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The Future of BIM

New software promises to make a firm's design process more efficient, but some fear that it may sideline the architect's contribution.


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Paul Seletsky looks to the future of BIM.

Paul Seletsky, a digital design guru at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, looks to the future of BIM.

Side Benefits of BIM

Maybe you're tired of hearing that BIM promises a "revolution" in building design. Why adopt it now? Here are a few good reasons.

 

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Customer Stories

Case Studies

Stories of architects and engineers benefitting from BIM.

Sustainability Portfolio

Driving sustainable design awareness and adoption is one of the many benefits of building information modeling (BIM) technology. Autodesk...

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Award-winning ONL Architecture firm uses Autodesk Revit Architecture and Autodesk 3ds Max Design software to support conceptual design and...

 

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Educational White Papers

These white papers provide detailed information about the advantages of BIM—for predicting a building’s real-world performance before construction, creating sustainable designs, increasing efficiency, enabling new ways of working, and more.