FMA SYMPOSIA series (2011-2022)

Formal Methods in Architecture

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TITLE

Topologic

TUTORS

Wassim Jabi (Cardiff University)

OBJECTIVES

  • Learn how to build topological models that can be used to analyze the spatial characteristics of a design in the early stages of design and be converted to IFC-conformant BIM models.
  • Learn how to build topological models that can be used to conduct energy performance simulation in the early stages of design.
  • Learn how topological models can integrate with blockchain technology and smart contracts to enable a circular economy.

PROGRAMME

You will be introduced to Topologic, an open-source software. After a series of tutorials, you will propose to solve a problem using the software. We will spend the afternoon building your solution. We will use the latest version of Topologic for Blender. All software is free to download and use.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES

You will produce visual workflows that solve design problems
You will produce 3D models that represent your solution.

LOGISTICS

Participants will need a recent laptop with Windows 10 and Blender 2.93 or newer installed. We will offer links to download the Topologic plug-in for Blender and other smaller pieces of software nearer to the time of the workshop. All required software is free and open-source.

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