BIM Case Studies
ARCHICAD implementation at the right moment: Goiás Arena
July 22, 2019
A Case Study about ARCHICAD implementation at the right moment: Recognizing the need for agility and
speed in the development of a large and challenging project, Goiás Arena, with a delivery time of only
Based in Goiania, Brazil, Norden Architecture’s founding principles are quality, efficiency, creativity,
and the constant search for innovation, leading the firm to implement BIM on projects in the fields in
which they operate: residential, commercial, sports and hospitality.
Liuzhou Yaobu Ancient Town Sightseeing Pavilion – Zhejiang T.R. Architectural Design
July 1, 2019
China is one of the world’s ancient civilizations. Chinese architecture features the unique culture and
history of China. It is beautiful in shape, rigorous in structure — magnificent but exquisite, majestic
but elegant. The Treatise on the Architectural Methods of the Song Dynasty (Yingzaofashi) is an ancient
classic representing the top science and art of ancient Chinese architecture, recording valuable
materials of the system, practice, craftsmanship and set patterns of Song Dynasty architecture. Thus, it
is of far-reaching significance to the study of Chinese architecture and understanding its concepts and
Irina Viner-Usmanova Rhythmic Gymnastics Center in the Luzhniki Complex, Moscow, Russia
– Rendered image – Image courtesy of CPU Pride
Silence House Project | First Design Studio | Photo: Fariborz Alaghehband
The Scenario House
BIM collaboration Case Study on a domestic renovation and extension project in London
February 5, 2019
The partners of Scenario Architects of London, Maya Carni and Ran Ankory, has purchased a Victorian
terraced house to completely renovate, expand and adapt it to the scenarios of their own family. Working
on the director’s own house was an opportunity to fully utilize ARCHICAD, Scenario’s BIM tool of choice,
and test the extent to which a BIM collaboration can be effective when applied to a single residential
renovation and expansion project.
ARCHICAD: Revisiting | New opportunities for architects in the field of visualization
October 12, 2018
GRAPHISOFT has asked architects to share their own experiences in using ARCHICAD to apply unconventional
approaches, less-studied functions and new opportunities that many users may not be aware of at all.
This article, adapted from the GRAPHISOFT Russian case study site, reveals the detailed know-how of
creating stunning renderings using the built-in CineRender function in ARCHICAD.
Designing CHICKENVILLE - SKROZ d.o.o.
Chickenville Case Study
October 8, 2018
Located in Zagreb, Croatia, SKROZ is an award-winning architectural firm engaged in the research and
creation of space. Take a look at this “eggcellent” case study: an organic egg farm where children can
come and see all the processes from the egg nesting to the hens laying fresh eggs. This contemporary
farm has become one of the tourist attractions in the area, with children coming from many kindergartens
guided by professionals from the faculty of agriculture.
Hungarian State Opera House Survey - Auditorium white render - ©CÉH
A 130 Year-Old Story | The Architectural Survey of the Hungarian State Opera
August 3, 2018
CÉH Inc. of Budapest, Hungary was tasked with the enormous job of measuring and modeling the Hungarian
State Opera House as a precursor for the renovation and management of the historic building. The
combination of building surveying with geodetic methods and architectural 3D modeling, with the help of
point cloud technology, made it possible to develop a detailed 3D model of this elaborate building while
it remained in use.
Living Room - House 15 © HCF and Associates Rendering: CineRender and Photoshop
BIM-integrated design process | House 15
June 11, 2018
The Architects at HCF and Associates have used this residential project to implement a BIM-integrated
design process. From conception to construction, BIM has not only proven to minimize time and resource
consumption, it has also had a positive impact on the thought process and productive mindset of the
”G. Itoya” 3rd floor | Photo:
Using BIM for interior design
January 17, 2018
Specialized in façade and interior design, Ikeda is based in Yokohama, Japan. The firm launched a
full-scale BIM operation in 2015 and started working with ARCHICAD. This case study focuses on Ikeda's
latest renovation project, "Itoya," one of the largest stationary stores in Japan, and how they applied
BIM in the design and development of the interiors.
Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse | Photo: Hampus Berndtsson
Creating holistic architecture requires a sense of perspective
December 7, 2017
"For architects, digital tools reignite the joy of seeing their work being built." This is how
Charles Bessard links his company’s embrace of the latest digital tools with the basic satisfaction
architects get when they see their projects realized. BESSARDs' Studio takes pride in being a small
studio, since it allows them to control the entire architectural process. BIM generates a crucial
overview for the holistic approach of this architectural firm. Learn how BIM and ARCHICAD have become an
integral part of the firm's workflow.
