BIM

 

BIM

  • Software Guru

    KPF'S James Brogan gives tips on how firms can make the transition from 2-D to 3-D design.

     
  • Rome Reborn

    In 1816, Lord Byron left his home in England and, after traveling through Belgium and Switzerland, eventually made his way to Italy, where he encountered, among other things, the Roman Colosseum. “A ruin—yet what ruin!” he wrote in the fourth canto of the long poem “Childe Harold's Pilgrimage.” It...

     
  • BIM Wars

    The battle for dominance in the 3-D modeling industry is heating up. Four updated software releases have tightened the race.

     
  • Fused Deposition Modeling

     
  • 3-D Ink-jet Printing

     
  • 3-D Generation

    Digital model-making is on its way to becoming an in-office practice, thanks to advances in 3-D printing technologies.

     
  • NYC Begins to Move Construction Files Online

    New York City's Department of Buildings has taken a critical first step toward digitizing the design and construction process, a move that will reduce the towers of paper—which average 300,000 pages per month—the agency receives.

     
  • The Software Executive

    It's no surprise that Jay Bhatt sees the future through a global lens.

     
  • Autodesk Focuses on BIM

    Software manufacturer Autodesk Inc. has made improvements to its suite of Revit products for building information modeling (BIM) and created an award for innovation in the implementation of the Revit platform.

     
  • Clips: April 2007

    News briefs from around the world of architecture.

     
 
 
 
 

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