Data Driven Design news this week.

Welcome to the Association of Data-Driven Design roundup. We aim to share a summary of 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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1. NEWS

Symetri announce exclusive partnership with matterlab.

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2. EVENT

Upcoming lecture series on computation and architecture from School of Architecture UTS. The series invites local and international practitioners and researchers (Elif Erdine, PhD. Aiman Tabony, PhDChristian Derix, Ph.D.PC ThomasJordan MathersDr. Sascha Bohnenberger) to share their expertise on the role of advanced technologies and optimisation in architecture and design projects of various scales. 

3. BIM RESOURCE

Materials matter – Michelmersh releases BIM Version 4: a decade of the most advanced BIM brick files.

More detail here.

4. NEWS

Introduction — Five Rising Stars in the AEC software arena. @layer_app @DigitalBlueFoam @Shapr3D @spacemaker_ai @varjodotcom @architosh.

This year the theme is organized around innovative leadership—as Architosh and its editors see the industry and as INSIDER Xpresso readers engage around certain emTech (emerging technology) topics in our monthly newsletter.

5. PODCAST

Episode 12: Generative Design – Could machine learning help us find better designs for cities — even ones that we didn’t know were possible?

Courtesy: Delve by Sidewalk Labs

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