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AS323523 - How to Document a Tower with More Than Forty Different Floor Plates

Session Description

This course will present a case study of a residential tower in Sydney, Australia. A unique design with completely different floors required a new approach to documentation. Dynamo had been extensively used to create and manage all the unique elements. More than 45% of all Revit elements were created using automated workflows. This course will focus on understanding the challenges in automation of such a vast amount of Revit elements; learning how to choose between an intelligent or brute force approach; and what we have learned by documenting the same building twice. Understand how a variety of multiple Dynamo definitions had been used to create specific elements. Learn efficiency differences between groups and links. The design of a multistory tower can be challenging without every floor being different. Learn how we overcame this challenge and optimized our workflows to enable multiple design changes in the process. This class will focus on ways of improving efficiency through automation.


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Learn how to overcome complex Dynamo concepts
Learn about best practice methodologies for undertaking complex Dynamo scripting
Learn how to use the power of computational design to model complex geometries
Learn about data-management processes with Dynamo
Industry Talk
Architecture Services, Building Information Modeling (BIM), Computational Design
Dynamo Studio
Revit
Architect, BIM/VDC Manager
Computational Designers, BIM Managers, Architects
An industry or project case study
Advanced
3D Design, 3D Modeling, Architecture, BIM, Building Design, Design
AIA Standard LUs
Yes
1 hour
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