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Inspiration: Designing With the Existing World

Posted by Zoë DiGiorgio on 5/13/16 10:48 AM
Vectorworks celebrated its 30th anniversary with the release of MODUS news 5, showcasing designs that capture unique interior-exterior relationships between structures and their surroundings. From a living roof in the center of a bustling city to an open-air art museum that follows the natural topography of a rolling landscape, this issue highlights how visionary designers use Vectorworks software to change the way we understand the interactions between design and the natural world. Read More

Topics: Architecture, Community, environmental design, inspiration, MODUS, Modus News, modus news 5, nature

3 Questions, 2 Judges, 1 Scholarship Worth $10,000

Posted by Pete Hicks on 8/7/15 9:14 AM
Want to win $10,000? The deadline for the Vectorworks Design Scholarship is less than a month away. As you finalize your application, get some advice on crafting the perfect project from two of the program’s judges: Michael Klaers, lighting designer and founder of California-based design firm The Small Group, and David Chadwick, editor of CAD User Magazine, a trusted news source for the AEC industry in the United Kingdom. Read More

Topics: Architecture, awards, Community, competition, construction, David Chadwick, Education, engineering, Entertainment, environmental design, event planning, exhibit design, #FundMyVision, graphic design, industrial design, interior design, Landscape Architecture, Landscape Design, lighting design, machine design, MIchael Klaers, Planet Vectorworks, scenic design, Scholarship, theater design, urban design, urban planning, Vectorworks Design Scholarship, woodworking

Sustainability, Innovation, and Design: Offshore Windfarms and the Future of Green Energy

Posted by Elizabeth Bauman on 6/19/15 9:56 AM
Working for a small firm doesn’t mean you can’t make big changes. Just ask Nathan Kipnis, FAIA, LEED BD+C, principal of Kipnis Architecture + Planning. Throughout his career, Kipnis has challenged design paradigms by blending excellence in architecture with a social conscience as part of a five-person architectural team. Read More

Topics: American Institute of Architects, Architecture, environmental design, FAIA, green design, Kipnis Architecture + Planning, Nathan Kipnis, sustainability, Vectorworks, wind farm

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