Last week, members of the Vectorworks team traveled to New York City for the AIA Conference on Architecture 2018. The annual AIA conference offers three days of educational sessions, keynote speakers, training, and an expo hall focused on architecture and design.
If you’re behind on your AEC industry reading, check out Architizer’s recently published article, “Blending New Projects Into Historic London With Vectorworks.”
We are thrilled to see the Vectorworks name popping up more and more in the media these days. Between the 2016 Design Summit, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention 2016, and the Rock in Rio Festival, we’ve been busy connecting with our users and making headlines.
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While some architecture firms in the U.K. are still striving to adapt to the required BIM Level 2 delivery for public sector designs, the firm bpr architects is on the cutting edge of BIM implementation. Director Paul Beaty-Pownall has adopted a BIM-inspired collaborative strategy into all elements of the firm, and in 2014, he transitioned the company's business structure to be employee-owned, helping build relationships among employees that increase the effectiveness of BIM.