BIM – Naive acceptance or biased rejection?

A brochure to outline our involvement in BIM and collaborative computer-aided design, since the infancy of this technology in the late 20th century.

As BIM became more popular and was discussed in more detail within the industry, we created a brochure which would highlight our involvement with the technology since its (and our) infancy in the mid- to late-1990s, when it was barely used in the UK industry.

The publication covers all areas of our experience with BIM – from earlier models such as the Stirling Prize-winning Peckham Library in 1999, to the Laboratory for Molecular Biology in 2005, and the sinuous shape of the Henderson Waves Footbridge in Singapore, shortly afterwards. 

Project locations range from the UK, to Europe to further afield.