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Building Information Modeling (BIM) Seminar

Apr 8, 2015



Apr 8, 2015 17:00 iCal

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is changing how buildings, infrastructure, and utilities are planned, designed, built, and managed. It describes the process of designing a building collaboratively using one coherent system of computer models rather than as separate sets of drawings. BIM encompasses all the information related to the building, including its physical and functional characteristics from which diagrams, drawings, 3D views, performance analysis and project schedules are easily generated. It increases productivity, performance and accuracy in building design and construction. This lecture is an overview of the BIM process principals and its application, with examples from current architectural projects.

Guest-lecturer

Lejla Odobašić
MA

Lejla Odobašić received her Masters of Architecture and Honors Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Waterloo. Her thesis research focused on the role of public spaces in areas of conflict and their role in reconciling regional and national identities. Entitled "Across the River: A Library Reflected", it was awarded a thesis commendation and later exhibited as part of “Jerusalem-Sarajevo: In between cities” in Canada, UK, Bosnia and Croatia.

Lejla is a licensed architect in Canada and has worked at various prestigious architecture and design firms in Toronto, London, Madrid and Istanbul; her experience provides her with a unique inter-disciplinary approach to spatial practice. She has a strong background in design communication, sustainable principles and BIM technology.

Lejla has taught Design Studio at the University Of Waterloo School Of Architecture in Canada and Rome. In 2011 she was awarded a placement at the Decolonizing Architecture and Art Residency in Palestine, a program that gathers together architects, artists, activists, urbanists, filmmakers, and curators— to work collectively on the subjects of politics and architecture. She has several publications on her work in Canadian Architect, Islamic Art Magazine, Spacing Magazine, The Record, UW Journal and The Funambulist. Lejla is a member of the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).

 

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