Design in BIM.
BIM or Building Information Modeling is a highly collaborative process allowing architects, engineers, contractors, and other industry professionals to design, document, visualize, and construct buildings ideally from a single digital model.
What is BIM?
The base of BIM (Building Information Model) is a digital 3D model of the building. It consists of walls, slabs, roofs, doors, windows and such, just like the real building.
In BIM we also assign invisible data (metadata) to the digital elements of the model, such as structural function, fire resistance value, acoustic performance value, thermal transmittance, price, weight, product information, etc.
The model and the metadata together build a complex database we call BIM.
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Back in the 80’s Graphisoft called this “Virtual Building” and has been at the core of Archicad’s development ever since.