1. Do I need to register in order to download BIM objects?

Yes. A quick, 2 minute registration is required in order to download BIM objects from

2. How much does it cost to use the BIM objects you provide? is free of charge. Only a quick registration is required.

3. I am now registered. How do I download BIM objects?

Before downloading your preferred objects, you have to find them and that is where our search bar comes in handy. Type in the name of the manufacturer or the type of product you are looking for and browse the results. To further narrow your search, use the filters placed on the left hand side of the screen. After you’ve made your decision, click the format you’d like the object to be downloaded in (these are found under the manufacturer’s logo) and then you are good to go.

4. Is there a limit of objects I can download?

No. lets you download as many BIM objects as you want.

5. What if I found BIM objects that I want to download but they are not customised to the software I work in?

We are continually expanding our offering of supported softwares. So, if you’d like a model in a format, that we are not currently offering, click on ASK FOR OBJECT, fill in the form and send it to us. We will try to respond as soon as possible. Alternatively, try to import the .3DS or .OBJ format files in your software.

6. What if I don’t find the object that I am looking for?

If you can’t find the object you are looking for, please click on ASK FOR OBJECT, fill in the form and send it to us. If your request matches our selection criteria and if it satisfies a certain number of requests, then we’ll most certainly pick it up. When the model will be finished and added to you will be notified via e-mail.

7. The pictures that accompany the BIM objects have textures, yet the models I downloaded don’t. What did I do wrong?

Don’t worry, you didn’t do anything wrong. The models that we provide don’t have textures. You can add/change textures in the software that you are using. Also, please check the product sheet provided to see all the available information about the product.

8. Are your BIM objects different than others? strives to be the first go-to-place for professionally sourced BIM objects. How is it that we do this? By providing the best models for all our users. Coming from an architectural background, we know how the design process works and the loopholes inherent in it. We also know that users are different and have various needs and expectations. Combining this with the cumbersome process of integrating highly complex models that slow down even the most powerful computers, interrupting the workflow, our offering has been tailored both aesthetically and functionally.

Therefore, on, you’ll find both low-poly and high-poly BIM objects of furniture, carefully curated from across a wide range of furniture producers. The low-poly 3D models look amazing and provide you with the in-software speed and ease of movement you always wanted. The high-poly, BIM objects, satisfy even the most perfectionist user. Currently the .MAX and .OBJ formats are high-poly and all the other low-poly. In addition, you can see the size of our 3D models before you download them which means you will never be blindsided by long downloading times and storage problems.

9. Should I download all the objects and keep them in my computer?

There is no need for you to fill your computer memory with BIM objects. That is because you will always find them here, on Also, from personal experience, we know how hard it is to keep them organised. That is why, you can access them in the favorite section of your account or use the search bar and filters to find the models you are looking for. Additionally, this will also save you a lot of time.

10. Where can I find additional information about the objects on

All the BIM objects on are accompanied by further informations and functions such as: a link to the object page on the manufacturer’s website and a product sheet. For some formats, like the .gsm (ie. Archicad Graphisoft objects), you will find all the information embedded in the object and visible once the object has been opened in the software.

BIM objects for better, smarter designs
Bimarium offers a curated range of BIM objects of iconic pieces of furniture
that is both useful and inspiring