Early 2013 and I was building up towards an epic trip to attend conferences in London and New Zealand, visiting friends and family along the way.
For the “BIM Show Live” event in London, I wanted to depict BIM as a continuation of the grand tradition of DRAWING, aka “visual thinking”. Matisse cut up pieces of coloured paper with scissors to create 2d images. Reitveld cut up pieces of cardboard to design 3d furtniture. There is an incredibly rich vein running through our history, stretching back at least 30 thousand years. We create “models”, representations of reality, diagrams, solidified thoughts.
So here is a post that lays out that idea: first of all some historical musings, then some of my attempts to do “BIM pencil stuff” aka thinking aloud with Revit.
For New Zealand, (which was to be my first Revit Technology Conference as a Speaker) I had set myself ridiculously ambitious…