After completing his Master of Science degree in Architecture and Urban Design at GSAPP, Columbia University, he embarked on his career as an Architectural Designer. However, he soon discovered that his true passion lies in the field of digital solutions and computational BIM. He transitioned to the role of Computational BIM Specialist at KPF, where he honed his skills in developing digital solutions that could take the firm's digital practice to the next level.
He has recently transitioned to the role of Global Applications Developer at KPF Digital Practice, where he is tasked with developing innovative applications that can elevate the firm's digital practice and provide cutting-edge solutions to projects . He has adopted a user-centric approach to problem-solving, always seeking to translate design challenges into digital solutions that can streamline the design and delivery process.
His dedication to driving digital innovation and transformation is evident in his work. He collaborates closely with designers and various departments to expand the capacity of design applications, prototype and develop new applications, and maintain workflows. He works closely with strategy and innovation leaders to identify and implement the latest digital tools and technologies, ensuring that KPF stays ahead of the game and provides clients with the most innovative solutions possible.
His contributions ensure that the firm remains at the forefront of the industry, providing studios with state-of-the-art solutions that are efficient, effective, and innovative.
What to expect during the event
Revit provides a wide range of methods for creating facades, including using built-in system families and developing highly complex adaptive panels. In this session, we will explore case studies from various continents, which showcase unique approaches to creating complex facade systems and highlight the workflows, advantages, and decision-making processes involved in each approach.
During this talk, attendees will have the opportunity to:
• Explore different approaches to facade modelling
• Learn how to evaluate concept designs and select the most appropriate modelling method
• Discover how to automate intricate facades using adaptive panels
• Learn how to create and optimize system families to achieve the best results
What we learned at KPF from creating a 1.2 billion Revit curtain wall panels