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Data Rich Architecture at Small and Medium Scales
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Francois Levy (MArch, MSE; AIA, AIAA), has taught digital design, BIM, and environmental controls courses at The University of Texas, UT San Antonio, and St. Edward's University in Austin at the undergraduate and graduate level. A practicing architect and partner at Levy Kohlhaas Architects, his projects have attracted regional and national press. Levy is the author of BIM for Small-Scale Sustainable Design and contributed to The Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice, 15th Edition, both from Wiley. Jeffrey W. Ouellette (Assoc. AIA, IES), is a technology and culture progress advocate for the built asset industry. Leveraging his past 30 years in CAD, architectural practice, BIM, software development and marketing, he provides independent consulting services for companies interested in buildingSMART International (bSI) open BIM standards, adopting modern business practices, and evolving industry culture to execute projects more effectively. Jeffrey acts as a buildingSMART International ambassador to organizations such as the American Institute of Architects and the Illuminating Engineering Society.
Acknowledgments vii Introduction ix 1 Digital Design 1 Introduction 1 What's Wrong with BIM? 7 Leveraging BIM Workflows in the Design and Delivery of Complex Projects 9 BIM in Academia: How BIM Is Taught 15 Conclusion 27 2 BIM Past and Present 29 A Brief History of BIM 29 The Right Project for BIM 33 BIM-Authoring Platforms and Technologies 34 Driving Model-Based Deliverables with the BIM Forum Level of Development (LOD) Specification 42 Industry Foundation Classes 46 Other BIM Interoperability 61 3 What Tools Mean 65 Introduction 65 BIM: What It Is and What It Isn't 68 The Myth of the Neutral Tool 82 Guiding Principles 85 4 Appropriate Technology 91 Introduction 91 Transitioning to BIM 95 5 Case Studies in Form Making 121 Introduction 121 The Case Studies 122 Conclusion 148 6 Case Studies in Digital Fabrication 149 Introduction 149 Case Studies 150 7 BIM Tomorrow: Trends in Technology 175 A Technology-Rich Future for the Profession 175 Digital Realities: Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Modes 176 Computational Design and Visual Programming Languages 185 LiDAR, Photogrammetry, and Point Clouds 193 Artificial Intelligence (AI) 196 Conclusion 201 Afterword 203 Index 207