We are a well-established kitchen design and construction company in Rye, NY. We have been doing award-winning projects for over 20 years. We are looking for a creative and detail-oriented design assistant to join our team. The key role is to help the principal designer create beautiful 3-d renderings in Chief Architect for our clients, and then turn them into detailed plans and elevations for our field crews. All our cabinetry is built in our own millshop so knowledge of custom cabinetry and interior design is required.
Employee must be located near Rye, NY for interactions with our team, clients and our field crews. Some remote work might be possible once fully established.
Salary $60-$75K plus benefits. Thanks! Jennifer Howard
I'm pretty new to Chief Architect and I have a project with a pretty bizarre roof line. I'm SO close to connecting everything but I'm not sure how to have a roof slope in two different directions. I've attached images of the section of roof I'm interested in fixing (if it's possible). It's a triangle that connects to other roof sections at two of three corners. However, one corner sits high because that section needs to slope in two directions. I was hoping there was a way to select the two corners and simply join them and have the program figure out the slope needed for this but I can't seem to figure this out on my own. Anyone have any tips/tricks/advice?
Below is a OneDrive link to the .plan file I am working on:
I am using Chief Architect X14.
Thanks in advance
Hello, I'm new to chief architect and I'm trying to use this sink that I wants in my model but is not in the library so I have to download it from the website. But when I do it comes out in 2D and the 3D one doesn't come out like I want. I have downloaded the sink in drawing DWG, OBJ and I don't know what to do. The pictures at the bottom are the sink and what I get when downloaded. sink