BIM in Japan
Japan is often cited as a leader in using modern technology to optimize workflows. In the field of architecture, however, the path to digitization has taken alternative route. The unique new approaches to using BIM are worth noting.
Firms like Takeru Shoji Architects have adapted BIM-enabled technologies within processes that retain the magic of traditional working methods like hand drawing and building physical models. The singular commitment to traditional workflows has allowed Japanese teams to develop a new perspective on Archicad use.
This close-knit Japanese architecture team uses a singular approach to BIM-enabled processes to support their design philosophy. Using first principle thinking, they shortened the initial design phase, while maintaining the intensive level of care their projects are known for.
Learn how Takeru Shoji Architects combine Archicad and BIMx capacities with traditional methods like hand-drawing and building physical models.