The Leonardo da Vinci pilot project AVOCAAD (Added Value of Computer Aided Architectural Design) aims to innovate the use of computers in architecture. Hereto, new course materials and structures are developed. Focus is on new unusual ways to use software in Architecture. In this paper, we first describe the context using the general AVOCAAD statement. In order to give structure to the developed materials, a scheme was developed. This AVOCAAD scheme is given and described. Some examples of concrete course materials are given in the next section. In order to innovate in the architectural curriculum as well as in design offices, these materials will be available through the Internet. Hereto, a web-structure for the exercises was developed. Some experience and conclusions are given in the final section.