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The increasing interest in large-panel building apartment renovation has heightened the need for a method-based examination. This research provides support to owners, investors, designers and habitants during decisions taking. The study covers the requirements, renovation trend, and cost evaluation. These criteria were defined by using general findings as the base of optimal renovations, which allows utilizing the results for wider areas. Renovations can be established to maintain or increase the value of apartments and the success of the investments depending on the optimal planning. The comfort needs, material selection, and the way of budget distribution are the main parameters of successful improvements. The analysis covers common quality renovation possibilities.

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The article is presenting a consideration of the photogrammetry technology in the field of architectural usage. The technology overview is describing a basic knowledge to support the professionals. The processes, rules and best practices are examined through case studies, which introduce a dwelling house, an old precast concrete hall and a landscape surveying to cover most of the architectural usage. The purpose of the research is to give guidance for technical possibilities and assists in the development of the methodologies. The main part of the article is focusing on unmanned aerial vehicles as these tools provide many useful features.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Patrik Márk Máder
,
Dorottya Szilágyi
, and
Olivér Rák

Abstract

Information-based modeling technology is supported by advanced information technology solutions in the building industry. The integration of its methodology into construction and design processes is already going on. However, many areas still have development possibilities; for instance, building surveys belong to these fields. Countless survey tools and methodologies endeavor to support and ease the work of professionals in design and construction, yet there is a need for comprehensive collaboration. This could be promoted by creating a direct link between survey tools and architectural design software.

This article demonstrates a tool under development that intends to provide a solution to this issue.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Patrik Márk Máder
,
Olivér Rák
, and
István Ervin Háber

The algorithms are the part of the life which could give a solution for simple and complex problems. Most of the ways are easy, but the basics are always made by predetermined steps. The peculiarity of the sciences can be explained with these process-based principles. The following rules are the same in the architecture also. Nowadays the algorithms are more improved the fact of the expectations of the 21st century. The creator can make a lot of rules which can support the workflow with the correct logical connections.

Since the computer aided design became available, the relationship between the architecture and information sciences getting stronger. To solve the most of the problems, it needs information technology programing techniques, logical methods and algorithms. The free geometric design, the compliance constraint with economic aspects, analysis and the optimization processes require new solutions.

The article will give an overview about the expectations of the future architects along the general knowledge and the practical examples. The study will show the development of the new professions according to the increased amount of data. Examine the competence of the contemporary architects and look for the issue of ‘the architect is a programmer.’

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Patrik Márk Máder
,
Olivér Rák
,
Nándor Bakai
,
József Etlinger
, and
Márk Zagorácz

Abstract

Nowadays, it is increasingly important to develop economical construction processes and determine predictable costs. The current level of technology offers countless, even undeveloped opportunities to support architectural, engineering, and construction processes. Building information models created as results of design processes and databases associated with them can provide an appropriate base to fulfill the requirements. However, this information is mainly available only for the largest projects; the possibilities offered by traditional editable vector files (e.g., *.DWG) should also be examined. This study analyzes the efficiency increasing possibilities that can be achieved using low-detail 3D models generated by algorithms and applying 2D-based digital quantity estimation workflows.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
József Etlinger
,
Olivér Rák
,
Márk Zagorácz
, and
Patrik Márk Máder

This research comes from the high detailed experience of building information modeling work. This profession is new, but it is a rapidly developing part of the construction industry, therefore this topic becomes relevant nowadays. The mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection systems modeling take a lot of time in a project and this statement induce the producing of the research. The modification of the graphical parameters of an Autodesk Revit add-on supports the process makes it faster and helps to decrease the number of mistakes. This research will show the method and the way of thinking in case of a modification. A case study will represent the saved time and money in a big project.

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Patrik Márk Máder
,
Olivér Rák
,
Nándor Bakai
,
József Etlinger
,
Márk Zagorácz
, and
István Ervin Háber

Abstract

Building information modeling is a complex and structure-based methodology. It applies predefined steps and frameworks; however, an audit procedure can be complicated and time-consuming. The steps of the evaluations are based on logical connections that also form algorithms in a manual workflow. Algorithms can be interpreted by computers with the help of software languages. A higher level of automation, more efficient workflows, and more economical and accurate results can be developed by using algorithms.

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