Early Design in a BIM Workflow with Vectorworks

What it's About

This presentation will begin with an introduction to design principles specifically targeted to the early phases of a creative workflow. A design workflow that incorporates BIM practices quickly leads to more efficient and dependable solutions. How to decide on the best time to implement BIM technology into the process will be discussed. We will demonstrate how  Vectorworks can be used to initiate the design of a project by creating massing models for form studies. Then we’ll use direct modeling tools and discuss what advantages these tools bring to an iterative process. The presentation will conclude by demonstrating how you can develop your schematic processes into intelligent information models that can also be used for documentation.

Who is Presenting the Webinar

Steve Alden and Rubina Siddiqui
Rubina Siddiqui, Assoc. AIA, NOMA Rubina works with architects to understand their needs and goals, and demonstrates how Vectorworks’ BIM workflows can benefit their projects. Rubina previously worked as a Project Architect and BIM Manager for firms focusing on institutional projects, particularly schools. Before that, she was a Geologist for the Climate History Division of the U.S. Geological Survey. Rubina is a member of the American Institute of Architects, and an active member of the National Organization of Minority Architects and volunteer for Architecture in Schools.

Who Should Attend

Architects, Designers, and Architecture Students interested in the design process.

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