Do you work in Revit software every day and want to learn ways to work smarter? Do you want to use the design degree you paid for and actually do more design and less button mashing? Have you heard about Dynamo and used it a little but aren’t sure you’re getting the most out of the opportunity? In this class, we will demonstrate specific examples of process automation using Dynamo, Dynamo Player, and Revit, and examine and explain the logic and nodes used to create those solutions.
- Increase your familiarity with various nodes and methods of combining them to perform common tasks when building scripts
- Learn how to harness the power of Dynamo Player and the user interface to make your scripts configurable per project
- Discover how to automate Dynamo running on projects, and see examples of how it can be useful when applied to projects
- Learn tips and tricks and lessons learned when setting up Dynamo for a company and deploying it and scripts to staff
Sol holds both a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and a Masters of Architecture from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He has experience in a diverse range of fields ranging from construction through landscaping, industrial design and architecture. He has focused his career on education and a technical understanding of complex problems, tempered by carefully considered holistic design. Most of his career has been set within multidisciplinary firms, working on large scale commercial projects, where his focus has been upon communication, clarity and effectiveness between all parties involved - while delivering outstanding bespoke design solutions.
I have been the Design Applications Manager in Perkins+Will’s Washington, DC office for over 4 years. I have an additional eight years of experience in the architecture and engineering industry (combining my design studio experience with my design applications expertise. I have been Autodesk Revit Certified Professional and guide project teams through their required applications in all phases from programming through construction. With extensive expertise in Building Information Modeling and Computer-aided Facility Management systems. I work with various types of clients in integrating models and data within their organizations. In addition, I teach Construction Documents at Technology for Interior Design at Marymount University as an adjunct professor.