Please enter the following info in the fields above:
- Your Name (just type your name, then click Create to add yourself to the list)
- Paste a link to the model that you uploaded to your BIM 360 folder in the BIM 360 Link field.
Image of My Model
Paste a screenshot of your model here...
Enter a brief paragraph (5 to 7 sentences) describing the features of your proposed design that you'd like to highlight here...
I updated this model from my previous design so it would be easier to model the structure—rather than have the building be terraced, I copied the first level to each of the upper floors. One of the most challenging parts of this assignment to figure out was how to have structural members (specifically joists) that are laid out in a rectilinear pattern conform to the curvilinear design of my building. My solution was to make all of the curved outer walls structural and embed the joists into them. The walls around the stair and elevator shafts are structural as well, along with the floors. The foundation is a combination of column and wall footings, as well as a slab.
Using BIM 360 Model Coordination
- Upload your architectural and structural models to your folder on BIM 360 Documents, then copy them into the subfolder named Coordination Space.
- Switch to the Model Coordination tool.
- Create a new View that merges a 3D view from both your architectural and structural models.
- Open the new view, and use the BIM 360 model viewing environment to navigate to an interesting camera viewpoint. Then, create an Issue to share this viewpoint.
- Click the Issues button in the left navigation bar to display the saved issues.
- Click the Create Issue button to create a new one.
- Click a location in the model viewer to place a push pin.
- Enter info for this issue:
- Change the Type to Design
- Enter a Title
- Assign the issue to Wilfrido Martinez