The Zhuhai Opera House project has high complexities, as there are many aspects to consider, such as curtain wall, steel structure system, auditorium, internal support structure, pipeline layout, and so on. The universality and convenience based on Revit software ensure practicability at every stage of design. And the close contact and feedback mechanism with different specialties are maintained. We aim to provide a precise visual model to various specialties by utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) system within the full lifecycle of architectural design, and construct a comprehensive information mode on the same platform, which is an initial attempt to handle large and complex architectures on the BIM system platform. This session features Revit Architecture, AutoCAD, and Maya. AIA Approved
- Learn how to handle large and complex architectures on the BIM system platform
- Learn how the universality and convenience based on Revit software ensure practicability at every stage of designing
- Learn how to use coordination process management for internal and external team benefit
- Discuss the future of utilizing BIM systems within the full lifecycle of architectural design
波 栾 graduated with a bachelor’s degree in architecture from Beijing University of Technology and has been engaged in architectural design for 12 years. Since 2004, he has participated in a series of large public construction projects, such as the design of the Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3, Kunming Changshui International Airport, and Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport Terminal 3. He took charge of the Building Information Modeling (BIM) and cooperative work of Zhuhai Opera House construction project in early 2010, and won the third prize for excellent design from Tsinghua Architecture Summer School “Parametric Design Workshop 2011.” He won first prize of Best BIM Architectural Design Award of Creative Cup BIM Design Competition in 2012, he won Outstanding Project Award of 19th Urban Planning and Architectural Design Report Unfolds in 2013, and the same year he won the 17th Beijing Excellent BIM Design Award of Excellent Engineering Design. He currently works as a senior Architect at the BIAD 4th Division.