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INNOVATION IN BUILDING DESIGN

BIM is helping architects, engineers, and fabricators to improve collaboration, achieve project goals, and design in new ways.

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BIM in building design

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HASSELL

Collaboration among competitors

Using Revit and Dynamo, Hassell collaborated with architecture firms on a stadium design reflecting the landscape and culture of Australia.

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KIERNANTIMBERLAKE and BUROHAPPOLD

Integrated project delivery

Three firms teamed up, joining designers and consultants across North America with BIM 360, on a new research center at Brown University.

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NORDIC – OFFICE OF ARCHITECTURE

Modularity in design

BIM tools powered a modular design and Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) approach for a hospital expansion in Norway.

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EXPLORE EVERY POSSIBILITY

Use generative design to automate your design process and optimize design options based on your specific goals.

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Industry insights

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    World Green Building Trends

    Learn why green building is becoming the new norm, how it will revolutionize your business, and what trending technologies will help you keep pace in your industry.

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    Bridging BIM and BEM

    Learn how firms can improve building performance and inform better design decisions by connecting BIM and Building Energy Modeling (BEM) tools and processes.

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    Connected BIM for Building Design

    Learn how cloud-enabled, interconnected BIM processes are delivering new benefits that will improve the built environment.

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Autodesk building design solutions

Featured Resources

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Connected Design Insight

Discover how teams are using BIM to gain insight into their designs, connect data, and improve decision making.

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Connected Teams

Learn how project collaboration solutions are helping firms to reduce errors, increase client satisfaction, and win more work.