With more technology available to interior and architectural designers, the traditional approach to developing commercial projects is moving to exciting levels.
Your workflow is no longer just about providing 2D drawings and details; great visualizations and smart take-offs can all be a part of your design process. BIM for interiors is a more thoughtful way to design, organize, and face today’s challenges in the industry.
In this presentation — inspired by an elegant retail interiors project located in Tokyo by designers Mana & Takashi Kobayashi, IMA Inc. — Luis M. Ruiz, Int. Assoc. AIA, will discuss how you can increase your efficiency and win more work with an integrated data-driven 3D modeling process.
• Discover how data-driven workflows can impact the project’s bottom line by integrating a more effective design process.
• Understand the use and benefits of interior-specific parametric tools that you need to optimize the creation of your design presentations and project documentation.
• Learn how to effectively set up and organize a project file to streamline the adoption of a 3D workflow.
• Explore the differences between 2D and 3D approaches for your design process, and learn how you can better implement a 3D workflow for your firm.