SEAHA student Danae Phaedra Pocobelli has published a review article ‘BIM for Heritage Science: A Review‘ in journal Heritage Science, with her supervisors Josep Grau-Bové, Jan Boehm, Paul Bryan and James Still.
In contrast with a classical literature review, Pocobelli’s paper explores what Building Information Modelling (BIM) is and how it has been used in heritage buildings to date. Through a review of scholars’ research and analysis of practical case studies, Pocobelli critically assesses work that has been done thus far and what should be achieved in the future. She specifically identifies the need for, and potential impact of, including tools for heritage building condition reporting, as well as condition monitoring and weathering simulation.
Danae Phaedra Pocobelli is a SEAHA student based within the Institute for Sustainable Heritage at UCL. Supported by Historic England, English Heritage & Plowman Craven, her project explores using BIM for heritage.
Image: SEAHA student Danae Pocobelli presenting research on BIM for heritage science at the SEAHA conference 2017.