This post is going to bring together a bunch of themes on the future of architectural documentation that I’ve been writing about recently on both Shoegnome and BIM Engine. If all the hyperlink, URL, and QR Code talk doesn’t make
I've written another article for the AIA CRAN Chronicle. This time I talk about the relationship between residential architects and technology (for both design and production). Specifically I discuss what holds many small firms back from testing new methods and
This is part 3 of a series of posts This series of posts started in December 2012 and talked about different aspects of documentation during BIM implementation within a firm. Changes during the documentation process because of BIM is a huge
A local Minnesota ArchiCAD (and Revit) user wrote to me about his new machine after reading my post over on BIM Engine about hardware requirements for ArchiCAD. He had this to say: "
Architectural Documentation in the 21st Century There's a good chance you're aware of Seth Godin. He writes some pretty amazing stuff. My current favorite is this post: Skeuomorphs = failure. If you're not familiar with what a skeuomorph is, here's the
Solibri Funds $21 Million Technology Grant Program to Stimulate Digital Plan Review Adoption in North America
This news isn't super new, but I thought you'd all be interested in it nonetheless. I know I am. It'll be awesome if Digital Plan Review in North America develops in an open, inclusive kind of way. Viva OpenBIM! “We have
Many years ago when I was an intern at Gensler in Houston, one of my jobs was transferring redlines on shop drawings. The lead architect marked up the original and then I made 5 copies by hand. Some shop drawings came