As part of a 22-partner consortium led by TU Berlin, UNStudio is participating in the European Union-funded BIM-SPEED project whose aim is to develop BIM tools for renovation hosted on a cloud platform. Filippo Lodi, Head of Innovation and Knowledge Management and Harlen Miller, Architect / Associate, attended the kick-off meeting on 29-30 November in Brussels.
Over the course of the four-year project, the consortium will test out these tools in 12 demonstration cases in partnership with the types of businesses who will make use of them in the coming years.
A major goal of the project is to advance from ‘2D’ design, or existing forms of building documentation, to ‘10D’ design, where a building information model becomes a district information model.
Read more about the consortium's plans for the future of BIM on BIMTODAY.