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Phillip Dobrev

Phillip Dobrev

Friday, 19 February 2016 20:46

Mr Pizza Sofia

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Office: eNArch, Modus313 and Evergreen

Construction date: 2010 - 2014

Location: Sofia Bulgaria

Surface area: 7,200 m2

Value: 1,800,000 EUR

 

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Friday, 19 February 2016 20:30

Koznica Sofia

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Office: eNArch and Evergreen

Construction date: May 2015

Location: Sofia Bulgaria

Surface area: 700 m2

Value: 300,000 EUR

 

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Friday, 19 February 2016 20:11

White Fir Valley Bansko

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Office: eNArch and Modus313

Construction date: June 2008

Location: Bansko Bulgaria

Surface area: 12,000 m2

Value: 7,200,000 EUR

 

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Friday, 19 February 2016 19:49

White Fir Resort Bansko

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Office: eNArch and Modus313

Construction date: August 2007

Location: Bansko Bulgaria

Surface area: 15,000 m2

Value: 10,000,000 EUR

 

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Friday, 19 February 2016 16:27

Apartment PZ Sofia

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Office: eNArch  and Modus313

Construction date: September 2010

Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

Surface area: 1100 m2

Value: 450,000 EUR

 

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Friday, 19 February 2016 15:52

Apartment Sheinovo

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Office: eNArch and Evergreen

Construction date: December 2014

Location: Sofia, Bulgaria

Surface area: 90 m2

Value: 50,000 EUR

 

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Friday, 19 February 2016 00:24

What is Building Information Modeling?

Opening a discussion about 21st century digital architecture could hardly go without mentioning building information modeling. Contrary to many people’s perception of BIM, it is not a software solution. The BIM framework could be managed by a multitude of software packages, such as Bentley AECOsim Building Designer, ArchiCADTekla StructuresAutodesk Revit, Synchro PRO, VectorWorks, etc. Building information modeling is much more than a software solution, it facilitates the process of pre-planning, sharing of information, documentation gathering and keeping.

Digital architectural representation and information that builds the model help a great deal to better envision and plan a project. Real-time design could be utilized to introduce adjustments promptly, answer better to the clients’ needs, prevent expensive on-the-site construction problems that could arise at a later stage, and eliminate the design dissatisfaction factors.

Analyzing BIM’s main attributes and contributions – fast, effective, time and cost-saving, tailored according to the clients’ needs, fully customizable, delivering more accurate and easy to envision design – it begins to show why Building Information Modeling is being considered as the future of architecture.

Advanced economies, such as Great Britain, are already involved in different action plans, related to BIM’s use and path to follow. Starting 2016, government construction strategies require fully collaborative BIM 3D (with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic) models. This is meant to deliver:

  • up to around 30% reduction in both the initial cost of construction and the whole life cost of the assets
  • 50% reduction in the overall time from inception to completion for new build and refurbished assets
  • 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in the built environment

Building Information Modeling means improving the process and project delivery, while having the possibility to calculate and reduce environmental impacts before the project’s start and after its delivery.

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 11:29

Preliminary design

eNArch team will verify conformity with regulations, administrative and conceptual feasibility of the project, in order to proceed with the visual representation in the form of detailed drawn plan, section and evaluation, along with project delivery schedule.

The surveys and initial design documents are being used to fully develop the schematic phase of the project and lay out all detailed required information:

Geodesy (GEO)

Architecture (ARCH)

Structural (CON)

Water and Sewerage (WAS)

Electrical (ELE)

Heating Ventilation and Acclimatization (HVAC)

Landscape (LSC)

Technology (THN)

Organization and Construction (ORG)

Fire safety (FIR)

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 11:16

Conceptualization

Conceptualization

Taking all the previously acquired information, we will analyze your requirements and present initial design proposals. This includes gathered details, measured surveys and all different architectural possibilities, based on the project requirements.

Alternative proposals may be provided and the design could be easily altered at this stage. Our team will guide you through the process and discuss every detail until all is clear and transparent.

General categories under which the concerns and issues of a building may be listed, and therefore addressed during the conceptualization design stage, are:

Functional zoning

Architectural space

Circulation and building form

Response to context

Building environmental impact and fit

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 11:16

Research

Buildings as structural entities are environmental, social, cultural and economical modifiers. Research into architecture is an act of great responsibility and needs to be performed consciously and cautiously. It is a vital stage and the following need to be considered:

Architectural processes

Architectural products

Architectural performance

The main needed and required functions of the project are being analyzed and defined. During this architecture stage, we at eNArch, develop a meticulous study as to the processes involved in the design and delivery of the project, including theories of design, possible concepts, modelling of the environment, and different issues of the design. During the architectural products analysis, aesthetics, materials, constructional techniques, etc are open for discussion. The third, performance, refers to the buildings’ function and application, once finished.

The research is crucial for all entities involved in the project to facilitate discussions and to ensure all specific requirements are taken into account. 

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