F O R M A | Seminar #18 BIM: a Game of Roles
Davide Roth is an architect passionate about BIM, 3D modelling and parametric design. He currently leads a team of architects in the development of large scale commercial projects. He will tell us why BIM is a game worth playing.
BIM, architecture, design, revolution, human cost, team management
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Seminar #18 BIM: a Game of Roles

Seminar #18 BIM: a Game of Roles

29 October 2018
19:00 – 21:30 GMT

The Barley Mow – Upper floor
82 Duke Street, London, W1K 6JF
Tube: Bond Street

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Revolutions impose a mindset shift. Old habits are dumped. New ones are shaped by steep learning curves. If you are caught in the middle, you need to absorb new information quickly or you will be left behind.

The so-called “BIM revolution” is having a seismic impact in the construction industry. The new technology is disrupting the traditional design process and also the interaction between different members of a professional team.

What are the challenges faced by architects and companies that want to adopt BIM? What are the most innovative applications of this system? How do BIM-native professional figures relate with old-school designers?

Davide Roth is an architect passionate about BIM, 3D modelling and parametric design. He currently leads a team of architects in the development of large scale commercial projects. He will tell us why BIM is a game worth playing.