Some of you may know that I presented at ASLA in San Diego this past November. The session was Zero to One: Open Your Practice to the World of BIM.
My portion of the session was a live demonstration of Revit, plus some Dynamo. Here is a link to download the session data set, which includes a Revit file, a few AutoCAD files, three Dynamo scripts, and associated Dynamo packages.
• Revit 2019
• Dynamo 1.3.3
I plan to do a series of posts over the next few weeks that will recap what I covered in the session. Stay tuned!
Anyone who has been following this blog for the past year and a half might recall that I moved to the Netherlands in August 2014. And after almost two years, I am now moving on and looking for a new position either here in Europe or back in the United States. So if you or anyone you know might be interested in hiring a graduate landscape architect (with solid Revit and Dynamo skills), please send me an email.
And if you would like to know a little bit more about me, you can find me on LinkedIn.
It was announced on Tuesday, that Trimble and Nemetschek Group have “formed a strategic alliance to expand the deployment of Building Information Modeling (BIM) across the entire Design-Build-Operate (DBO) lifecycle of buildings.”
One of their goals is to “support new solutions and promote workflow interoperability between selected products.”
Last week, BIM Academy announced that they are now offering a Landscape BIM course. According to their website, the two-day course will focus on Revit Architecture and Keyscape. Though they also note that, “To date there appears to be no single tool which is 100% effective in enabling a landscape consultant to produce an information model.”