Glassel School of Art in Houston is provides state-of-the-art studios and active social spaces within the 93,765-square-foot structure. The BBVA Compass Roof Garden and adjacent Brown Foundation, Inc. Plaza also serve the expanding needs of the school and the unique mix of students of all ages. Sited on two acres, adjoining the Lillie and Hugh Roy Cullen Sculpture Garden designed by Isamu Noguchi, the building replaces the school’s 1979 facility. The enrollment of about 7,000 students is expected to grow to 8,500 with the expanded course offerings of the enlarged facility.
Reality IMT scanned the Exterior façade of this marvelous building and generated a Revit LOD 200 model in 3d. To see the scanned pointcloud data, click here
Our ability to digitize existing structures has dramatically changed in recent years as we continue to see new technologies surfacing to help the AEC industry better plan, design and deliver projects.