London, UK 190,000 sq ft Interior Fitout Revit 2013 and Navisworks 2013 – BIM Level 2 Aon took the decision to consolidate their London property portfolio into two buildings 55 Bishopsgate and 122 Leadenhall, after the acquisition of another consulting firm. 122 Leadenhall will become Aon’s new Global HQ’s transitioning from their current HQ in[…]
London, UK 110,000 sq ft Interior Fitout Revit 2012 – BIM Level 1 This 170 year old, UK based business media-company, made the shift from print to online early on in the digital explosion, embracing technology and the web ahead of today’s competitors. In the move to their new office UBM wanted the space to[…]
North Eastern Europe 300,000 sq ft Interior Fitout of Data Centre Revit 2013 and Navisworks 2013 – BIM Level 2 Gensler’s Mission Critical specialists inherited the datacenter project after the client had a series of problems with the originally appointed consortium. Gensler assumed the role of fit-out architect for data halls C & D and[…]
London, UK 500,000 sqft Interior Fitout Revit 2012 – BIM Level 2 The project is comprised of two separate buildings which represent two important architectural periods. The Iconic Old School Building was built in the Neoclassical Style constructed circa. 1838. Gensler London have been appointed to carry out full design services for the building. The[…]
London 65,000 sq ft Interior Fitout from Cat A Revit 2012 – BIM Level 1 Nokia’s recent acquisition of their new North London Headquarters, situated in a well connected part of the city with national transport links, aims to entice a younger talent pool to the renowned communication technology company. The space is a 3-story[…]
I think that manufacturers can benefit from BIM, but only if they work to integrate with the BIM process. The trick is to understand the process that the BIM models and teams working on it go through and understanding how they can help with it. If your products can be delivered in forms that BIM programs understand and is useful to the team, then it will make it easier for them to include it on a project (i.e. specify it). Alternatively if you can utilise the BIM models for the production of your product, then it’s helps with the integration of your work into the BIM process.
So much of BIM is about integration. […]
London, UK 172,000 sf Interior Fitout from core and shell and minor exterior works Revit 2012 – BIM Level 1 This long term Gensler client requested we study the feasibility of continuing to occupy their existing headquarters building. The building, at 20 years of age, had reached the life expectancy of its fit-out as well[…]
Although many think Building Information Modelling (BIM) is just another Computer Assisted Design (CAD) program, it actually goes well beyond that. In fact it goes well beyond software alone because it is shaping the design process itself. The best way I can sum it up is “BIM is an architectural process of Virtual Design and Construction that through the heavy use of technology integrates and connects information with the virtual model.”
In layman’s terms, it means that we build the project before we build the project. […]
“how technology is taking the world of design into a whole new dimension”
As part of Digital Shoreditch festival, I presented the following presentation on May 29th. If the player below doesn’t work for you, you can always view it at the prezi site.. A video of the presentation will be coming soon.
Technology has long history in the world of design and architecture. Before there was social networking, search engines and email, the architectural industry made a big step from pencil drawings on velum to the digitized world of CAD drawings. Now 30 years later […]