Chris has posted a link to the Technology in Architectural Practice (TAP) Building Information Model Awards.
All the submissions are worth reading but as an ADT user I found the HOK International London “St. Bartholomew’s and Royal London Hospitals, London, England” project was of particular interest. I can’t think of a better summary than the Jury comment:
“Beautiful and detailed presentation with thoughtful conclusions. This submittal provides an in-depth picture of BIM implementation and information management within the architectural office.”
If you are an ADT user you have to read it.
What’s also interesting is the huge range of approaches and technologies used in the BIM projects mentioned. One of the winners, The Beijing National Swimming Centre, looks like a fascinating structure. Although more organic, it reminds me a little of curtain-wall structures used in Federation Square, Melbourne.