Welcome to the Association of Data-Driven Design roundup. Each week the aim is to share current information and news on Data-Driven Design practices within the construction industry. Please get in touch if you have any ideas, suggestions or have something to share.
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The last month has been spent discussing with practices the work that they are undertaking and learning more about data driven to in practice. I have met a number of different consultants who are working with data driven to in processes and methodologies within practice. This is hugely exciting and a real privilege to get an insight into how people are working.
On Friday 6th of December I had the opportunity to present to the research in practice group and there was enormous support for the Association and the way that this is moving forward. The aim is to hold an event early next year to get like-minded people together.
If you would like to be involved then please get in touch. Details will follow of the event which will be held in London. Thanks for reading.
Must Read – Digital in Architecture
The Digital in Architecture — Then, Now and in the Future by Mollie Claypool and Space10 journal
What are Digital Twins?
Digital twins for smart places via Business Reporter
Generative Design in Aerospace
Airbus is making planes lighter with technology we barely understand – Generative design is the future of design. And it’s coming in fast. via @FastCompany
Phil Bernstein series
Phil Bernstein on the Misaligned Roots of the Building Sector via Architect Magazine
A brief overview of tools created by the Grasshopper community – via Proving Ground
Next-generation 360 photo documentation — automatically mapped to plans. OpenSpace’s cutting-edge technology helps document sites quickly and efficiently.
USGBC Launches New Data-driven Tool for Green Buildings
via Mile High CRE
How to Speak Machine: Computational Thinking for the Rest of Us by John Maeda.
BIM in Birmingham Conference 2020
BIM In Birmingham is an internationally and nationally recognized event for both practitioners and students that has been hosted by Birmingham City University in January 2017, 2018, 2019.
This Project is the Way to House Everyone Tomorrow by HIVE RE:think – Gray speaks with HIVE RE:think podcast host Philip Beere, on the catalyst for the Ecological Living Module project, the success and the future direction
Well worth a listen – The Spectacular Rise and Fall of @WeWork – The New York Times
Thanks for reading!