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Creating History with BIM: Crowdsourced reconstruction of Sir Soane’s Bank of England
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Sir John’s Soane’s Bank of England (built from 1788 to 1833) was destroyed in the 1920 in what is considered by some architectural historians to be the greatest modern architectural travesty. Today, Soane’s Bank of England is revered by architects worldwide for its spectacular use of natural lighting and mesmerizing effects of scale, and inspires the neoclassical architectural approach of Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA). Autodesk, HP, and NVIDIA® have joined forces with RAMSA, CASE, CG Architect, and Sir John Soane Museum to engage the world’s architects to help recreate Soane’s Bank of England in BIM, in the first crowdsourcing project of its kind. Shaun Frazier, Paul Aubin, and Lindsey DuBosar will discuss the approach to modelling classical architecture with Revit, and how technologies from HP, NVIDIA, and Autodesk are enabling global BIM collaboration. Please join to learn more about The Soane Project, and how you can contribute.

Key Learnings

  • Autodesk A360 for global collaboration and crowdsourcing
  • Modeling classical architecture in Revit
  • Collaboration in Revit
  • Rendering Project Soane with 3ds Max


Creating History with BIM: A Crowdsourced Reconstruction of Sir Soane’s Bank of England

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