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Brian Ringley

AS10092: Dynamo + Rhynamo: Synchronous Design and Documentation Case Studies

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to move geometry and data back and forth between Rhino/Grasshopper into Revit/Dynamo
  • Learn how to apply Rhino and Grasshopper geometry metadata as Revit type and instance parameters
  • Discover the 2-step process of converting Rhino geometry to Dynamo DesignScript geometry to native Revit elements
  • Learn how to add complexity and/or data to Rhino/Grasshopper geometry in Dynamo

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Moving designs from conceptual modelers into Revit software for Building Information Modeling (BIM) and documentation has been a thorn in the side of the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry for years, requiring specialist knowledge or just plain black magic. With the development of the Rhynamo package for Dynamo visual programming language extension (Revit's computational design plug-in), interoperability and model round tripping have never been easier. These case studies will discuss the various successes and pitfalls of how the Woods Bagot Design Technology Team have used a Dynamo-plus-Rhynamo workflow on several globally significant AEC projects over the past year, and emphasize the importance of being able to simultaneously design, document, and deliver at any stage of the project.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Architects looking to streamline their design-to-documentation workflows.

Speakers

Speakers

Brian Ringley

Brian Ringley is a platform specialist on the Global Design Technology Team at Woods Bagot, where he leads efforts on computational workflows for model interoperability, environmental analysis, geometric rationalization, and architectural fabrication. Brian provides platform training, bespoke toolsets, and intensive support for Woods Bagot's globally significant projects. He has taught at the University of Cincinnati and the City University of New York, and currently teaches courses on industrial robotic arm and computer numerical control (CNC) machining for architectural manufacturing at Pratt Institute’s Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) program. Prior to Woods Bagot, he worked for R&Sie(n), Dellekamp Arquitectos, and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. Brian is an Authorized Rhino Trainer and, together with Zach Downey of Parabox, he runs the design technology education website Designalyze.com.

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Tags

Published

  • 2015
  • AS10092
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Architects
  • Dynamo

Industries

  • Architecture Services
  • Engineering Service Providers

Topics

  • BIM (Building Information Modeling)
  • Generative Design