This class will showcase new high-performance building design workflows from Autodesk, Inc., and their applications in the early design stages. We will explain and explore through the case study application current technology and new features in FormIt 360 software and Revit software. This class will cover processes and best practices for using conceptual analysis tools as integrated, iterative, and collaborative parts of the design process from a Design Team’s point of view. It is critical to use performance analysis tools early when aiming for high-performance design goals. New high-performance building design workflows are making analysis tools more accessible and easier to use earlier in the design process than ever before. Analysis tools can go a long way toward informing design decisions, saving time, and improving the usefulness and validity of your design.
- Discover different building performance analysis workflows and their applications
- Learn how to apply building performance analysis workflows to design projects
- Learn how to use early analysis data to impact design decisions to reduce building-energy use
- Learn best practice tips for using conceptual analysis tools to yield actionable results
Graduated with a master of science degree in architecture from University of Pennsylvania and a master of science degree in building science from National University of Singapore, Eddy Santosa has more than 10 years’ experience in sustainable design and architecture/building industry. He has been involved in establishing energy-efficient strategies and passive-design analyses for many projects, including energy analysis, product and system evaluations, daylight studies, photovoltaic analyses, and lifecycle cost studies. Eddy has LEED AP BD+C, and is a Non-Residential CEPE (Certified Energy Plans Examiner) and CBCP (Certified Building Commissioning Professional). He currently leads the Building and Energy Performance Group at Callison, a global architecture firm with 900-plus employees. He serves as a LEEDuser expert for the daylight credit, and a BEMwiki editor at International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA) USA.
Senior Product Line Manager for MEP and BPA. Over 20 years experience in the AEC industry, the development and application of software for the Modeling, Analysis, Simulation and Optimization of Building Systems. BSc. Eng (Hons) in Building Science and Mechanical Engineering and a degree in Mathematics. LEED Accredited Professional. Certified Scrum Product Owner.