Potential shift of Integrated Design (ID) through BIM in Sustainable Building Renovation

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Future building renovation concerns more holistic perspectives related to both integrations through the involvement of key stakeholders and fulfillment of sustainability in connection to a broader range of objectives and criteria facilitated by the renovation scenarios. This entails re-thinking, reviewing, and application of novel integrating methods and approaches through an integrated design (ID) schema, towards establishing a richer early design stage to deal with the multifaceted challenges in building renovation context. Through its technological capabilities (modeling techniques), shifting into Building Information Modelling (BIM) as a methodology for integration can be useful bringing more efficiency in (particularly the early design stage of) renovation projects by creating and adding values through the five strands of product, people, process, policy, and technology. On the basis of this underlying hypothesis, the aim of this paper is firstly to review the characteristics of ID, BIM, and their interactions on each other, and secondly to explore and address the potential shift of integrated design through BIM (ID+BIM) for sustainable building renovation. This contribution is relevant to building design researches and practitioners, who can use the resultant to better understanding and navigating the integrated design through BIM, and its potential shift in sustainable building renovation with multiple stakeholders.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftI O P Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Vol/bind329
Antal sider10
ISSN1755-1307
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 11 okt. 2019
BegivenhedSustainable Built Environment (SBE) 2019 Cardiff: Policy to Practice - Cardiff, Storbritannien
Varighed: 24 sep. 201925 sep. 2019
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KonferenceSustainable Built Environment (SBE) 2019 Cardiff: Policy to Practice
LandStorbritannien
ByCardiff
Periode24/09/201925/09/2019
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