Monthly Archives: January 2012

Building Information Modeling: Revit v. CAD

The key difference between Revit and any other Building Information Software program I have used in the past is that Revit specializes in change management. This means that when a change is made in one document or view of your … Continue reading

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Building Information Modeling: Parametric Modeling

Parametric modeling:  Is the act of creating a space or an object using a set of defining parameters or relationships. It is through these established parameters that the object is both given its defining characteristics, and its editable/customizable properties. These … Continue reading

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Cultural Self Portrait

We are in the beginning stages of designing the new Center for New North Carolinians. So we were asked to look at our own heritage, and what it means to us to be an American. This poster also includes a … Continue reading

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"Computing in Architectural Design" summary

“Computing in Architectural Design” by Yehuda Kalay is essentially a history of how computer technology came to exist in the design profession at the level at which it does today. This article highlights some of the key struggles and landmark … Continue reading

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