Deyan Nenov talks 3D printing, robotics and digital architecture
Deyan Nenov, Director or Archilizer, will be addressing the BIM Show Live audience not once, but twice on Day 1 of BIM Show Live 2019, disseminating valuable insight into digital architecture.
Ahead of the show, Deyan gives us a taste of what to expect from his talks and what BIM means to him in the digital architecture landscape.
What is your current role?
I am the founding Director of Archilizer, a Computational BIM Consultancy in London.
What does BIM mean to you and how do you use/implement digital construction methodology on your projects?
I see BIM as the most adequate protocol we have to date that tells us how to build in the 21st century. If Artisan Architecture was Building 0.0 and Authorial Architecture was Building 1.0 then BIM is Building 2.0. It is the framework and interface that allows us to work on a true Global level answering modern issues of size, scale, speed, efficiency, waste, collaboration and so much more.
When did you first start working with BIM?
BIM has a multi-dimensional aspect that allows for a lot of lee-way when defining what falls within its rubric. I started using BIM software back in 2006, although it wasn’t until much later that I got involved in a quintessential collaborative project.
Why should BIM Show Live visitors attend your talks?
I have been honoured to give two talks in this year’s edition of BIM Show Live. What ties them together is their informative nature encapsulated in an entertaining and visually appealing package. If you want to have some fun while gaining valuable insight on Digital Architecture, come join me on 27 February for an amazing BIM Show Live!
What technologies in the AEC industry currently impress you the most?
I am really keen on large concrete 3D Printing becoming a staple tool in our kit! I think it has all the characteristic of being a fun, open-ended and therefore creative media for us architects and it also drives prices down. In terms of technology that is making the greatest impact currently, I have to say BIM.
What do you think will be the next big thing in BIM and digital construction?
BIM to Digital Fabrication on a massive scale. Robotics. That’s on the techy side of things, although there is an even bigger change to be had in how we collaborate and work together in the AEC Industry.
Deyan Nenov is delivering his seminars on Day 1 at 11:15 in the technology stream, Macros, Dynamo, Add-ins and at 15:45 in the stories stream, History of the Digital Architect.