The speed in which we are required to deliver projects is forever on the increase. The complexity of our designs and the information attached to model elements is also becoming an expected deliverable. The guys from Enzyme will demonstrate practice examples of how you can use the ARCHICAD Grasshopper Rhino plugin to generate and control geometry, and also control the information that is attached to elements. This provides your practice with the ability to speed up the delivery process of your projects and control the content of your models.

Jorge Beneitez

Jorge Beneitez, Managing Director | Co-Founder, enzyme

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Jorge is a Master Architect and Urban Planner by the Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM), currently based in Hong Kong. - View profile

Eugenio Fontan

Eugenio Fontan, BIM Director | Co-Founder, enzyme

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Eugenio is based in Hong Kong and has more than 10 years of experience developing different kind of projects using BIM. - View profile