Slavin Architects, a nine-person architecture firm in North Fremantle, Western Australia, has a wide portfolio including heritage, civil, commercial, education, and residential design projects. Recently, they were tasked with the Mediterranean Shipping Company heritage project, which involved the renovation of the 100-year-old Wilhelmsen House and the transformation of an adjacent carpark into The Annex, which together create a space to accommodate the company’s new Australia and New Zealand Headquarters.
“Pop-Up” architecture allows architects to get creative with inventive materials. 5468796 Architecture, a Winnipeg-based architecture firm, is a team of progressive design enthusiasts that jumped at the opportunity to create a temporary structure with local design team Factor Eficiencia for Mexico City’s MEXTRÓPOLI City Architecture Festival in March, 2017.
Monthly tech roundups are back, and this month we are focusing on what’s new in Vectorworks 2019 and how you can benefit from this new release.
Our last SILV student is Maile Varian, a junior at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, where she studies lighting design and technology.
In case you missed our story last week, we’re sharing a series of three interviews with students from the Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas (SILV). Our next SILV student is Andy Shores, a 22-year-old lighting programmer and technician.
Recently, Frank Brault, our product marketing manager for entertainment, spent two weeks helping young professionals learn the ins-and-outs of Vectorworks and Vision at the annual Stagecraft Institute of Las Vegas event (SILV).
What time is it? Tech roundup time! Here are the latest updates, tech tips, and transition guides, just for you.
While the 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit is the ultimate training experience for you, we also want to give you the chance to train us! Your feedback is important to us, so stop by one of our many Ask the Engineers stations to pitch your ideas. We will listen.
In the UK, designing a Paragraph 55 project can be difficult, but getting permission to produce it is next to impossible. Recently, award-winning architectural practice (and Vectorworks user) Squirrel Design made the impossible possible with not one, but two Para 55 projects: The Nimbus in Cornwall, England and Hux Shard in Devon, England. These projects have set this father-and-son firm apart from the rest.
Topics: Squirrel Design, Paragraph 55, Nimbus, Hux Shard, Michael O’Connor, Alex O’Connor, Darrell Willcocks, Dartmoor National Park, Jonathan Reeves, JR Architecture Ltd, 3D Modeling in Vectorworks, UK’s National Planning Policy Framework, Design Review Panel, Atrium Studio School, Cornwall, England, Devon, England
It’s the first day of summer at the Vectorworks headquarters, and we’re kicking things off with a new tech roundup! So, sit back, turn up that AC, and enjoy.