Södersjukhuset in Stockholm
OPEN BIM Healthcare Design by LINK arkitektur
November 30, 2017
In this detailed case study, learn how one of Scandinavia's leading architecture firms used ARCHICAD to
tackle the task of rebuilding and expanding Stockholm Southern Hospital. The project included renovation
and extension of existing buildings, demolition of some older buildings and the addition of new ones to
the site. In total, the project expanded to 70,000 m2 (754,000 square feet) in 13 buildings with 3,000
rooms. LINK arkitektur's meticulous and patient-focused architecture resulted in the building design
receiving Miljöbyggnad Silver certification from the Swedish Green Building Council.
aflalo/gasperini integrates ARCHICAD in their design workflow in Brazil
October 9, 2017
Founded in 1962, aflalo/gasperini arquitetos operates throughout Brazil, in the areas of architecture and
urban design. Their scope of work covers site research and analysis, architectural concept development,
presentation drawings, pre-dimensioning and physical planning, construction documentation, and project
coordination, construction control and monitoring.
Two years after the pilot project, this well-known architectural firm is ready to consolidate and broaden
their use of ARCHICAD.
Parametric Conflicts: GDL vs GRASSHOPPER
October 4, 2017
This article was republished with permission from the author, Kirill Pernatkin, and reflects his
professional experience and perspective. First published as a blog. The case study investigates two possible
methods for designing a modular facade-system with repetitive elements. One of the two methods described
presents the Grasshopper-ARCHICAD approach, while the other uses the more traditional, parametric
Charles Perkins Centre | Architect: fjmt | Photo: © Keira Yang Zhang
The world needs more spiral staircases
August 10, 2017
ARCHICAD 21's iconic signature building is Sydney University's new Charles Perkins Centre. The firm
behind the Charles Perkins Centre, fjmt, is a multidisciplinary
design studio and one of the region’s foremost and awarded architecture and urban design practices. Now
owning 97 ARCHICAD licenses, fjmt was at the forefront of the industry in Australia, introducing desktop
CAD and PDF workflows in the 1990s.
A project the size of the Charles Perkins Centre comes with its own set of challenges and opportunities.
Hotel Tierra Patagonia | Architect: Cazú Zegers | Associate Architects: Roberto
Benavente, Rodrigo Ferrer | Photo: © Pía Vergara
Use of ARCHICAD in Structural Engineering
July 20, 2017
Valladares Pagliotti & Asociados, VPA, has developed more than 800 projects in structural
engineering. The firm uses ARCHICAD for their structural engineering work. We asked Enzo Valladares
Pagliotti, Managing Partner, Civil Structural Engineer, about their philosophy and unique workflow.
Architecture against malaria
June 13, 2017
Founded in 1978 by Marianne Ingvartsen, Ingartsen Architects is owned and led by architect Jakob Knudsen.
Ingvartsen Architects has conducted a wide array of architectural projects including design, building
construction, planning and client consultancy, covering a wide spectrum of development, renovation and
interior design. When approaching design tasks, the firm places great emphasis on
environmentally-friendly materials, and conservation of energy and water in every day use as well as
optimal indoor climate and working conditions.
BIM in Japan - Nikken Sekkei
April 7, 2017
With over 2,500 employees and projects in 40 countries, Nikken Sekkei is among the largest and most
successful architectural design firms in the world. We recently sat down with Tomohiko Yamanashi,
Executive Officer and Deputy Head of the Architectural Design Department, to discuss two of the firm's
recent, major projects, as well as the evolution of BIM.
Casa Magayon | Design: Roderick Anderson, SARCO
Architects Costa Rica | Photo: Andrés García Lachner
A Complete BIM Residential Project
Jan 30, 2017
SARCO Architects Costa Rica has employed a solid BIM solution for their residential projects from the
initial design to construction. Their award-winning Casa Magayon project was designed in 3D using
ARCHICAD from start to finish – the entire 2D documentation process was generated from the “live”
ARCHICAD model, with absolutely no content drawn in 2D. "It would be impossible to tackle complex
projects without a comprehensive tool like ARCHICAD," says Roderick Anderson, CEO & Design Director,
SARCO Architects Costa Rica.
