BNIM is ranked 25th overall among the Top 50 Architects of 2016 by Architect Magazine. This includes 4th in Sustainability, 51st in Design and 105th in Business.
Learn from BNIM's façade experts, who will be presenting their knowledge of building systems, curtain wall, glazing, and facade performance at Facades+ and Facade Tectonics to elicit a dialogue on the art and science of façade complexity. More here.
The University of Iowa Informatics Initiative (UI3) space incorporates various types of environments to foster collaboration between researchers, graduate students, and staff from various disciplines across campus. To help form and define the vision for this new, dynamic environment, BNIM facilitated a series of meetings between the UI3 core team and multidisciplinary committee members, cluster faculty, and graduate students. Because the project is rich is innovative collaborative technologies, significant collaboration has occurred between the design team, users, and UI Information Technology Services. The new space is being realized on the fifth floor of the existing College of Public Health Building on campus. Some of the latest technologies that are being incorporated into the design of this space includes wall monitors, writeable wall surfaces, and digital touch walls.
BIM is dead.
What I really mean is that the original notion of BIM is dead, at least metaphorically speaking. BIM’s original promise was that we would work easier, be more efficient, design better, and remove our limit of the 2-D plane. However, it ended up creating shorter deadlines, larger drawing sets, and more confusing