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Autodesk University 2019

Andrew Milburn

Architect, Godwin Austen Johnson

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Andy Milburn is an Associate at GAJ Architects, Dubai, with a special responsibility for BIM strategy & Revit implementation. He has had a varied career, abandoning architecture in his twenties to become a bricklayer. After spending 8 years as a builder and another 8 as an educator in newly independent Zimbabwe, he returned to architecture in his late thirties. For the past 25 years he has worked as an architect in Africa and the Middle East, taking a keen interest in the impact of computer technology on the profession. His blog "Shades of Grey" is well known in the Revit world as are his contributions to the Parametric Pumpkin competition, and more recently his ongoing work on Project Soane & Project Notre Dame. He has 3 adult children & 2 grandchildren, spread around the globe and in his spare time plays blues guitar.

AS322822 - Discovering History with BIM—Project Notre Dame Project Notre Dame arose as the spontaneous response of a group of BIM (Building Information Modeling) enthusiasts with a fascination for old buildings. Digital tools extend our ability to think about the world: where we’ve come from and where we’re going. Why should we restrict the use of BIM to the narrow confines of our day jobs? Crowd-sourced "learning by doing" has the potential to combine Wikipedia and Google Earth 3D to create a new kind of online museum experience. This case study describes the work of a global team of volunteers taking a deep dive into an 800-year-old building laden with cultural meaning, each one pursuing their interests and passions. How did they communicate? What did they discover? Come to the session and find out. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Andrew Milburn
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