This class will demonstrate the benefits we have achieved from using reality capture technology in our day-to-day workflows. We have welcomed the adoption of reality capture technology in our experienced architectural office, and in doing so we have seen the rewards. We have a vast depth of work in 19th-century London architecture, and the ability to capture the existing conditions of Victorian architecture and then use this for construction has enabled us to confidently achieve the design outcomes we strive for.
BIM managers and advanced BIM users,
project managers and owners
Cheyne Bird is an Australian architect. A graduate of Adelaide University, he has 8 years of professional experience in design, construction, and professional consulting services. He currently resides in London and works for Flanagan Lawrence as the company's Building Information Modeling (BIM) coordinator, pushing the company's adoption of new technologies and workflows. He has brought to London his vast knowledge of point clouds, and he's now assisting Flanagan Lawrence's adoption of reality capture on 19th-century architecture.
Andrea Vannini is an expert in computational design. He received his MArch in Rome (Italy) at La Sapienza University and his MSc in Adaptive Architecture and Computation at UCL. His thesis was in the field of parametric modelling and optimization using artificial intelligence algorithms. He worked at Flanagan Lawrence as an architect, implementing BIM and parametric design in many projects, working together with the BIM manager.