Top 10 Data Driven Design news this week.

Top 10 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. Daily updates are shared here; twitter handle is @adddplus and on instagram we are sharing here (occassionaly).

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Digital twins offer “a very powerful way of developing our cities” say experts

via @dezeen

Digital twins are starting to transform the way that cities are designed and managed, according to experts.

Converting Concept models to BIM with Topologic

Good to see new software to support an existing workflow issue.

Introducing ENVIRONMENT’ for Revit: Extending BIM to Landscape Architecture

Long needed landscape software for Revit. Free 30 day trial available, see below link.

Download here:

Unity Reflect Review and Unity Reflect Develop launch

Unity is making serous inroads into the AEC sector.

Data sharing is critical to reducing CO2, says Arup

The link between data and sustainable built environment is very welcome.

Download Here:

5th annual Advancing Computational Building Design 2021

Event is being held October 4-6 2021

Great looking event – but appears quite expensive.

COMPUTATIONAL AEC: JULY 2021 AI, Data and Generative Design in the AEC

To compensate for the expensive event above, see a free event being held end of July!

Free event, sign up here:

Advanced Computational Design end of Year work

Enjoy exploring student work in the field of computational design.

BIG and UNStudio have announced their investment in SpaceForm, a virtual workspace platform developed by Squint/Opera for architects, developers, and designers.

This looks like a useful piece of software – signup for a free demonstration.

Artificial Intelligence in Architecture: MaCAD students learning how to radically innovate the AEC Sector. Applications for 2021-2022 open.

More exciting and challenging student work.

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