See how architects at NBBJ are using computational design to calculate the best views on projects [video]

A video from NBBJ shows just how clever coding can lead to better design

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Andrew Heumann, a Computational Design Specialist at NBBJ, illustrates how an architect might use computational design.
January 30, 2014

In an ideal world, every office employee would have a beautiful view from his or her desk. 

While no one can make that happen in real life, computational design can help architects maximize views from every angle, as shown in this video from NBBJ (via Gizmodo).

Design computation allows every position inside a building to be examined and show what exterior views a person in that spot would see.

It's yet another way that architecture can be improved and workplace satisfaction maximized with the help of software and coding. 

 

 

  

         
 

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