Architects Get Inspiration From Polyflor Using BIM In Flooring Design
Usage of BIM tools are increasing gradually by the architects, designers and draftsmen day by day to envisage a variety of products within their designs.
BIM (Building Information Modeling) considered as a part and parcel of the modern engineering, offers the user to visualize a design as a whole prior to its final output. By the help of this tool an architect can draw his desired model with numerous available components and also can create the model’s location and properties that stored in a structured data warehouse which in the long run turns out to be a great asset for them.
One of the major benefits of BIM is that it creates drawings that can be decoded by anyone without any difficulty. Clients can visualize their final project’ infrastructure before it is built by the assistance of the combination of 3D with Revit.
As an example, it is imperative to verify the right objects to go well with the design and also meet the client’s preferences during the selection of flooring products. In such case BIM offers an exceptional aid to the designers to give their clients a virtual test run with different flooring options before finalizing the most appropriate solution.
Architects obtain inspiration, advice, techniques and the facility to download BIM/CAD files from the Modlar site. The BIM file for a selected object will have widespread data with the technology providing architects a wealth of information that make more efficient to the production method and simplifying decision making.
Polyflor’s flexible and secure vinyl floor coatings supply the ideal flooring solution for a wide range of healthcare, aged care, education, retail, office, mining, commercial and domestic installations. Polyflor’s BIM files provide swatch images of their flooring ranges, which can be downloaded and used to create 3D building models on ArchiCAD or Revit. Swatches are proposed for a wide series of flooring products from luxury vinyl tiles to acoustic flooring and commercial vinyl flooring. Architects can simply pick the most proper swatch to add the finishing touch to their design.