Ken started using ARCHICAD in the 1990’s, and since that time has spent over 15,000 hours training individuals and groups of up to 200 throughout the UK.
Jon recalls the transition from hand drafting to CAD and sees some frightening similarities to our current struggle with the shift from CAD to BIM.
Guest blogger Jon Buerg shares his thoughts on openBIM. This post includes both the best BIMpoem and best BIM image of 2015.
A brilliant way to get bullet proof DWG output from ARCHICAD. Your archaic DWG using consultants will be amazed and extremely happy with the results.
When talking about BIM, we often use language that confuses rather than clarifies. Do you know when you are speaking Proprietary or Colloquial BIM?
You're obsessive with data safety, right? Good. It's dumb not to be. Let's talk about data safety & enjoy a crazy long infographic: it's World Backup Day.
There's a lot of talk about LEGO gender bias. I'm not sure I have too much else to add to the topic, but I'm asked about this constantly, so …
What's it like being both a dad and an architect? I'm not really sure. But I do know what it's like to be a husband, mom and architect.
This diagram makes me smile and made my wife laugh, so... I'm sharing it.