Architects are creating the future by shaping the built environment for generations to come. Autodesk is making it possible by powering tomorrow’s workflows with the most advanced solutions available today.
Generative design and automation are changing the game
In architecture, we’re challenged to consider many global trends—rapid urbanization, diminishing resources, and labor shortages—and find the fittest solution in the shortest time to deliver high-quality projects in a sustainable way.
Empowered by automation and generative design processes, architects are rising to the challenge. They’re embracing powerful new workflows to reshape the built environment and meet the ever-expanding challenges ahead.
In this ebook, you’ll learn how automation and generative design can empower you to meet these challenges and shape the built environment of the future.
The designers of today are embracing the tools of tomorrow
Rising designers are leveraging the power of machine learning, automation, and generative design to change the industry for the better.
A more efficient process for more effective design
Stamhuis is one of the Netherlands’ leaders in retail services and renovations. They operate under tight timelines for clients with razor-thin profit margins. This is what happened when they incorporated generative design at the beginning of their process.
How can a major public gathering space make a meaningful connection to the land it sits on? Hassell, Cox, and HKS architecture firms tapped into the power of Revit BIM software and Dynamo Studio computational BIM software to create a stadium that did just that.
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