Render of the ARCHICAD
model | © Michele Calvano and Mario Sacco, ArchiRADAR
Jan 11, 2017
This case study presents an architectural design workflow to create responsive and optimized shading
panels on a free-form high-rise project. This project was created by Michele Calvano and Mario Sacco at
ArchiRADAR and won first prize in the Algorithmic Design Meets BIM design competition sponsored by
Render of a building block
| © Team 345 - Toan Xuan Pham,Thinh Huang, Nguyễn Duy and Nguyễn Duy Cường
Nurturing Talent in Vietnam
Oct 11, 2016
The Ho Chi Minh City University of Architecture in Vietnam hosted the final round of the ARCHICAD BIM
competition on June 24, 2016. The winner was Team “345”. The competition was established in 2014, and is
organized by GRAPHISOFT Japan and Ho Chin Minh City University. It is sponsored by Kajima Corporation,
Okinawa Digital Vision, YKK AP FACADE, and several other firms. This year, close to 300 students
participated; the task was to design buildings in the densely populated area of a city. Read on to see
the submitted materials of
the top 3
Bandung, Java, Indonesia, © enzyme apd
From concept to BIM | Villa Patio
Aug 1, 2016
Located in Hong Kong, the architects at Enzyme used ARCHICAD to design a unique residence in Java,
Indonesia starting with the concept phase. According to the architects, using a design process that
involves BIM achieves the best result with a better use of time and resources in a much more accurate
A journey through light
July 21, 2016
ARCHICAD 20’s shimmering signature building, the Len Lye Centre, is New Zealand’s only single artist
museum. Its design is deeply influenced by the life, ideas, writings and work of the famous New Zealand
Kinetic Artist, Len Lye (1901–1980).
By using state-of-the-art BIM tools, Patterson Associates have created a concept design that has
resulted in a breathtaking, inspiring building, reaching far beyond the borders of New Zealand. Read
Nieto, Juan José Moyano, Fernando Rico and Daniel Antón
ARCHICAD and the Pavilion of
June 6, 2016
The Pavilion of Charles V, a Renaissance building located in Seville, Spain, was selected for a study
focused on managing information models in the field of architectural and cultural heritage
interventions. This work constitutes a project of intervention based on Heritage or Historic Building
Information Modelling, called the 'HBIM Project.' The outcome of this research demonstrated that BIM —
in this case ARCHICAD — has the tools necessary to model complex geometries that are typical of
architectural heritage. Learn how ARCHICAD was instrumental in mapping this historic building in
preparation for future restoration work.
Historic Dutch building gets a new lease on life with ARCHICAD
June 6, 2016
The social housing complex ‘Het Schip’ (the ship) was designed by Dutch architect Michel de Klerk in
1917, constructed in 1918, and delivered in 1919. Michel de Klerk is considered one of the main
architects who influenced the Amsterdam school style of architecture, with ‘Het Schip’ being a prime
example of this style. Learn how archivolt architecten renovated a nearly 100-year old residential
building using ARCHICAD, giving new life to this iconic structure in downtown Amsterdam.
Fukushima Catering Center designed with ARCHICAD
February 3, 2016
After the tragic accident of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster caused by the earthquake in March
2011, TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) focused their efforts on the reconstruction of Fukushima.
The project is estimated to last for 30 to 40 years. In order to ensure the safety of this long-term
project, the improvement of the working environment for the workers is important.
One of the first projects was to create a catering center to be able to provide warm meals for the
workers. Learn how the Maeda Corporation of Japan overcame a series of challenges to be able to
design and build this important building using ARCHICAD and BIM.
Coelacanth K&H Architects |
Photo: © Satoshi Asakawa
Yamaga Elementary School
January 26, 2016
In 2014, the JIA Japan architectural award went to Yamaga City Yamaga Elementary school designed by
Coelacanth K&H. Even for the architectural firm, which has received many prestigious awards and
is a leading figure of the atelier architectural firms of Japan, this particular project was
difficult and challenging. The supporting tools behind the creative work of the firm members, Kazumi
Kudo and Hiroshi Horiba, the main architects, and other staff were ARCHICAD and BIMx. We interviewed
the architects, Kudo and Horiba, about this project.
