AU 2017, BILT, BILT EUR, Generative Design, Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup – 2018.02

The BIMsider’s favourite posts from the world of BIM –  for the week of Jan. 7th – Jan. 13th, 2018.


I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post from the Autodesk University Blog about the top speakers of #AU2017. Congrats to all the winners!

And the Award Goes to…: Top-Rated Sessions from AU Las Vegas 2017

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Add-ins, Architectural, BIM, Generative Design, Revit

Product Review: FenestraPro Premium – For Energy-Efficient and Aesthetically Pleasing Façade Design

This is a re-post I did a guest author for Tim over at the Revit Add-ons Blog.

FenestraPro – Energy Analyses and Facade Design in One Powerful Revit Add-on.

FenestraPro was born when co-founders David Palmer and Simon Whelan saw a need.

“It was through our own practice and research that we recognized the requirement a software or tool that allowed Architects to design energy efficient building and facades to achieve the required performance without compromising the aesthetic of the facade”.

  • Simon Whelan, Co- Founder / COO

The real goal of FenestraPro is to allow the Architect to have control over the facade design from an early stage of design through to completion. This goal can be seen right on the FenestraPro landing page, with the mantra: “Improve Your Design, Reduce Time & Maintain Aesthetic Control,” along with the accompanying graphic:

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