Workflows

Expanding Architecture's Territory in the Design and Delivery of Buildings
 
 
Standards Information Network (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 27. März 2017
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  • 144 Seiten
 
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Workflows are being rethought and remodelled across the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) spectrum. The synthesis of building information modelling (BIM) platforms with digital simulation techniques and increasing access to data, charting building performance, is allowing architects to engage in the generation of new workflows across multidisciplinary teams.
By merging digital design operations with construction activities, project delivery and post-occupation scenarios, architects are becoming instrumental in the shaping of buildings as well as the design process. Workflows expand the territory of architectural practice by extending designers' remit beyond the confines of the design stage. The implications for the AEC industry and architecture as a profession could not be greater. These new collaborative models are becoming as important as the novel buildings they allow us to produce.
Contributors include: Shajay Bhooshan, John Cays, Randy Deutsch, Sean Gallagher, Ian Keough, Peter Kis, Jonathan Mallie, Adam Modesitt, Rhett Russo, Dale Sinclair, and Stacie Wong.
Featured architects: Arup, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, GLUCK+, GRO Architects, PLANT, Populous, Young & Ayata, and Zaha Hadid Architects.
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978-1-119-31783-8 (9781119317838)
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Richard Garber, AIA, is a tenured Associate Professor and Director of the School of Architecture at New Jersey Institute of Technology's College of Architecture and Design. His work uses computer simulation and computer numerically controlled (CNC) hardware to generate innovative design, construction, and assembly solutions. He is also a partner in the award-winning New York City-based firm GRO Architects. Garber guest-edited Closing the Gap: Information Models in Contemporary Design Practice, Architectural Design (AD), March 2009, and he is the author of BIM Design: Realising the Creative Potential of Building Information Modelling, July 2014, Wiley.
1 - Cover [Seite 1]
2 - Title Page [Seite 3]
3 - Contents [Seite 4]
4 - Copyright Page [Seite 6]
5 - About the Guest-Editor [Seite 7]
6 - Introduction: Digital Workflows and the Expanded Territory of the Architect [Seite 8]
6.1 - WORKFLOW ORIGINS [Seite 10]
6.2 - RE-ENGINEERING THE 1990S [Seite 10]
6.3 - FEEDBACK AND THE FLOW OF WORK [Seite 12]
6.4 - BIM CULTURE [Seite 14]
6.5 - WORKFLOWS AND ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTION [Seite 14]
7 - Sketching with Glass: A Return to the Hand-Driven Workflow [Seite 16]
7.1 - Sketching and the Digital Interface [Seite 20]
7.2 - Collaborating on Glass [Seite 23]
7.3 - Improving Architects' Craft [Seite 23]
8 - Geologic Workflows: The Metamorphosis of the Great Rock [Seite 24]
8.1 - Design Process Then and Now [Seite 26]
8.2 - Design Workflow and Dramaturgy [Seite 27]
8.3 - Notes [Seite 29]
9 - The Fifth Dimension: Architect-Led Design-Build [Seite 30]
9.1 - Closing the Gap [Seite 32]
9.2 - In Evidence: Framing Problem and Solution [Seite 32]
9.3 - Social Capital at Work [Seite 33]
9.4 - Tacit Knowledge at Work [Seite 34]
9.5 - Hard Work and Feedback [Seite 35]
9.6 - Notes [Seite 35]
10 - Mashup and Assemblage in Digital Workflows: The Role of Integrated Software Platforms in the Production of Architecture [Seite 36]
10.1 - Ultraviolet [Seite 38]
10.2 - Immaterial Material [Seite 41]
10.3 - Baja Bugs [Seite 42]
11 - Putting BIM at the Heart of a Small Practice [Seite 44]
11.1 - Initiating Change [Seite 46]
11.2 - Has All This Effort Been Worth It? [Seite 47]
11.3 - A Sustainable Small Practice [Seite 49]
