Crown Sydney: Barangaroo Redevelopment

Posted by brylee.flutey in Design on May 15th, 2013 1 Comment

Architects worldwide are eager to participate in the $6 billion dollar redevelopment of Barangaroo, the currently unused 22 hectares of warfront has been labeled the development “opportunity of a lifetime”. Situated between the Sydney waterfront and the Western edge of the Central Business District, the $6 Billion dollar redevelopment, once completed is set to generate… Read more

Gaggenau BIM now available

Posted by brylee.flutey in General News on May 9th, 2013 No Comments

We’re pleased to announce the first batch of Gaggenau BIM has landed at BIMstop as a result of our recent partnership with the “sophisticated product designer”. We’re excited to have Gaggenau on board and with even more BIM currently under development this isn’t going to be the only time you irrationally jump for joy over… Read more

BIM- It’s about more than just design.

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM on May 8th, 2013 No Comments

So I feel like we’ve all heard about the many benefits BIM (Building Information Modeling) has brought to the design and construction phases of a new build. Clash detection, transparency and a reduction in time and cost all go hand in hand with BIM (and I’m sure I’m not the only one that has read… Read more

KBIS 2013 photos continued

Posted by modlar in Trade shows on April 22nd, 2013 No Comments

Here’s some more great photos from the final day of the Kitchen and Bathroom show in New Orleans, USA. We also took a couple of great panoramas of the show. The next KBIS is in February 2014 and is going to be combined with the international builders show (IBS) in Las Vegas. We’ll see you there!… Read more

Great booths at KBIS 2013

Posted by modlar in Design, General News, Marketing, Trade shows on April 21st, 2013 No Comments

The world’s largest kitchen and bathroom product show is on this week and we’re here supporting our manufacturer clients and talking to others to help them with the industry move to BIM. There’s loads of great booths and innovative products on display. In case you couldn’t make it to New Orleans for the show, here’s… Read more

KBIS 2013 this week

Posted by modlar in BIMstop, General News, Trade shows on April 17th, 2013 No Comments

The annual Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is on this week in New Orleans, USA. It’s always an exciting show with great brands and new, innovative products. Some of the team from BIMstop is going to be there roaming the show alongside our clients. So get in touch if you’d like to meet with… Read more

BIM101: Ten points to get you started

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Guest Blog Appearance on April 4th, 2013 No Comments

Editors note: Chris is a Architectural designer at the UK based Architectural practice of Ellis Belk Associates ltd. and has over seen the BIM process of many large projects over his years as a professional in the AEC industry. He takes personal interest in the direction of BIM and is passionate about education and training in BIM to… Read more

What is BIM?

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Videos on March 28th, 2013 No Comments

Let’s be honest, anything that demands an acronym is often hard to understand, annoying and exclusive in nature. BIM (Building Information Modeling) is no different. I’m not going to lie to you in the very first paragraph- BIM, if you’re not using or trained in it, is initially a hard concept to grasp. And I… Read more

The Next Generation of Obsolete Professionals? A Response.

Posted by brylee.flutey in Guest Blog Appearance on March 15th, 2013 2 Comments

Editors Note: Neil Thompson is Principal BIM Integrator for Balfour Beatty and the Deputy Chair of the UK Construction Industry Council BIM 2050 Group. His work covers many areas across the industry from bridges to offices and airports to highways. With this pan industry perspective he wants to bring about the change needed to steer the industry… Read more

Drawing the line: A discussion on Architectural Education and Technology

Posted by brylee.flutey in BIM, Guest Blog Appearance on February 28th, 2013 2 Comments

Editors Note: Rebecca De Cicco is currently employed with KSS Architects in London, specializing in the digital design process and technology. In her role Rebecca manages the BIM implementation and process and works with teams to develop solutions in the way our digital toolset can be utilized to change the way we work. Rebecca most recently joined the BIM2050 group… Read more



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