What is BIM, What is Computational Design, What is Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and what is Design by Data ?
Welcome to the third edition of this open debate around the evolution of creative practices and their impact on design, manufacture and building. This year, the talk BIM et Computational Design will highlight the relationship between designers and manufacturers in a context of digital post-democratization.
Since BIM is the consequence of digital democratization, the number of stakeholder increases considerably, whereas some practices such as computational design, still remain in the experts field. The paradigm of access to technologies and their use in architecture, engineering and construction is mainly reflected in the links of influence between players, whose practices are in constant evolution.
By questioning the relationship between designers and manufacturers, through their know-how and technological perspectives, that we will be able to draw the link between these two notions of BIM and Computational Design.
The format of presentation focuses more on the expression of opinions than projects.
Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, involved on these subjects through its two Mastères Spécialisés® – Advanced Masters BIM and Design by Data, engage with Datascapes this reflection within a ecosystem in buzzing.
- Jean Baptiste VALETTE, VINCI Construction
- Tristan ISRAEL, Ateliers Jean Nouvel
- Lea SATTLER, Treegram
- Gilles FOREST, Groupe 6 Architectes
- Loic SIMONIN, SAS Simonin
- Aurelien BLANC, Aurblanc
- Gontran DUFOUR, VS-A
- Jonathan ASHER, Dassault Systèmes
The debate is coordinated and will be hosted by Nicolas Sénemaud (X-TU Architects), architect and graduate from the BIM Advanced Master who achieved a professional thesis about computational design.
The talk and debate will be followed by a cocktail designed by a culinary designer. It will take place in the Foodlab of Volumes coworking.
The event will take place on the 14th of March, 2018, at 7 pm at Volumes coworking, 78 rue Compans 75019 Paris (FRANCE).