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Timber and Digital Design Make Great Dfma Combination

10 August 2021

The combination of digital technology and mass timber is revolutionising the way we design and build buildings, according design specialist at Dassault Systèmes.

Titled “How Virtual Mass Timber Extends and Improves Real Mass Timber”, the talk explored how new digital design tools and material innovations are converging to create more sustainable buildings and cities.

In the talk, Jerry Jackson and Nuri Miller of software company Dassault Systèmes and architect Kirsten Haggart argued that the convergence of mass timber with a design approach called design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA) is enabling architects, engineers and contractors to create buildings that are more affordable, higher quality and better for the environment.


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