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Kari, Szabolcs
Lellei, László
Gyulai, Attila
Sik, András
Riedel, Miklós Márton
2021-11-22T14:56:46Z
2021-11-22T14:56:46Z
2016
http://hdl.handle.net/10890/16281
Designing of a building and urban planning are two different professions. Apart from the professional knowledge the data, the scale, the applied software are all different. However, these two areas depend on each other. In our opinion, planning does not end at the building level, since a building pertains to a street, and a street is a part of a settlement. The process of building designing has to be a part of the larger scale process of urban planning. Architects would need information the beginning of the designing, which is actually available at the urban level: localization of the parcel, the density of built environment, local architectural regulation, etc. It would be useful to give the opportunity for automated control after completing the design. Furthermore, the work of the urban planner could be highly supported by the 3D architectural models of buildings. Our work is focused on the practical applicability of the issue in Hungary rather than researching new theoretical methods. Our pilot project showed convincing results. With further improvements the implementation can begin.
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BIM to GIS and GIS to BIM
könyvfejezet
Kiadói változat
Open access
Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Faculty of Architecture
16 June - 17 June 2016
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
10.3311/CAADence.1645
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
2016
978-963-313-237-1
978-963-313-225-8
Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Budapest
CAADence in Architecture: Back to Command: Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design
Műszaki tudományok
BIM
GIS
urban planning
3D modelling
Konferenciacikk
CAADence in Architecture, 2016
67
72
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