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Things tend to slow down here at the 'garage over the summer, shorts are the de rigueur office outfit and "flexible schedules" rule our time there is always a little bit of news rising through the summer heat. So in between catching up with friends and clients for lunch or some after work libations here's a few tidbits of what's going on in our world of hardware and software. But first, before we get to all of those goodies how about some summer reading:
IFC4 officially released | Open BIM – buildingSMART IFC4 has been finalized, and it is officially released on 12. March 2013 for production. London / Munich / Waltham 12. March 2013 IFC4 officially released
Mise à jour Artlantis 4.0.15 et + Une mise à jour pour Artlantis 4 est disponible sur le site d'Abvent, de même les plugs pour SketchUp 8, Vectorworks 2011 et 2012 et ArchiCAD 14 et 15 permettant d'exporter de ces logiciels vers Artlantis 4 sont disponibles sur la même page. Et si on parlait de la charte Graphique ? De celle d'ArchiCAD... Un vrai Sujet... Douloureux...
The first thing an architect or engineer will request when contracting with an owner to create design drawings for renovation work are record drawings, commonly referred to as “as-builts.” However, it’s not uncommon to find that drawings don’t exist, or that the drawings that are available have not been kept up to date or validated and can’t be relied upon. It is at this juncture that an existing conditions as-built must be performed. Many times this is done in 2D, but it is becoming ever more common for designers to request this information in 3D. When complex building geometry such as curved, non-planar surfaces is involved, it can be much more difficult to document with the required degree of dimensional accuracy.