Krzysztof Wojslaw

Krzysztof Wojsław

Parmetric Design Specialist

Hi, my name is Krzysztof Wojslaw. I met BIM thermology in 2013 at the Norwegian Technical University NTNU in Trondheim, where I wrote my master’s thesis for the Norwegian Public Road Administration.

A few words about me

For 3 years I have been associated with Sweco – Oslo, as a bridge designer, where my mainly tasks are: coordination of international projects and implementation of new design methods. I was responsible for the BIM model of the first bridge in Europe approved by the road administration only based on the 3D model – ‘drawing less’ (2017). In addition, I am a participant in the Nordic cooperation program for standardization of software and design methods – Nordic Bridge Environment.

I like to share knowledge and experience. Therefore, on LinkedIn, I publish practical examples in the field of parametric modelling and task automation, which I use in infrastructural projects. In addition to that, I participate in numerous BIM conferences as a speaker. Active living – a former rugby player, and the current triathlete. Privately – a lover of trekking with wife in the Polish and Norwegian mountains. 

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My articles

First Parametric Project in Grasshopper
Parametric design

How to start with the first parametric project in Grasshopper?

If you’re new to Parametric Design, the idea of starting your first parametric project in Grasshopper can be intimidating. But with a bit of guidance, …

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Data tree generation
Parametric design

Data tree generation in Grasshopper

90% of Grasshopper users don’t follow the data tree generation process.  This is one of the biggest mistakes made by beginers and more advanced Grasshopper’s  …

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Parametric design

Are you ready to become an Engineer 4.0?

Engineers have been responsible for creating practically every significant advancement in tools and technology since ancient history. Everything from commercial aeroplanes, to microwaves and even …

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BIM Basics

Why AEC industry sucks? Is there still a place for future engineers?

The Architectural Engineering Construction (in short: AEC) market plays a crucial role in the economy since it connects both science and industry. However, a lack …

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Computational thinking Engineer
Parametric design

Computational Thinking-Why should engineers care about it?

Computational Thinking is one of the biggest superpowers of future engineers.  We can look at it as a set of skills needed to convert real-life …

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Parametric design

FEM in Grasshopper – The ultimate analysis software list 

Parametric design is becoming more and more common in the construction industry. It gives many possibilities to integrate a new workflow in 3D modelling and …

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