||Towards Studio 21: Experiments in Design Education Using BIM
||Clayton, Mark J.; Ozener Ozan; Haliburton James; Farias Francisco
||Explorations conducted in university - based design studios suggest that Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology invites the adoption of a dramatically different design process. In contrast to conventional process rooted in successive refinement of initial abstractions and dependence on tacit knowledge, the Studio 21 BIM - aided process relies upon a complete and comprehensive base case and subsequent alternative schemes that are subjected to explicit analysis to support choice of the final design. The Studio 21 process can boost the objective level of performance that is achieved. It is teachable and may be a better process for addressing 21st century imperatives.
|Year of publication:
||design, process, education, BIM, studio
Clayton, Mark J.; Ozener Ozan; Haliburton James; Farias Francisco (2010).
Towards Studio 21: Experiments in Design Education Using BIM. SIGraDi 2010_Proceedings of the 14th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, pp. Bogotá, Colombia, November 17-19, 2010, pp. 43-46,