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Engineering, architecture, design these are the word what you hear very often, or we can say what you have used to hear before BIM. Building information modelling has changed all. It changed the way we produce drawings, the way we collaborate and the way we execute projects. 2D drawings have been turned in to information-rich 3D models where you can combine architecture, structure and MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) in one same BIM model on which multiple teams can work on, and this does not stop there. Photorealistic visualisations, walkthrough animation and even virtual reality, play a critical role in the execution of the project.



Everything starts with the idea. As this is the first part of the whole process, the software can be used which does not require an in-depth architectural knowledge. Software which could deliver concept design in the timely matters.   



The model has to contain BIM rich data with all the specifications and method statements. Model simulations may also be undertaken to demonstrate compliance with remaining building regulations and other statutory approvals, such as structural performance, energy use, acoustic performance, fire and smoke modelling and evacuation modelling. One of the musts is clash detections.

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Virtual reality Is another big thing in the building industry. Everyone wants to “feel” the environment and be in it. The process to get your project to the virtual reality might look difficult, but not for us and we can lead the project throughout the whole process.  



This is where things get complicated, at least everyone thinks that it is, but in fact knowing your industry only requires to know the software with which you can achieve all stages of the BIM.It is also the key to understand how can you effectively collaborate with different disciplines and work towards a rich model which is fully compilable with BIM standards.



This is the part where the project comes into life, it is not built yet, but all compelling visualisations, walkthrough animation creates a stunning presentation of the design, internally and externally. This is the best way of showing the project to people who do not need to have an architectural background.



When all have been approved and crossed checked several times, construction begins. To make sure everything goes as it was proposed in the 3D model, further monitoring is needed, and with the help of point cloud scanners or a drones buildings are measured/scanned frequently.

Autodesk Revit MEP

Autodesk Revit software - a significant role player in daily BIM (Building Information Modelling) workflow. Autodesk Revit includes powerful design tools and parametric modelling features for all three main building design parts - architects, structural and MEP engineers and unlocks a much more efficient way of collaboration between all members involved in building design process, that's why MEP design also gets more important in BIM workflow and will undoubtedly remain such in the future.

Autodesk AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a world leading software for many industries but mainly engineering, architecture and product design. Software capabilities are reaching 3D environment, but software is primarily used for 2D as a friendly interface, and incredibly well-made tools, make 2D drawings drawn in no time.

Autodesk Revit

You probably have heard that Revit is BIM (Building information modelling), well it is not, but it is a big part of it. What once was a three different product - Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, Revit MEP is now combined into one, and it is called - Revit and which makes this software even more BIM. Revit is a parametric modelling software, and all objects in it contain precise information which then can be used for technical specification. As Revit is a 3D Building Information Modeling software it allows you to create floor plans, sections, elevations easily within a few clicks. Furthermore, high quality renders or walkthrough animation can be created inside of Revit without going into any other software.


V-Ray is a 3D rendering software that is compatible with most major digital content creation applications including Autodesk's 3ds Max, Maya and Revit, Trimble's SketchUp, McNeel's Rhino, and Foundry's Modo, Nuke and Katana. V-Ray is widely used in multiple industries such as architectural visualisation, advertising, and visual effects for film and television. In our V-ray course, you'll take part in an intense program with one of our top Licensed instructors - and learn everything you've ever wanted to know about V-Ray. Most importantly, knowing V-Ray for instance on 3ds Max means knowing it on every other software - as it is the same.

Unreal Engine

Unreal Engine 4 is a complete suite of development tools made for anyone working with real-time technology. From enterprise applications and cinematic experiences to high-quality games across PC, console, mobile, VR and AR, Unreal Engine 4 gives you everything you need to start, ship, grow and stand out from the crowd. Become proficient at game/real-time technology development using Unreal Engine with this course and learning path.

Adobe Photoshop

Photoshop is a very powerful piece of software, and it seems that no matter how long you’ve been using it for there’s always something new to learn. It’s always important to understand the tools that you’re working with. Post-production should be an asset in every artist’s arsenal when it comes to creating 3D scenes. How you use it within the scene however is entirely up to you. It can be as dramatic or subtle as you want. Used correctly, post-production can drastically speed up your workflow and take your renders to the next level.

Autodesk 3ds Max

3ds Max is a computer graphics program for creating 3D models, animations, and digital images. It's one of the most popular programs in the computer graphics industry and is well known for having a robust toolset for 3D artists. With an efficient workflow and powerful modelling tools, 3ds Max can save 3D artists a significant amount of time. Many industries use 3ds Max for generating graphics that are mechanical or even organic in nature. The engineering, manufacturing, educational, and medical industries all make use of 3ds Max for visualisation needs as well. The real estate and architectural industries use 3ds Max to generate photorealistic images of buildings in the design phase. This way clients can visualise their living spaces accurately and offer critiques based on real models.

Trimble SketchUp

SketchUp is a software for 3D modelling found by Google and sold to the Trimble company. The software is bringing some of the best tools of cutting-edge programs like Rhino, 3ds Max, and AutoCAD into one package. This tool is an extremely versatile tool that is used for visualisation and planning in a vast array of industries spanning architecture, interior design, urban planning, engineering, and construction. For others, the standout feature of SketchUp is its immense repository of plugins that allows users to adapt the program to many different purposes.

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STUDIO KIBITZ GROUP is a creative studio that brings together a team of professionals in CGI arts, who will apply their knowledge, creative potential and latest technology to help you understand the process of developing video games, animation, virtual reality, special effects, and commercials, whilst using the most advanced tools and software.


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