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Faster and easier design
BIM (Building Information Modelling) is a digital 3D model-based process to more efficiently plan, design, construct and manage buildings and infrastructure. BIM objects combine product-specific information, including product properties, manufacturer information, performance data and visualization data that can help architects and builders to make better-informed decisions about the products and materials they use in their projects.
Detailed 3D overview of the final look and feel
Architects and planners are dealing with steadily increasing risk and complexity, and the BIM process is needed to plan and execute projects efficiently. With the BIM model, you as an architect or engineer can design quicker, run tests and show your client a much more detailed 3D overview of the final look and feel of the building. BIM objects enable the accurate planning and analysis of the digital design.
Lumon objects for Autodesk Revit and ArchiCAD
Autodesk Revit and ArchiCAD users can download our BIM objects from the BIMObject platform by registering there for free. You can integrate them into any BIM software to increase the efficiency of your projects by achieving faster, higher quality processes with a minimised risk of errors.
Transform the way you work with BIM and Lumon’s objects. Download Lumon’s objects for Archicad and Autodesk Revit now from BIMObject and take your BIM projects to the next level!
Need help with Lumon BIM objects?
Lumon offers designers direct and personal advice and assistance throughout projects. When you start planning, whatever questions you have, including about Lumon solutions, we are here to help you. In case you have any problems finding our BIM objects in a specific format or you are looking for a custom-made solution, don’t hesitate to contact us.
The collaboration with Lumon has been perfect during the project. Lumon’s representative was involved in the project from the early stages, helping architects and constantly being in contact with the building site.Adrian Sikora, Investor Supervision Inspector, Allcon