Traditional Wooden Constructions of Europe
November 2, 2015
Funded by the European Commission, this Leonardo Learning Partnership project set out to develop a
novel educational and technical solution for vocational education and training in the realm of
Traditional Timber Building. The project was initiated and coordinated by EK Association (Budapest,
Hungary) and brought together a broad partnership comprised of construction trade representatives,
architectural practices, timber processing companies, vocational schools offering carpentry and
architectural training and not-for-profit organizations active in the field of preservation of
historic monuments and traditional crafts.
Making Room for People
November 2, 2015
Learn how one of Austria's leading architectural firms used ARCHICAD to design and deliver two very
different, yet equally-challenging projects. The Liaunig Museum in Southern Austria is known not
only for its fantastic art collection, but also for the fact that 90% of the structure is located
underground. On the opposite end of the building spectrum, querkraft's Citygate Tower in Northern
Vienna soars 100 meters into the sky and is known for its playful facade and 'vertical Main Street'
Coste Architectures | Saint-Nazaire Aquatic Center
Winning competitions with OPEN BIM
October 15, 2015
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together” is an African proverb that
Emmanuel Coste likes to cite to describe his collaborative and proactive approach to architecture
and project management. The architectural firm directed by Emmanuel Coste became the standard-bearer
for the design of complex projects, brought to life by innovative technologies; a reference for high
environmental quality that unites a broad multidisciplinary team.
Green building with BIM
ARCHICAD helps achieve the accuracy needed to build sustainable modular homes
May 15, 2015
See how ARCHICAD helps achieve the accuracy needed to build sustainable modular homes in this case
study about the Ecohouse 3.0. Designed by Barcelona-based NOEM, the Eco-house 3.0 is a bio-climatic
and technological house, built in record time using a 100% digital process. It features a modern and
cozy design with advanced technology that allows full automation from a smartphone and achieves
maximum energy efficiency.
© Brett Boardman
Collaboration is Key for the Future of Architecture
Sydney Adventist Hospital (San), Wahroonga
May 5, 2015
This case study offers an interesting look at how MBMO Architects of Sydney, Australia, used ARCHICAD
to design the recent $200 million redevelopment of the Sydney Adventist Hospital (San), Sydney’s
largest and oldest private hospital. MBMO designed and delivered The San Master Plan and Stage 1
Redevelopment, which involved 7 projects including the LW Clark 13-storey clinical tower that
accommodated 12 new operating theatres, 4 radiology bunkers, a large medical imaging department and
180 beds for the maternity, women’s and children’s wards.
KOZ architectes - Tête en l’Air
KOZ architectes and ARCHICAD
Winner of ArchDaily Building of the year 2014
May 4th, 2015
Christophe Ouhayoun and Nicolas Ziesel founded Koz Architects in 1999 with the goal of developing
expressive and cheerful architecture, founded on discussion, experimentation and “creative
democracy,” open to any situation that drives social and environmental innovations ever further. In
this case study you'll learn about the project that convinced them to move from 2D to 3D and why
they've never looked back ever since.
Science and Technology Museum in Poland
Preserving the past with modern technology
Science and Technology Museum in Poland
February 23, 2015
The New Center of 1929 in Lodz, Poland is a renovated former heat and power station complex in Lodz.
The building now serves as a regional center of culture and arts. This area of former factories will
become a crucial part of the “New Lodz City Center.” The use of ARCHICAD software to build a 3D
model of both the exteriors and interiors of the buildings greatly facilitated the creation of the
design for the competition. This project is a fascinating example of how modern design software can
save and revitalize significant buildings for use by future generations.
ARCHICAD and Artlantis overcome design challenges.
November 18, 2014
Butterfly Square is a landmark building, which provides a new urban center in Halland, on the West
coast of Sweden. The greatest challenge was to create a fully working BIM model, one which produces
beautiful informative drawings, while also offering realistic visualisations.
ARCHICAD and Artlantis for small firms
September 5, 2014
We recently caught up with Curt Cline of Modern House Architects in Burlingame, California. An
award-winning architect, Curt draws inspiration from Mid-Century or Classic Modern architecture,
blurring the boundaries between the natural world outside and the created world inside.
© Rene de Wit
Mastering Precision - Erasmus Pavilion, Rotterdam
July 1, 2014
The new Erasmus University Rotterdam Student Center is located at the heart of a new master plan for
the University area. Designed in combination with De Zwarte Hond, it is set to become a vibrant and
central meeting point on the campus where research meets business and science meets culture.
