Clash Detection Studies
The studio performs clash detection which is an automated Building Information Modelling (BIM) process that involves overlaying the different design disciplines in order to identify interferences, effectively keeping the project model coordinated and avoiding conflicts when working on site.
With the use of BIM modeling, easy fitting count, pipe length take-offs and other estimates is possible. Implementing different design solutions is also possible.
BIM coordination between architectural and structural disciplines further enhances proper project implementation by reducing clashes between the two disciplines.
Execution of architectural designs into the BIM workflow creates a faster drawing deliverable production in one single software platform.
Project implementation is easier when multi-disciplinary designs are hosted into one single platform. With the company’s use of BIM technology and integrating it into the workflow with other allied professionals, project multidiscipline clashes are reduced. A multi-disciplinary approach can tackle complex situations or problems by using the combined skills of different disciplines to develop holistic solutions.
Parametric modelling has become an essential core process in our workflow. With the use of this technology, rapid iterative design processes is possible without sacrificing too much time in reconceptualization. The workflow covers small scale and large scale project implementations and this streamlines the process from conceptualization, design production and project implementation.
Creating basic adaptive fins with parameters that could flex along with any point into the three-dimensional axis will allow us to create complex forms with building blocks that adapt to any form profile.