Ashampoo Home Designer Pro 4 lets you plan and design your house in 3D

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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Ashampoo Home Designer Pro 4 is a powerful and versatile 3D planning tool to design, extend and furnish buildings. With the help of this software, you can design your dream house in 3D by creating professional-grade blueprints on your PC and become the architect of your own home.

Plan and design your house

Ashampoo Home Designer Pro 4 has everything you need to start building your dream house. The tool offers you access to multiple new objects through Google Sketchup and Collada model import.

Precise 3D previews are available for every planning step so that you can get a better picture of the entire house.  The previews feature furniture, lights, and surroundings as well. You can even plan roof-mounted photovoltaic installations.

Ashampoo Home Designer Pro 4 features

Here’s a list of all the features that Ashampoo Home Designer Pro 4 brings to the table:

  •  Mirror objects and 2D symbols with ease
  • Native 64-bit support – more speed, more stability
  • More intuitive with multifunctional ribbons
  • Smart, well-structured open and save dialogs with details view
  • Keyboard shortcuts for frequently used features
  • Advanced project diagnosis tool: Find and fix errors with ease
  • Design views: 2D, 3D, Cross-section
  • 3D constructions: 7 primitives, extrusion/rotation/sweep/subtraction solids
  • Building components: Walls, ceilings, windows, doors, openings, slots, skylights, solar elements, chimneys, beams
  • Measurements: Metric and imperial with precise dimensions
  • Input aids: Customizable reference points, construction aids, angle grid
  • Exterior lighting simulation
  • Freely positionable camera and viewing angles

Design & Construction Tools:

  • 3D raster elements for huge spaces
  • Ingenious 3D area processing
  • Roofing Wizard: Various material, cladding, rafters, eaves and gables settings, 7 dormer types
  • Stair Generator: 3 solid and wooden types (straight, geometrical, landing), handrails, wellholes
  • Topography Designer: 6 forms (hill, swale, plateau, wall, trench, slope)
  • Topography Designer: 4 terrain elements (bed, way, terrace, water course)
  • Customizable contours

Catalog (Object Library):

  • Access to multiple new objects through Google Sketchup and Collada model import
  • Over 380 new symbols for electrical, gas, water and security appliances
  • Construction elements: Doors, profiles, windows, solar elements, constructions (e.g. balconies, carports)
  • Objects: 2D (cars, people, plants, animals)
  • Objects 3D: Exterior (e.g. garages, garden appliances)
  • Components (windows, doors, columns, tiles, girder)
  • Interior (e.g. kitchen and bathroom appliances), people, basic forms, signboards
  • Textures: Exterior (grounds, grass etc.)
  • Building (wood, metal, plaster etc.)
  • 2D Symbols: Various symbols from different areas including appliances, building elements and other.

Ashampoo’s Home Designer Pro 4 price tag is $49.99. But, for our users, there is an exclusive deal: a 60% discount. The software is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, and Windows 7.

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