CFD Simulation in the Built Environment

This article takes a look at the role CFD simulation is having on the industry now and in the future.

Future Testing for Architects

New technology is changing the way Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) companies are solving problems. Reacting quickly to issues and limiting project cost and budget overruns is key to success.

Virtual Reality, Fabrication and other capabilities come to Autodesk’s AEC Collection at no additional cost

Tools that extend Revit models for virtual reality, fabrication, computational design, and analysis support BIM processes from planning and design through preconstruction.


Top 3 Issues Facing Architecture

Recently, we issued a survey asking architects, engineers, artists, and contractors to describe some of their pain points regarding collaborative construction processes today.

Airports Have Gotten Insanely Complicated

Having to accommodate millions of travelers and thousands of flights, airports are among the most challenging structures to design.

4 Specified forms of Residential Architectural Plans For Covering Flexible Needs

Starting from Mediterranean abodes to log house mansions, people are in love with multiple forms of housing complexes. They are always for a lookout to check on best residential architectural plans to entertain a better ...

A rendering of a Peruvian condo Herrera designed in a competition. (Courtesy image)

How software is changing the architecture industry

Local architect Robert Herrera talks about how 3D modeling software is changing his industry — and what that might mean for the rest of us.

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Significance of Architectural BIM in construction

In context of architectural design and construction, when it comes to cutting down on cost and time it is important for building professionals that Building Information Modeling services are implemented.

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BIM’s Significance in Developing Building Architecture

Building Information Modeling which is generally addressed as BIM is a very effective and important technology for developing building architecture. Gone is the time when architects used to work 24/7 on an architectural design.

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Could architectural 3D printing usher a comeback for physical models?

Nearly as quickly as architects swapped their sketchbooks and pencils for CAD programs, traditional physical architectural models were also mostly replaced by interactive 3D digital versions.