Welcome to the ASSA ABLOY Openings Studio™ website, designed exclusively for architects, contractors, distribution, and end user facility owners working in a 3D Building Information Model (BIM) environment.

ASSA ABLOY Openings Studio™ Professional Version (PRO) is our full-featured, password protected suite of BIM software tools for creating and visualizing 3D doors, frames, and hardware objects and modifying their associated parameters for use in design, construction, and facility management.

  • Web-based configuration engine instantly produces hundreds of “complete openings”, including curtain panel and custom frame/light applications, with schedulable associated parameters for downloading to libraries and projects.
  • Doors, hardware, floor plans, and 3D building view of openings can all be displayed in the exclusive PRO visualizer panel. 
  • Non-proprietary database includes variable pricing options to guide budgetary decisions and detailed 3-part specification sections.
  • Built-in links and workflow tools for RFI's, change managment, catalog and technical data sheets, installation and maintenance instructions, and sustainability and performance documents.

ASSA ABLOY Openings Studio™ Snap Version (SNAP) is a lighter version of our plug-in designed for exchanging Revit® door schedule information directly between architects and consultants working on door and hardware specifications. 

  • Easy uploading of Revit® door schedule(s) and PDF drawings to the specification writer, with no specialized training or time consuming parameter mapping.
  • Quickly import Hardware Set project and shared parametersto the Revit® model for use in door schedules saving time and manuel entry.


"Worked perfectly!!! I am loving this add-in."
Jennifer Swan, TowerPinkster

 "...upload (analyzing) and importing has been a time saver..."
"...virtually seamless collaboration with their hardware consultant..."
Curt Smock, Four Points Architectural Services, Inc. 

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