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Dynamo and the Zen of Data Flow
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Masha Pekurovsky
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Description

This presentation is dedicated to the contemplation of the Dynamo extension and the Zen of Data Flow in the context of cross-platform design practices and dynamic enterprise landscapes. Over the past 2 years, we saw the emergence of custom Dynamo packages for Revit software that facilitate cross-platform collaboration. These (relatively) new techniques enable powerful workflows for design-to-production optimization. We will dive head first into discussing Dynamo Data Flow, and the somewhat versatile opportunities for connecting Revit software, Excel software, and Rhino software. This session features Revit and Dynamo Studio. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Discuss available interoperability workflows with Dynamo
  • Learn how to choose a workflow that benefits your project and complements your workflow
  • Experience a level of Zen in regards to Dynamo Lists management
  • Learn how to inspire data flow in your organization to promote applied computational design with Dynamo

Speakers

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Masha Pekurovsky is BIM and Computation specialistwith more than 12 years of professional experience. Her approach to software learning is inspired by the philosophy of 'BIM Ecology', and is based on real-world practice.Masha has recently relocated from New York to Seattle, where she joined the Practice Technology Team at Stantec. In her new role she contributes to the development of practicesfor improved efficiency in Design Delivery. During her prior role with Perkins Eastman, Masha led firm-wide initiatives with focus on BIM Education, BIM Best Practices, and Computation.Masha holds a B.Arch. from the Technion (Israel Institute of Technology), and M.Sc. Arch. from Pratt Institute.
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