Sustainability, usability, transparency, and intimacy are the main objectives for the design of the
BIG BIM for the conceptual architect
May 15, 2014
BIG has taken BIG steps in implementing ARCHICAD as their main BIM tool in their Copenhagen office.
Jakob Andreassen, the firm's BIM manager, tells us why they chose ARCHICAD over Revit moving
BIM technology to develop retail solutions
May 09, 2014
kommadesign in Denmark has adapted BIM to their retail design workflow. The firm is convinced that
the use of BIM could benefit both the small and large business in retail industry.
Arkitektgruppen Cubus AS © Studio Gohde
Mo I Rana Waterfront competition winner
March 31, 2014
The Norwegian firm Arkitektgruppen Cubus AS from Bergen won first prize for the Mo i Rana Waterfront
competition in February, 2014. The firm has used ARCHICAD for 16 years, taking advantage of both the
BIM Server and OPEN BIM. Read more...
HDR|Rice Daubney and Obayashi Corporation
Open BIM Victory at Build Sydney Live 2013
February 3, 2014
In November 2013, HDR|Rice Daubney of Australia and Obayashi Corporation of Japan won the award for
Best Use of BIM for Design, Drama, and Excitement at the Build Sydney Live event. The success of
their collaboration depended on their use of Open BIM and GRAPHISOFT ARCHICAD Teamwork through
the BIM Server. Read more...
Trotter Architects - Faith Lutheran College
OPEN BIM Collaboration Pilot: The Faith Lutheran College Secondary School
February 3, 2014
Fulton Trotter Architects chose this project as a pilot project for BIM collaboration with the full
consultant team – Land Surveyor, Civil Engineer, Structural Engineer, Hydraulic Consultant,
Mechanical Engineer and Electrical Engineer – in order to trail the capabilities of FTA and the
consultant team to create a fully coordinated BIM. Read more...
Music Center, Art1st Design Studio www.art1st.hu
Photo © Peter Kis
Budapest Music Center
December 5, 2013
An architecturally and culturally unique institution, the Budapest Music Center is one musician’s
30-year dream come true. ARCHICAD contributed to keeping the costs low and the schedule on time.
ARCHICAD’s Teamwork function was also the key for the team to work efficiently.
Taiwan Tower by Douglas Muir, RA, BArch, NCARB and Mark Flamer, PE
The power of Open BIM in the face of tight deadlines
November 12, 2013
The collaboration between GRAPHISOFT ARCHICAD and Nemetschek Scia Engineer proves to be a good
combination to tackle tight competition deadlines. An architect and a structural engineer managed to
create a thorough documentation of their project within just four weeks.
Grand Beach Hotel Surfside © MB Development
Grand Beach Hotel Surfside in Miami
October 15, 2013
MB Development established a highly successful BIM workflow which includes the use of GRAPHISOFT MEP
Modeler™ and GRAPHISOFT BIM Server. The firm also utilizes BIM for facility management throughout
the lifecycle of the building.
Wilson Architects + Donovan Hill – image: © Alex Chomicz
TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
June 26, 2013
TRI is conceived as a series of interconnected places to enable a community of research. From the
intimate to the expansive, the building acknowledges the diverse communities that make up
Translational Research Institute. It enables both the intensity of scientific research and a range
of opportunities for collaboration. Its Internal fitout and landscape design as well as the
documentation of the building was done using ARCHICAD with teamwork function in collaboration with
Revit Architecture in which the façade and public area were designed...
Villa Stoliv – Enforma Ltd. – photo: © Nenad Mandić
Beyond Tradition - Villa Stoliv
May 27, 2013
“Denying a history is impossible; to blindly obey it is unproductive and artistically unacceptable.
However, investment is a lot more important: we neither can disavow the past, nor utilize it
lightly. Both tradition and the future are conquered by creative efforts, profound studies of
architectural language spirit, and practice.”
