Attendees will be introduced to architectural theory and temporary design proposals that are crucial worldwide references of pavilions of culture (Venice Biennale, Serpentine Pavilion in London, Expo Milano). During the workshop, participants will have a series of lectures by associates on a given topic (architecture, art, art installations in public spaces, materiality, exhibition design, museums), discussions, visits to given locations, as well as the final project presentation with guest critics, and an exhibition.Each participant will choose one location, for which he/she will independently design a temporary sustainable pavilion in accordance with the given guidelines, and thus contribute to the overall opus of the summer workshop – the new light – cultural tour of the city of Split.
artistic-architectural spatial intervention within the protected cultural property
sustainable temporary pavilions and its materialization
sustainable design parameters
exhibition design, museums
design configuration in relation to the spirit of time and place (genius loci)
5 day course
On the 1st and 5th day lecture is organized for all participants together
Every student gets recorded education and printed materials
Introduction to BIM approach in architecture and basics of BIM standardization, Employer
Modelling and attributes defining of specific architectural elements; wall, beam, panel, openings, lintel, staircase. Explanation of the concept of defining the height settings of components, custom planes, managing the planes and layers. Level copying.
Introduction with room functions and finishings. Grouping and description of rooms as well as generating living space and finishing reports. Installation of furniture from Allplan Library and importing .skp files. Roof modelling. Rendering and animation of BIM model. Generating quantity of material reports.
Making of associative views, perspective views, cross sections and isometry cross sections. Analysis of possibilities of functions section and view. Dimensioning of a drawing and preparation for print. Export of the BIM model in .pdf and .ifc forms. Introduction to other import/export options. Making of form work plan including automatic elements description.
BIM collaboration and Allplan communication with other software in interoperable and collaborative BIM surrounding as well as introduction with Common Data Environment – CDE through Bimplus and Bluebeam. Marking up collisions and giving tasks to various participants in collaborative BIM surrounding. Lumion presentation (optional).
06/09/2021 – 10/09/2021
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