Guest blogger Jon Buerg shares his thoughts on openBIM. This post includes both the best BIMpoem and best BIM image of 2015.
BIM philosophy Archive
Luke Johnston, the former Marketing and Development Manager for the Britex Group (Australia) has some great advice for BIM content creators.
Everything is about craft. Whether you are doing BIM or sharpening pencils, there is a right and a wrong way. There is a way to do it with care and a way to just half-ass it.
Some lessons from being too busy to write: remembering shortcuts by forgetting that I had forgotten them and suffering through the ugly BIM phase.
I love creating diagrams. But this BIM Diagram is by far my favorite. It probably should become my new logo. Find out why it took 25,000 years to make.
I'm giving a talk at the CSI Products Fair in Charleston, South Carolina on April 9th, 2014.
Are you frustrated with all the over detailed BIM content out there? Or all the under detailed content? It's all your fault. Luke explains why.
I love this post. Guest Blogger Nathan Hildebrandt starts with Building Materials, then leads you down a path towards reinventing how you think about BIM and use ArchiCAD. It's a great example of how focusing on improving how you use …
Once I figured out this technique to create Complex Profile siding in ArchiCAD, my models became about 20% cooler.