Well, another year has passed, another run around the clock. Another sixteen students have gone through our programme and we have sixteen more BIM specialists running around the block. Monday we’ll start again, with other people, and this will be our MK3. But before I do that, go back on my lessons and revise them, […]
Well, another year has passed, another run around the clock. Another sixteen students have gone through our programme and we have sixteen more BIM specialists running around the block.
Monday we’ll start again, with other people, and this will be our MK3. But before I do that, go back on my lessons and revise them, and tweak them, and update them, I have to put on paper what we did last year, since it was so full of good things it would be a sin to let it slide. I’ve had such a beautiful time with my Grumpy, and Bashful Sleepy and Snoozy and… well, yeah, you can thank our captain Emiliano Segatto for the colourful names.
And you can thank Lorenzetto Neri Bologna, as usual, for the group selfie that allows me to show you their faces. Some of them are from the first group, so if you can identify them you’ll win a paper doll of Neri himself.
This year I was particularly proud of some innovations we brought: an additional preliminary module of Dynamo just to ruffle up some feathers and get the moror running…
…loads of reasoning around model uses…
…some visualization to spice up the fun, also covering interactivity and brand new game engine workflows…
…and a brand-new workshop around different model uses for different fictional clients. The guys came out with some hilarious characters and I think it will be tough for this year’s students to beat them, but for sure we’ll try. Of all the outputs, here’s just some of them.
Grumpy, a.k.a. Matteo Franceschetti,
was all about area plans and schedules
Bashful found himself a difficoult entrepreneur to please
Sleepy, a.k.a. Giorgio Marongiu,
had domotic issues for a client from another planet, but had the time to experiment with a little Enscape while he was at it
the Magic Mirror, a.k.a. Giada Di Iusto,
spent a lot of effort into an efficient workflow for an effective solar study (here you see again some Enscape involved)
I am also very proud of all the work we did trying to grasp the meaning and purpose of the different classification systems and if you ever need experts in OmniClass, MasterFormat, UniFormat and the rest of the band, you know where to find them.
Lots of work was also done on IFC, its main purposes and limitations among the different versions, its suitability to different model uses.
I am really proud of the work they did and of the research they came up with.
Now, before I leave and with their approval, let me give you some of their names, so that you can look them up.
Until next time!