Damien Antoni architecte est basé à Paris et en Corse, et réalise des projets d’architecture, des études urbaines, des projets de recherche sur la périphérie des métropoles, l’architecture, le low-tech, et l’écologie. Il enseigne le projet architectural à l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et de Paysage de Lille dans le domaine Matérialité.Damien Antoni architecte suit une démarche d’économie d’énergie et de matière et utilise uniquement de l’électricité de source renouvelable
We are now entering a period in which geospatial (and other) data about cities is growing enormously
Managers and policy people are searching for approaches that better leverage this digital data to improve decision making and government management
dynamically combining data from multiple distributed databases
The other key building block enabling this new architecture is the exposing of data as services using protocols such as REST. These services are increasingly used to support a whole new world of GIS application development that supports operational workflows, analytics, decision support, and citizen engagement.
More real-time data about cities is becoming available
so-called e-gov revolution will be supported using web services that provide access to distributed data sources
As cities enable their information, people everywhere will be able to openly compare cities
For the first time ever you can create your own work tools and shape the way you work. No technical skills required. No dependency on IT.Get Podio, and start working the way you always wanted.
Activity stream Spaces Calendar Apps Tasks Contacts
Ernst from SMC Alumni is usibng it – post by Charles van der Haegen
Building Information Modeling (BIM) and parametric design tools could open new design-oriented uses of blockchain data. This could fundamentally change the relationships between designers, users and clients.
Blockchain management tools can ‘horizontally integrate’ design, construction and occupancy.
blockchain can execute major tasks that could increase large scale adoption of co-housing through:
Unique crowdfunding systems
Collaborative design voting systems
Quantifying reputation value
Managing shared property transactions
Custom payment systems
Dispute resolution tools
Land title registries
Secure lending mechanisms
Transparency & fraud prevention
effective and equitable data infrastructure that can enable truly decentralized interaction between inhabitants, designers and property.
The blockchain offers solutions that can be implemented in a wide range of scales and phases of a project, from design and construction to occupancy and property management
One less explored area of blockchain application is integration with industry standard design software
Real-time data is already being piped into architectural modeling to analyze structural capacity, weather conditions, user experience, and costs
Blockchain can both secure this data in new ways and enable forms of collective design that have historically been difficult to quantify and represent.
Blockchain + BIM
The blockchain can provide a useful tool for managing and recording changes to the BIM model throughout the design and construction phases by using smart contracts to negotiate editing privileges and storing an immutable public record of all modifications to the model
Blockchain + Parametric Modeling
Design iterations can be judged according to quantitative design goals
Integration of the blockchain with these kinds of software can link group-based design choices to designers who evaluate, manage and execute them according to many other building constraints.
Over time, the blockchain would store an immutable record of all variations of the input parameters, design goals, and script.