Sharing our efficiency-driven collaboration process at Beijing Design Week 2019
You may have heard about Building Information Modeling, or BIM - but how about BEM?
On September 6th and 7th, as part of Beijing Design Week, the SketchUp China 3D Summit invited Jason Li, Senior Associate and Beatrice Tumatelli, Senior Designer, to share M Moser’s unique Building Experience Modeling (BEM) approach developed based on BIM concepts. The talk focused on how these efficiency-driven BEM design methods have been used to deliver a range of adaptive and transformative workplaces.
Opening with a discussion on the definition of BIM and its applications, Li’s session, titled “Workplace design: M Moser’s BIM approach from 2D to 7D”, illustrated in detail how M Moser embraces multi-dimensional design methods to reduce cost and enhance collaboration. BEM is a design process centred on the client experience that enables different parties to work together efficiently throughout complex projects.
“The traditional design process requires a number of software and tools in order to carry out the assembly-line of a project,” shares Li. “Building upon BIM and by leveraging tools like SketchUp, M Moser has developed efficiency-driven BEM methods to strengthen our integrated design approach. It continues to benefit our clients with transparency in the design and delivery of transformative projects.”
Tumatelli followed by sharing M Moser’s recent work with Hyatt Shanghai/Hong Kong, Covestro Shanghai, and its own New York office. Her talk detailed how technology tools can be utilised to facilitate the design and delivery of adaptive, transformative workplaces. Integrating workplace strategy and change management into the design process drives insight development and execution through collaboration.
In addition to the talks on September 7th, Li and Tumatelli were also invited to join a panel discussion on September 6th where the duo highlighted state-of-the-art technology and design methods with experts across the architecture, product design and film industries in China and across the globe.