The starting point of the Symposium Confluence – Establishing data flow from Design to Site is the promise that Building Information Modelling came with: the creation of a fluent building process starting in design and reaching out all along to architectural production and use. Looking at research driven developments in both academia and practice the seminar investigates the contemporary state, challenges and future potential that might emerge from an unlimited flow of information.
11.00 am – 5.00pm / KADK- Auditorium 6
Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 53
Here it is research that emphasises the role of fabrication and material while practice develops seemingly approaches that engage directly with contractors and building site.
The research seminar confluence highlights the emerging tools and processes and discusses directions for further development.
National and international guest lecturers will highlight successful strategies, pitfalls and future challenges through research induced projects that bridge BIM based planning with the digital fabrication in building construction. The seminar cross-examines projects in the full range of scales and aims to establish a platform to share experiences and move the contemporary boundaries of the use of BIM.
11.00 Session – Research Potentials
Bob Sheil (The Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) / London)
Tobias Schwinn (Insitute for Computational Design (ICD) / Stuttgart)
13.30 Session – Design & Communication
Alois Salzburger (ATP architects and engineers / Vienna)
Birthe Bæck (Henning Larsen Architects / Copenhagen)
Torsten Wang / Ulrich Pohl (3XN / Copenhagen)
15.30 Session – Making
Tobias Nolte (Gehry Technologies / Paris)
Thomas Graabæck (BIM Equity A/S / Copenhagen)
Frederik Agdrup (Eentileen / Copenhagen)