Today is the second day of the Munich Revit API training, with the following participants and a nice mix of interests in formwork and scaffolding, infrastructure, concrete walls and bridges, facade, glass, roof structures, stadiums, parameteric design using Grasshopper and Rhino, generative components, connecting CAD and FEM, bridge engineering in steel and concrete, elevator software and freelance architect and civil engineering consultancy:
Here we are enjoying some wonderful Munich sunshine during our lunch break:
Since everybody completed their homework ahead of time, we finished with the basics during the first day and were able to start exploring some of the more interesting topics of specific interest to this group:
For one of the participating companies, the final goal is challenging, to port or rearchitect an existing and mature AutoCAD-based wall formwork application... CAD versus BIM...
In the evening I had a picnic under the Monopterus in the Englischer Garten park. On the way home we enjoyed Venus and the new moon in the quiet city streets due to the Champion's League semi-final soccer game Bayern Munich – Real Madrid: