|As I mentioned on Tuesday, while at #AU2012 I met Autodesk Pre-Sales Engineer for Architecture, Emmanuel Di Giacomo, in person. He manages the French Autodesk “Village BIM” Blog and Revit Architecture Utopic City on Facebook. The response to Tuesday's article demonstrated that there are a fair number of Autodesk Labs community members in French-speaking countries, so I am posting this follow-up.|
Revit Utopic City – Many Projects, many Challenges
Whether it’s a district, a building, a bridge, a tower or whatever architectural creation, Revit Architecture allowed the creation of these weird and complex buildings based on top of a DWG map of Roma City. A mix of techniques like In-Place and Conceptual, going from macro to micro scale, starting from the building until the tiniest BIM family inside the building like lighting systems, computers, furniture, etc. going from release 2010 until 2012…
The Utopic City has been recently featuring in many articles like for example the recent one in BIM Academy, explaining the reasons behind this interest for the Utopic City: http://www.bimacademy.it/2012/02/citta-utopiche-citta-parametriche-intervista-ad-emmanuel-di-giacomo/
Thanks Emmanuel. I am happy to help spread the word.
Cityscapes are alive in the lab.