12 - Encrypted Workflows: The Secret World of Objects [Seite 50]
12.1 - THE FUTURE OF THE OBJECT [Seite 52]
12.2 - MATERIAL OBJECTS [Seite 52]
12.3 - COPIES OF COPIES BECOMING OBJECTS [Seite 53]
12.4 - ARCHITECTURE IN SURPLUS [Seite 57]
12.5 - Notes [Seite 57]
13 - Understanding Architectural Workfl ows in Global Practice [Seite 58]
13.1 - Beyond Technical Workflows: The Strategic and Tactical [Seite 61]
13.2 - Early Simulation and Testing Workflows [Seite 62]
13.3 - Direct-to-Fabrication Workflows [Seite 64]
13.4 - Technical Innovation and Social Dynamics [Seite 66]
13.5 - Non-Conventional Workflows Determined by Time Constraints [Seite 68]
13.6 - Explaining Workflows [Seite 69]
14 - Expansive Workflows: Downstream Coordination in the Design of Sporting Facilities [Seite 70]
14.1 - Collaboration and Digital Delivery Through Workflows [Seite 73]
14.2 - A Performative Design Approach [Seite 73]
14.3 - Integrated Design and Construction [Seite 75]
15 - From Pencils to Partners: The Next Role of Computation in Building Design [Seite 76]
15.1 - From Pencils to Pixels [Seite 77]
15.2 - From Pixels to Parameters [Seite 77]
15.3 - From Parameters to Practice [Seite 79]
16 - Collaborative Design: Combining Computer-Aided Geometry Design and Building Information Modelling [Seite 84]
16.1 - Workflows [Seite 86]
16.2 - Workflows in CAGD [Seite 87]
16.3 - Workflows in BIM [Seite 87]
16.4 - Hybrid Workflows [Seite 87]
16.5 - Mathematics: The Winton Gallery, Science Museum, London [Seite 89]
16.6 - A Renewed Focus [Seite 91]
16.7 - Notes [Seite 91]
17 - Ruptured Flows: An Argument for Nonlinear Workflows [Seite 92]
17.1 - Serial Workflows: Form Follows Arrow/Data [Seite 94]
17.2 - Donkeys and Feathers [Seite 95]
17.3 - Dalseong Citizen's Gymnasium [Seite 96]
17.4 - A Matter of Subjectivity [Seite 97]
18 - Life-Cycle Assessment: Reducing Environmental Impact Risk with Workflow Data You Can Trust [Seite 98]
18.1 - What is LCA and Why Should We Use it? [Seite 100]
18.2 - LCA Methods and Tools [Seite 102]
18.3 - Materiality Drives Trust [Seite 104]
18.4 - Join the Effort [Seite 105]
18.5 - Notes [Seite 105]
19 - Coming Full Circle: New Ruralism [Seite 106]
19.1 - Interoperability and Knowledge Transfer [Seite 109]
19.2 - Planning the New Rural [Seite 109]
19.3 - SHoP Architects: Konza Techno City Pavilion [Seite 112]
19.4 - GRO Architects: Maozuizhen 2050 Plan [Seite 114]
19.5 - Moving Forward [Seite 115]
19.6 - Notes [Seite 115]
20 - Ecological Workflows: Zhangdu Lake Farm, Hubei Province, China [Seite 116]
20.1 - The (New) Ecological Condition: The New Rural [Seite 119]
20.2 - Neighbourhood - Cluster - Community [Seite 120]
20.3 - Dense and Sustainable Land Use [Seite 121]
20.4 - Notes [Seite 121]
21 - Advanced Engineering with Building Information Modelling: Establishing Flexible Frameworks for the Design and Documentation of Complex Buildings [Seite 122]
21.1 - Workflow [Seite 124]
21.2 - Engineering Design and Analysis [Seite 127]
21.3 - Documentation [Seite 128]
21.4 - Delivery [Seite 129]
22 - Sinuous Workflows: MAD Architects, The Harbin Opera House [Seite 130]
22.1 - Programme and Context [Seite 135]
22.2 - Technical Integration [Seite 135]
22.3 - Workflows and Building Delivery [Seite 136]
22.4 - Note [Seite 137]
23 - Counterpoint Architects at the Mixing Desk: Workflows Cutting Across the Whole-Life Process [Seite 138]
23.1 - The Shift from Two Dimensions [Seite 139]
23.2 - The Beginning of Workflows [Seite 140]
23.3 - Onwards to Project Ecosystems [Seite 140]
23.4 - New Design-to-Construction Processes [Seite 141]
23.5 - Disrupting Design to Construction [Seite 141]
23.6 - Architecture as Art [Seite 142]
23.7 - Systemising Knowledge [Seite 142]
23.8 - Engaging with Whole-Life Process [Seite 142]
23.9 - Notes [Seite 143]
24 - Contributors [Seite 144]
25 - What is Architectural Design? [Seite 146]
26 - Forthcoming Titles [Seite 147]
27 - Back Cover [Seite 148]
28 - EULA [Seite 149]

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