Building and Habitats object Model

IntCDC Constructive Conversations

In this edition of the IntCDC Constructive Conversations we are excited to present Dr. Al Fisher, Technical Director and Head of Computational Development, Buro Happold. In his lecture “Building and Habitats object Model: A common language for design and multi-representational computation” he talks about the Building and Habitats object Model (BHoM) which is an open-source collaborative computational development project for the built environment. It is a collective effort to share code, creating a common language across the domains of engineering, architecture and construction, whilst unifying concepts of computational design, object-oriented programming, building information modeling (BIM) and visual scripting.

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