Development of Multi-slice Analytical Tool to Support BIM-based Design Process

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Abstract

This paper describes the on-going development of computational tool to analyse architecture and interior space based on multi-slice representation approach that is integrated with Building Information Modelling (BIM). Architecture and interior space is experienced as a dynamic entity, which have the spatial properties that might be variable from one part of space to another, therefore the representation of space through standard architectural drawings is sometimes not sufficient. The representation of space as a series of slices with certain properties in each slice becomes important, so that the different characteristics in each part of space could inform the design process. The analytical tool is developed for use as a stand-alone application that utilises the data exported from generic BIM modelling tool. The tool would be useful to assist design development process that applies BIM, particularly for the design of architecture and interior spaces that are experienced as continuous spaces. The tool allows the identification of how the spatial properties change dynamically throughout the space and allows the prediction of the potential design problems. Integrating the multi-slice analytical tool in BIM-based design process thereby could assist the architects to generate better design and to avoid unnecessary costs that are often caused by failure to identify problems during design development stages.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012009
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume185
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Mar 2017
Event1st Annual International Conference on Information Technology and Digital Applications 2016, ICITDA 2016 - Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Duration: 14 Nov 201616 Nov 2016

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