additive methods of construction
Creating 3D shapes by merging two existing shapes to form one volume.
The opposite of digital: in this case, the many drawing and modelling techniques requiring paper, pen, pencil, spray mount and tape that provide valuable preparation for the designer before entering the digital world.
A version of AutoCAD designed to meet the specific needs of architects. Versions have existed since 1998.
The CAD software package developed by Autodesk, first released in 1982, regularly updated, and still among the most popular today.
Building Information Model(ling). The creation of a digital model of the physical and functional characteristics of a proposed structure. An extended ...