I worked on a whole process from 3d modeling the idea proposals, helping figure out the design, all the way to constructional drawing. Many drawings were sent to the building site directly from 3d software (Rhino and Grasshopper). Concrete was made from axonometric drawings. (plans and sections simply were not descriptive enough) The steel construction of the roof was made in 3d space, and was assembled on the spot. The geometry created a shape in space. The insulation blocks were also entirely designed in 3d and also assembled on the spot. Glass and cladding was made with millimeter precision. It all had to fit without a mistake. The whole structure was 2 cm off, because steel bent under its own weight. We had to take this into account. Everything was drawn multiple times: idea proposal, exact drawing to get quotes, measured actual concrete and re-drawn to actual situation. My hour count on this project was 2200.