About

I specialise in software and data development for architecture and engineering. I help Building Information Models achieve their full data and computational design potential.

Bio

I've always been passionate about designing, building and making. After gaining my MSc Architecture & Environment in my early twenties, I spent over 8 years at a large construction company working on projects specialising in sustainability and later BIM and digital engineering.

With the rise in easily accessible coding languages and open source I realised the way people were going to design and build buildings in the future was going to change. As a result i decided to broaden my skills base and worked as a web developer for a few years giving me a grounding in code and digital production systems.

During that time i also became a big follower of the Maker Movement and Digital Fabrication for Architecture.

Currently I help Building Information Models achieve their full data and computational design potential through developing data and software tools to enhance them.

Paul Fassnidge Kurvform

What i do

  • Develop

    Development for Building Information Model data and tools to enhance it using Dynamo BIM and Python.

  • Model

    Computational design and modelling through Autodesk Revit and Dynamo BIM.

  • Make

    3D printing and digital fabrication prototyping from model data and computational design.

Computational Design

Tinkering with Dynamo BIM for Revit...

  • Getting freaky with geometry 1

    Getting freaky with geometry 1

  • Getting freaky with geometry 2

    Getting freaky with geometry 2

  • Getting freaky with geometry 3

    Getting freaky with geometry 3

Technologies i use