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How Can Effective Management of Project Information Improve Project Delivery?

January 17, 2022 Rene Submissions 0

From planning to construction, architecture is more than designing buildings. With many multidisciplinary actors involved and the continuous flow of images, plans, and files, any project is also about managing large amounts of information. Because architects usually have tight deadlines – having to complete a certain number of buildings in a specific time frame – data must be managed productively and efficiently. However, as construction projects and delivery methods continue to increase in complexity, managing information has become more difficult than ever. And with the COVID-19 pandemic added to the mix, architecture firms now have a remote workforce which impacts how and where employees access information. Therefore, in order to ensure effective project delivery, the challenge lies in successfully managing project information.

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Book Launch by Jan Knikker, MVRDV at IE School of Achitecture and Design

January 12, 2022 Rene Submissions 0

For the first time ever, IE School of Architecture and Design opens its doors to the public for a very special talk by Jan Knikker. He is Partner and Director of Strategy at MVRDV, the internationally renowned architecture studio based in Rotterdam and known for its award-winning projects such as Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, Tianjin Binhai Library and Moscow’s Silhouette.

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Why Architects Worldwide Are Turning to BIM for Better Careers

January 11, 2022 Rene Submissions 0

It’s a truth universally acknowledged that BIM is booming. It’s the future, and the AEC industry’s definitive move into complete digitization. In fact, in just four years from now, by 2026, the BIM market is projected to be valued at a jaw-dropping 10.7 billion USD. It’s no surprise then that young architecture professionals are looking to BIM for both financially and intellectually rewarding career paths.

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The City Beyond Architecture. Sheng-Yuan Huang and the work of Fieldoffice Architects in Yilan, Taiwan.

January 10, 2022 Rene Submissions 0

The world of today is changing. The center of development has moved to Asia, where more than half of the world’s urban population is already living. In the future, Asian settlements will outnumber those of other continents. And, most interestingly, the Far East’s urbanization has nothing to do with what happened in the West, where suburbanism has finally come to dominate the landscape and the lives of most people. In Asia, activities are all mixed, and one can find agricultural production sitting side by side with housing, temples, or high-tech factories. It is a new kind of mixitè and, if

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Top 11 Architectural Sketch Educators

December 27, 2021 Rene Submissions 0

Morpholio Trace, the team who brought the architects’ canary yellow trace paper into the digital world, has been on a ten-year mission to help foster a drawing renaissance for Architects. “Drawing is a form of thought, and the iPad was crucial in re-centering sketching as a primary means of generating and sharing ideas,” says Mark Collins, Architectural Designer and Morpholio Co-Founder.