Zaha Hadid Architects (Implementation Study Excerpt from the BIM Evaluation Study Report)

On March 31, 2016, the AEC industry lost one of the world's leading architects, Zaha Hadid. In memoriam, AECbytes is publishing this except from its 2010 BIM Evaluation Study Report, which explored the implementation of BIM applications at various firms, one of which was Zaha Hadid Architects.

BIM in Low Cost and Temporary Housing

While BIM has proven its value as the next generation AEC technology for buildings primarily intended for the upper half of society, can it also help in designing low-cost housing that is direly needed for the millions of people who live below the poverty line in so many parts of the world, as well as temporary ...

Technology Solutions for AEC Exhibited at Autodesk University 2015

This article provides an overview of several third-party AEC technology solutions that were on display in the Exhibit Hall at Autodesk University last month, including the versatile visualization and analysis tool, Fuzor; energy analysis tools such as Sefaira, IESVE, and ElumTools; the powerful stand-alone visualization ...

Automating Code Compliance in AEC

This article looks at why the process of getting building approvals from regulatory agencies remains very much a 2D process, with the building drawings still being checked manually for code compliance, when much of it could have been automated if a BIM model was being used. It explores the various automated ...















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