Skuratov Architects | Photo © Ilya Ivanov
The ARCHICAD 17 Signature Building
Multifunctional dwelling in Moscow, Russia
May 17, 2013
ARCHICAD 17’s ‘signature building’ is located very close to the wide, open spaces of Poklonnaya Gora
and the valley of the Setun River. Its design was dictated by the existing urban terrain and
originally consisted of two, slightly differing yet symmetrical pairs of buildings. The first of
this pair was conceived and constructed as an urban accent to be seen from well-known observation
points throughout Moscow.
headquarter of Aarhus University,
School of Engineering, Denmark
BIM as a working method for
800 engineering students
May 8, 2013
At Aarhus University, School of Engineering in Denmark, there are 800 construction engineering
students at the Bachelors level. Here, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a regular part of the
curriculum, with a focus on structural and MEP modeling with model exchange between applications for
analysis and calculations via IFC.
© Constantin Meyer, Köln
Build for the Future
April 17, 2013
Sustainability: A term so over-used, that it has become difficult to use. The same goes for
“sustainable building,” a standard phrase that is everywhere but is often too nebulous and vague,
like the “organic” label on our food.
© Larkas & Laine Architects Ltd.
Challenges Create Capabilities
February 12, 2013
Solibri Model Checker and ARCHICAD Enhance BIM and Quality Assurance for Larkas & Laine
Architects, one of the largest architectural offices in Finland. The company has invested heavily in
building information modeling on demanding design projects, placing great emphasis on modeling
capabilities and internal quality control.
© MIX StudioWorks, Inc.
The Nanjing World Trade Center
January 28, 2013
Nanjing World Trade Center (NWTC), designed by global architectural firm MIX, was delivered from pre
concept through a completed design development phase in just a few months. NWTC’s site is set amid
Nanjing’s Hexi New City in China, the emerging district for large scale, mixed-use developments.
© Emile Ashley
Vennesla Library & Cultural Centre
October 10, 2012
The new library in Vennesla comprises a library, a café, meeting places and administrative areas, and
links an existing community house and learning centre together. All main public functions have been
centered into one generous space...
© Patrick Reynolds
The Rock, Wellington Airport
October 10, 2012
A radical departure from contemporary airports worldwide, preoccupied with the imagery of lightness
and flight, the Rock terminal evokes instead the anchoring qualities of the land that rises to meet
planes as they touch down and the coast that recedes away from them as they depart.
Image: © Bond
The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre
May 25, 2012
Collaborative Design makes a big impact for Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre. With the
increased complexity of projects, it is imperative that more consistent standards of design and
construction are adhered to.
Image: © Bond Bryan Architects
Community Insight and Feedback key in design of Shirebrook Academy
May 25, 2012
"BIMx is an incredibly powerful tool. It enables anyone to explore the building model, to understand
what it is all about – and to share their thoughts and ideas with the rest of the community. Isn’t
this the best way to achieve the best design?"
Using the Best Teamwork Skills to Deliver the Best Projects
May 25, 2012
HLM Architects uses ARCHICAD Teamwork to optimise its design resources. The ‘one team culture’ is a
core principle of its business and continues to generate a high degree of intra-office working and
The Rural Regeneration Centre of Hadlow College
The Rural Regeneration Centre in Kent, designed using ARCHICAD, is the UK’s First Certified
Passivhaus Educational Building.
2030 Architects Ltd.
EcoDesigner information is key to gaining Planning Consent
2030 Architects Ltd works throughout Cumbria and the North West to create high quality Low Carbon
buildings and environments for existing and future generations.
Axis Design Architects
Using PassivHaus construction principles to create affordable, energy efficient homes
2030 Architects Ltd works throughout Cumbria and the North West to create high quality Low Carbon
buildings and environments for existing and future generations.
© Constructive Thinking Studio Ltd.
Making Old become New, and Efficient!
Constructive Thinking Studio, based in Liverpool, is a design-led practice which has quality of
design at the heart of its role. Very experienced in sustainable design the Practice is fully
accredited Code for Sustainable Homes, On Construction Domestic Energy Assessor (ONDEA), and advises
on early-stage energy strategies.
BIM modelling – a useful tool for the City of Helsinki
Originally published in ArchiMAG
The City of Helsinki encourages the use of building information modelling as it enables the city to
acquire more and better information on its properties and to maintain them more easily.
© Bond Bryan Architects
Setting new standards in workforce management and implementing and teaching Teamwork was a
significant effort for Rob Jacksons studio before working on the BIM model for The Academy but was
the right choice, nonetheless.
© Claus Graubner
Rectangular and simple - this description certainly doesn't apply to the new Science and Congress
Center in Darmstadt! On the contrary -- the complex acts as an expressive, angular sculpture with a