Intensive Course 12
A comprehensive introduction to BIM design techniques with Autodesk Revit 2017 and the freshly built-in Dynamo procedural design toolset. The tendencies of the expanding BIM industry rapidly evolving to offer an unprecedented multi-disciplinary collaboration, design coordination and automation of the most tedious workflows paving way for a faster, cleaner and more intelligent design. BIM not only makes modeling of buildings easier, but also harvesting data from our model easily achievable, not to mention how fast changes affect throughout your drawings.
  • Revit UI
  • Revit Families and Types
  • In-Place Components and Massing
  • Adaptive Components
  • Scheduling
  • Dynamo: UI Basic functions – selection, creation, operation
  • Elements – points, curves, surfaces and solids
  • Placement of Adaptive components using Dynamo
  • Revit geometry from Dynamo geometry
  • DesignScript and Python nodes
Each Participant should provide their own computer with the following software installed. If you do not have a software, trial versions can be found on each software company’s website. We will send participants links to the required software, trials, and plug-ins for download. Please have the software installed prior to workshop start. If you have issues installing software, we may be able to help you during the workshop.
  • Autodesk Revit
  • Dynamo
Intro to BIM with Revit and Dynamo V1.0 will expand from 22 to 23 July, 2017.
Intro to BIM with Revit and Dynamo V1.0 is included in but may be taken separately from:
The course will take place from 10:00 to 18:00 at Union of the Architects in Bulgaria, Krakra 11 str., Sofia.
All participants who complete the workshop will receive a certificate of completion.
For attending the workshop and intensive courses there is no previous software experience required.
Participants need to bring their own laptops or workstations.
Please note that places are very limited on a first pay first serve basis!



Intensive Course 12
Arek Keshishian
Member @ DesignMorphine
Founder @ Skillshop EVN
BIM Manager @ ITHAKA Architecture & Design Studio
Arek Keshishian is a practicing architect, BIM Manager, consultant and trainer, graduated with honor from NUACA, Yerevan. Arek has been organizing and conducting 3-month long BIM courses over the past three years training students and professionals alike, helping many main local architectural design studios successfully convert from CAD to BIM processes. Having taught more than 200 people so far, his organization “Skillshop EVN” is regarded to be the one that brought BIM to his country. He enjoys constant exploration of new methods of design and automation of tedious workflows, which apart from leading him to self-teach various software, made him participate in many international workshops, two of them being DesignMorphine ones, namely Intelligent Tectonics V1.0 and Dynamic Mutations V3.0, after which he teamed up with DesignMorphine design director Michael Pryor for the Tokyo Vertical Cemetery competition by Arch Out Loud before finally becoming a proud official member of Design Morphine in September 2016.
Intensive Course 12

Zlatko Yanakiev

Member @ DesignMorphine

Zlatko has been involved with DesignMorphine for some time now and has assisted at several workshops. He has been a tutor for Grasshopper in a digital fabrication workshop. He was teaching first year students about the principles behind computational design during an UACEG practice. He has substantial experience with digital fabrication (Laser Cutters and 3D printers). He has participated and won multiple competitions. His projects are focused on exploring the computational design methods and the ways of optimizing workflow and workload automation. His interests involve kinetic structures, creating active environments and data analysis. His passion is finding real-life material solutions for ideas and abstract concepts.




Intensive Course 12

Martin Petrov

Member @ DesignMorphine

Martin has participated in numerous competitions, gaining various awards. His primary focus in the field of parametric and generative design is structural analysis, form optimization and agent-based design. His inspiration is gained mostly through mathematics and quantum physics, which he started learning intensively in high school. Martin has experience in many workshops and courses as a participant and assistant. He has participated in Generative Morphologies V2.0 Workshop and Visual Machine V1.0 Workshop and was an assistant in Computation Matters V1.0 Workshop, Intelligent Tectonics V1.0 Workshop, and Generative Morphologies V3.0 Workshop. Martin has also worked briefly in studio GRID, expanding his knowledge in parametric design. He has few projects developed through the parametric principles and has been lecturing for DesignMorphine.


Union of Architects in Bulgaria, Sofia, Krakra 11 Str.