Building Information Modeling is among us for more than a decade and has proven itself to be a smarter and more efficient way to document and design buildings. So why is this collaborative workflow still not implemented in our education system? A quick search on the internet shows most architectural vacancies are for engineers/architects with Revit/BIM experience. Many of our graduates and interns learn how to design in a BIM environment on the job, but it would help if universities provides students with better understanding and training in how to use the latest design tools and methods to collaborate with others.
This years biggest annual Revit event was held in Washington DC from July 23–25 2015. It attracted more than 150 of the world’s top experts, instructors and bloggers. And I was happy to be able to participate, learn and share ideas and insights with this community of fellow design technology geeks! Meeting these people and seeing there examples inspired me to explore more technologies, methods and workflows to further optimize the use Revit in our office.
I am happy to present the world my latest website. This site started as a hobby and contains updated content of most of my academic & professional work and a blog for sharing news, tips and thoughts about BIM, architecture, Revit, DynamoBIM and other design technologies.
I worked hard to make this website size responsive for visitors to browse with any device. (go ahead try resizing your browser) I hope you guys like it and look forward to see you back soon for more news and updates!