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This course introduces the concept of Building Information Modeling (BIM) with ArchiCAD 10 at its core. From within the BIM framework, students will learn and master the use of building components, navigate through the actively linked views of the building (plans, sections, elevations, details, perspective views, cutaway perspective views, renderings), compose a design presentation, and document a project for constructability/construction. At the start of the course students will be challenged with modeling several complete building examples. Each project will emphasize, with increasing complexity, a BIM methodology for generating competent models for design explorations and for presentation. The course will culminate with the modeling and documentation of an approved project of the student's choice.
|Prerequisites *||VS152 or SA103 or SA7103 or VS148 and VS635 or VS650 or VS657 or VS665 and TM210 or TM7210 or TM215 or TM7215 or TM460 or|
|Fulfills||BArch: DM3 Requirement, BArch: DM4 Elective, BDS: DM3 Requirement, BDS-DC: Concentration Elective, BID: DM3 Requirement, BID: DM4 Elective, BLA: DM3 Requirement, BLA: DM4 Elective, MArch: DM3 Requirement, MArch: DM4 Elective, MID: DM3 Requirement, MID: DM4 Elective, MLA: DM3 Requirement, MLA: DM4 Elective|
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