THE DESIGN WORLD IS GOING GREEN, IN THE NEXT 5 YEARS 9% OF THE SKYSCRAPER WILL HAVE A PREPONDERANT INSERTION OF LANDSCAPING IN THEIR FACADES AND INTERIORS.
Notwithstanding the fact the only 9% of the skyscrapers will have a green facade, all these high-rises inserted in this category will end up entering the world of design Gotha.
Landscaping is now a must in chic and stylish architecture.
Considering the rising pollution in the world megalopolis, plants and trees integrated into the building represent the possibility to affirm people’s well-being centrality against the pure territory exploitation.
It’s nature’s affirmation.
In this sense nature is the new chic. The ambitious real estate developers can today trade quality for quantity, a tree instead of four buildable square meters, a tree instead of 12 cubic meters, it is a lot in terms of economical effort. It’s ambitious. But today this is a value in our common sense and sacrificing rentable spaces towards air purification, aesthetics, colours, living beings is not only a possibility but a must.
larger architectural studios are seeking more and more collaboration with landscape studios, nature is the new chic, they Do want to integrate plant and trees in their designs.
And you reader… where are you in the process of building the ultimate design portfolio?
Do you have a design project skyscraper related?
What are you looking for?
Kalisode Network will help with its unique method to build the ultimate design portfolio and enter the workforce after this course.
FOR WHOM THESE CLASSES ARE DESIGNED
This Revit 2020 webinar classes are designed for this kind of curious people:
• young landscapers who want to boost their BiM capabilities and enter the working force NOW!
• professional from the construction industry, who want to swap from the field to “behind the desk” phase of their career
• remarkable ”Sunday I am building my house” people, who want to follow the process A to Z and draw their own solutions.
• curious people: “Stay hungry, stay foolish”
15 participants maximum
Online webinar on Google meet – live lesson with instructor
The course aim is the mastering of advanced solid modelling techniques, parametric design via visual programming, and quantity take-offs with REVIT 2020. Landscaping will have a dedicated focus in the building of the skyscraper through a workshop. Concept design from scratches will be assessed and interoperability between different software Rhino and Revit will be shown. At the end of the program, the student will have drafted their own skyscraper with the main landscaping concept emerging as prime. The aim of the program is that after completion, the student should have the following knowledge, skills and competencies.
The classes provide knowledge in:
-LoD (Level of Development) BIM Development level.
-LoG (Level of Geometry) Modeling development level.
-LoI (Level of Information) Information development level.
-Categories, Families and types elements.
-Basic principles for visual programming.
-Quantity take-offs and scheduling.
-Advanced structural BiM modeling.
-Landscaping repositories for BiM objects.
-BiM work-sharing and group collaboration (Landscaping team, Structural team, Architectural team).
After the classes, the student should have skills in:
-Create sketches and extrusions to model construction details.
-How to create complex structural elements in Dynamo (structural beam network).
-Create quantity take-offs.
-Interact with Autodesk Infraworks to insert your landscape model in a real world’s setting
-Create sections and facades.
-Insert BIM elements downloaded from Landscaping repositories websites.
-Manage visibility of BiM information.
-Managing collaboration of wide teams
After completing the course, the student must have the competence to plan and model complex building environments, inserting landscaping in a BiM project, generate construction drawings of these and be able to quantify the amount in a project.
The knowledge that the course and skills that the course provides must give the student competence to work after approximately 500 hours of additional internship, as a BIM specialist in construction consultants, construction contractors etc.
On the classes instructors:
Michele Bruno is a BIM manager, certified by Autodesk.
He has a relevant and ongoing practice in the construction of infrastructures and lighting design.
In Sweden, Michele taught BIM at the Polytechnic for specialists in concrete and KL wood.
Michele is currently the BiM Coordinator for the AGN Haga Group, AGN is the company that is building the Haga train station in Gothenburg within the challenging and nationally strategic Västlänken railway project.
Introduction to Skyscraper concept Rhino vs Revit _ Day 1: CONCEPTUALIZATION
– PREPARATION TO THE COURSE: familiarize with the concepts https://primer.dynamobim.org/
• Rhino conceptualization of the structure
• Basic features for visual programming
• Introducing Rhino to Revit, using Dynamo
• How to start a project (decide which project template to use, add floors, add system lines)
– watch the dedicated YouTube video about visual programming of the Dynamo use
– online resources from Droots to go through (youtube)
– exercise on Visual Programming – recreate one selected script from one image step by step
First Online Guided Exercise _ Day 2: CONCEPT TO DESIGN
– PREPARATION TO THE COURSE: online resources to go through Rhino to Revit using Rhynamo – Class demo
ConvertingSkyscraper’s conceptual Rhino geometry to Dynamo design script geometry
Converting Dynamo design script geometry to Revit elements
AddingRevit levels based on skyscraper floor elevations
– Homework: watch the dedicated YouTube video about converting Rhino concept model to Revit model elements and convert your own Rhino models to Revit elements
Second Online Guided Exercise _ Day 3: FACADE
Introduction to sky scraper façade modelling
Creating façade curtain wallsand glazing with Dynamo
Creating balcony curtain wall handrail
Homework: Watch the dedicated YouTube video about creating façade elements and create your own façade elements with Dynamo
Third Online Guided Exercise _ Day 4: STRUCTURAL FRAME
Creating skyscraper structural elements in Revit using Dynamo
Creating vertical columns base on skyscraper geometry
Creating horizontal beams network
Assigning columns to specific floor levels with Dynamo
Homework: Watch the dedicated YouTube video about creating structural elements in Revit with dynamo based on your own building shape and geometry – SET AS PREPS
First helpdesk _ Day 6: 5D MODEL SETUP – TESTS ON TAKE-OFFS
Preparing Revit model for 5D modelling (scheduling and cost estimation) in Navisworks
Carrying out 5D analysis on your model with Navisworks
Sampling take-offs in Revit andNaviswork
Fourth Online Guided Exercise _ Day 7: LANDSCAPING
Preparing your Revit model for landscape modelling
Leveraging online resources for landscape BIM objects like trees, vegetation etc.
Importing real-world landscape into Revit as 3D coordination models
Modelling landscape topography and importing landscape objects for a holistic landscape model
Exploring out of the box landscape packages like Lumion etc.
Homework: Watch the dedicated YouTube video about designing your own landscape project – SET AS PREPS
Fifth Online Guided Exercise _ Day 8: INTEROPERABILITY WITH REAL-WORLD ENVIRONMENTS
Introduction to Infraworks
Importing and positioning your Revit model in Infraworks
Creating a custom landscape for your Revit model in Infraworks
Homework: Watch the dedicated YouTube video about creating your own landscape with your Revit model in Infraworks – SET AS PREPS
Course End _ Day 9: RECAP AND COURSE PERSPECTIVE FOR THE FUTURE
Questions and answers
Challenges for yourBiMfuture
End of course – bibliography – advice