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Home / Arts & Architecture / Architecture / Professional PracticeBuilding Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future PracticeKaren Kensek, Douglas NobleISBN: 978-1-118-76630-9432 pagesMay 2014Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice (111876630X) cover imageRead an ExcerptFor InstructorsCompanion SitesRequest Evaluation CopyDescriptionThe bright future and exciting possibilities of BIMMany architects and engineers regard BIM as a disruptive force, changing the way building professionals design, build, and ultimately manage a built structure. With its emphasis on continuing advances in BIM research, teaching, and practice, Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice encourages readers to transform disruption to opportunity and challenges them to reconsider their preconceptions about BIM.Thought leaders from universities and professional practice composed essays exploring BIM's potential to improve the products and processes of architectural design including the structure and content of the tools themselves. These authors provide insights for assessing the current practice and research directions of BIM and speculate about its future. The twenty-six chapters are thematically grouped in six sections that present complementary and sometimes incompatible positions:
Design Thinking and BIMBIM AnalyticsComprehensive BIMReasoning with BIMProfessional BIMBIM Speculations
1. Smart Buildings/Smart(er) Designers: BIM and the Creative Design ProcessGlenn GoldmanAndrzej Zarzycki2. Necessity of Cognitive Modeling in BIM’s Future 17Ömer Akin 3. Modeling Architectural Meaning 29Mark J. Clayton4. Knowledge-Based Building Information Modeling 43Hugo ShewardCharles Eastman5. Parametric BIM SIM: Integrating Parametric Modeling, BIM, and Simulation for Architectural Design 596. Models and Measurement: Changing Design Value with Simulation, Analysis, and Outcomes 79Phillip G. BernsteinMatt Jezyk7. Energy Modeling in Conceptual Design 95Timothy Hemsath8. Performance Art: Analytics and the New Theater of Design Practice 109Daniel DavisNathan Miller9. Automated Energy Performance Visualization for BIM 119Paola SanguinettiPasi PaasialaCharles Eastman10. Urban Energy Information Modeling: High Fidelity Aggregated Building Simulation for District Energy Systems 12911. BIM and the Predesign Process: Modeling the Unknown 143Michael Donn12. Analytical BIM: BIM Fragments, Domain Gaps, and Other Impediments 157Karen M. Kensek13. One BIM to Rule Them All: Future Reality or Myth? 175Brian R. Johnson14. Component-Based BIM: A Comprehensive, Detailed, Single-Model Strategy 187Anton C. Harfmann15. BIM Ecosystem: The Coevolution of Products, Processes, and People 197Ning GuVishal SinghKerry London16. 6 BIM, Materials, and Fabrication 213Christopher Beorkrem17. Communicating Semantics through Model Restructuring and Representation 22518. BIM as a Catalyst to Foster Creativity through Collaboration 237Murali Paranand19. BIM and Virtual Reconstruction: A Long-Term View of (Re-)Modeling 251Bob MartensHerbert Peter20. Managing BIM Projects, Organizations, and Policies: Turning Aspirations into Quantitative Measures of Success 26921. Space: The First (and Final) Frontier of BIM 281Stephen R Hagan22. Translating Designs for Construction + Operations: The Future of BIM in a World of Material and Energy Scarcity 29523. Marx, BIM, and Contemporary Labor 313Peggy Deamer24. Beyond BIM: Next-Generation Building Information Modeling to Support Form, Function, and Use of Buildings 32325. Engines of Information: Big Data from Small Buildings 337Chandler AhrensAaron Sprecher26. BIM and MetaBIM: Design Narrative and Modeling Building Information 349Mark BurryAcknowledgments 362Discussion Questions 362Glossary 363Author Biographies 373Index 385
Karen Kensek :- KAREN M. KENSEK and DOUGLAS E. NOBLE teach at the University of Southern California, School of Architecture. Prof. Kensek has received national BIM honors from the AIA TAP committee and Autodesk, hosts an annual conference on Building Information Modeling, and received the 2014 ACSA Award for Creativity with Prof. Noble. They are both past presidents of Association for Computer Aided Design In Architecture (ACADIA) and are active in the American Institute of Architects (AIA).