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Brief
 

The BIM Challenge is an international competition which is part of BIM for STUDENTS, a project aiming to promote the BIM (Building Information Modelling) concept in the academic environment.

 

The competition supports innovation, creativity and efficiency as well as BIM skills while offering the senior students the unique opportunity to work on a common interdisciplinary project from the concept to the detailing phase. Students will have to deal with technical issues, but they will also learn about teamwork, communication skills and cost-effective architectural and engineering design. 

 

Our goal is not only to give students a set of CAD-based skills but more importantly show them how to tackle themes like financial accessibility, sustainability, energy efficiency or while negotiating their solutions with team members specialized in other fields. 

 

 

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The Senior Section addresses 3rd, 4th year and master students interested in and great at one of the following: urban planning and/or landscaping, architecture, civil structure, building facilities, infrastructure (road and bridge design). 

 

The competition will have 2 phases.

Phase 1:

 

All you have to do is submit one of your projects that meets the requirements of the category you have chosen. 

The main and mandatory condition is that the submitted project is modeled using the BIM software Allplan

 

Phase 2: 

 

The winners of Phase 1 will become part of a BIM team and work on a common project during the Allplan Summer 

School 2017, taking their chances for the grand prize. 

 

 

The Junior Section addresses highschool, 1st and 2nd year students interested in and great at one of the following: urban planning and/or landscaping, architecture, building facilities (HVAC).

All you have to do is submit one of your projects that meets the requirements of the category you have chosen. 

 

The main and mandatory condition is that the submitted project is modeled using the BIM software Allplan

 

 

 
 
The final four
 

As all things come to an end, the BIM Challenge reached its final stage. Here are the four projects competing for the Grand Prize

 

All of these projects are made with Allplan software and the online tasks given to the members of each team (most of them were in different cities) were managed via the BIM Plus platform.

 

The final phase of the competition required that each team worked on a common project which had to include at least three major specialty projects: architecture, structure and building facilities. The evaluation criteria took into consideration the artistic impression, the correctness and the presentation of each project, while also judging the BIM project and the collaboration between the members. 

Located at the entrance in the Old City of Jerusalem, the project works as a mobility hub and aims to create connections between the three parts surrounding the site, but also subtle separations in order to maintain a mechanism which doesn't create conflicts. Today layers can still coexist, and the architectural solution combines those in a clear manner.

From the first parochial courtyards in the town of Bucur, to the new rules of embellishment and new boulevards, many alterations had come around the St. Gheorghe Vechi slum. Due to the lack of care for the monuments, the street frontlines are broken, buildings hidden in the inner courtyards are now exposed to the crowded streets. This project begins with the design of various courtyards (round, secret, garden and workshop) and is creating a sequence of different space through passages and alleys.

The premises for the project is the revitalization of the Danube shoreline of Calarasi, small steps at a time, in order to develop the tourism in the city of Călărași, by using punctual, repeating interventions in key locations in the city. 

The studied area is a green natural zone with a large potential for developing fishing and leisure tourism on the Danube in the city. It aims to offer an experience that is protected from the loud and chaotic life of the city, by pushing the built elements closer and closer to the water edge and the adjacent beach line.

Envisioned as a high-rise hybrid building, innovative and sustainable, it implies a mixed-use of hotel-layout, vacation apartments and office spaces/business center. The complex design and theoretical approach make the building an important urban landmark. The architectural concept consists of dynamism by simplicity, making a subtle reference to a sail form [as a legacy for the Black See location]. [...] which creates an architectural composition that puts its impress on the seashore silhouette.

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