linked to Planary as a ‘New Site’. You can edit the polyline in AutoCAD at any time,…

Installation

Supported Versions Planary supports Autodesk® AutoCAD® versions 2018-2023 Installation The installation process is the same as any software windows installation. 1. Make sure AutoCAD is closed. 2. Double click on the installer file. 3. Click next in the welcome screen.…

Multi-View Plans

In a case of multi-use or complex building ,we would prefer to draw filled regions in different floor plan views. In this example, we sketched 3 different floor plans: Add Site 1. Right-click on the browser window and click ‘Add…

3D World Map

Set Up Location 1. To turn the map on, go to Options → City Context → On. 2. To set project location, click on the map settings icon. 3. Search your location by address or by geo-location.  4. Select ‘Place…

Save, Open and Export Project

You may save your Planary project at anytime to avoid losing your work. Save Project Go to ‘File’ → ‘Save’ and select a location from the windows browser. Open Project 1. Go to ‘File’ → ‘Open’ and select a location…