Posts Tagged ‘building information modeling’
BIMstop.com – Our BIM Content Network, is still growing and we are pleased to announce that some more exciting partners are in the pipeline to come on board. BIMstop is now a host to a huge amount BIM related files, in Revit, ArchiCAD & Sketchup formats. The first new partner coming on board is Vectorworks… Read more
If your like us and obsessed with BIM (Building Information Modeling) then you’ll love this. Now available is our BIMstop (BIM Content Network) mobile site. Now where ever you go you can check the latest Revit, ArchiCAD, Sketchup content from your phone. The app allows you to browse, search, comment, share and much more. We… Read more
We are now in Japan and ready to serve the BIM (building information modeling) needs of Japanese building product manufacturers for both Revit & ArchiCAD. We’ve now finished translating this website, which has taken a bit longer than expected. As anyone who’s run a multilingual site before will know, the management system behind them can… Read more
Recently finished is the BIM content we have built for National Aluminium’s brands Nulook & Bradnam’s. (Aluminium windows & doors). Revit and ArchiCAD users can download the finished content for free from BIMstop here. We’ve produce their window profiles in both Revit and ArchiCAD formats, as they are they most widely used formats throughout the regions… Read more
We are currently in Perth at the DesignBuild 2010 Expo, along side our partners Ecospecifier Global. If your near Perth make sure to come down & say hi! It has been a great event so far, with a very interesting seminar series. Today was a great seminar series on BIM (building information modeling) and green… Read more
A quick announcement to say that our team (The Skunkworks team) is a finalist in the Building Live Tokyo 2010 collaborative BIM (building information modeling) competition. This is great news, everybody in our team put in a huge effort and it is good to see that paying off. Fingers crossed we win!
There’s more and more being heard about IFC lately, but what is it and what does it have to do with building information modeling (BIM)? To quote wikipedia: The Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) data model is a neutral and open specification that is not controlled by a single vendor or group of vendors. It is an object… Read more
The Building Live Tokyo competition is now over and we are waiting for the results to be announced. You can read more about it & see the other entries here: http://bltokyo2010.seesaa.net/article/165770508.html It’s been great working with Maeda, Skunkworks & everybody else that’s been involved. Below is an image of our teams final entry.