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Paola Sanguinetti

Design School at Arizona State University Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts


Overview of recent trends in automation and manufacturing impacting design and construction, including DFMA and Digital Twin.

At the end of this program, participants will:

  • Understand how BIM can be integrated with Design for panelized, passive-house rated residential construction.
  • Be introduced to the workflow of a local prefabricated construction company working in, works orders and other documentation for offsite residential construction.
  • Be introduced to a series of workflows to automated the generation of Shop Drawings
  • Lean the concept of platforms and digital twin as applied to architectural design will be shared. A case study will be presented of how a design studio at the University of Kansas, explored these concepts to develop initial platform for automating design projects.

Architectural Design, Computation, and Industry 4.0

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