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Autodesk University 2019

Eckart Schwerdtfeger

Associate, Zaha Hadid Architects

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Eckart Schwerdtfeger is an architect with 13 years of experience in all project phases and in implementing large-scale, high-profile international projects in India, Russia, China, the Middle East and Europe. // During his time at Behnisch Architects, Coop Himmelb(l)au and LAVA he parametrically designed, optimized and implemented several remarkable facades. His main fields of work were computational design, BIM management and programming. // Currently, Eckart is Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects and responsible for managing the office’s BIM team. Besides leading and implementing several large-scale BIM projects, he focuses on developing the ZHA global BIM workflows. // He develops and writes proprietary software, plugins, scripts and cloud services to effectively facilitate, optimize and automate BIM and cross-application tasks and to enable the design team to contribute to the BIM models more directly and fluently.

AS321232 - Custom Computational and Cloud-Enabled Workflows for BIM Design Implementation The rapid evolution of design technology, software, and cloud services changes how architectural offices and companies operate, and provides great opportunities for improvements that should be used. This follow-up class to “Custom Computational Workflows for BIM Design Implementation” shows how Revit software and Dynamo can benefit from these new developments and cloud services that can provide more global, efficient, fluent, or even fully automated workflows. Current practical examples of custom workflows we use at Zaha Hadid Architects showcase how manual and cross-application design-to-BIM tasks can be implemented via intelligent parametric elements and scripted processes. As a next step, these can be translated into cloud-enabled workflows for further automation and efficiency. What methods, tools, and cloud-services are available and which skills are required to use them? 60 Minutes Industry Talk Eckart Schwerdtfeger
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