When Michael Todoran, executive producer of the Landscape Architecture Podcast received an email from Braulio Gutierrez, one of his former Ohio State University peers, about software recommendations other than AutoCAD and Adobe Suite, he knew he needed to bring in another expert. Vectorworks’ Product Marketing Manager for the landscape industries, Eric Gilbey, PLA, ASLA, Prof. Member APLD, was ultimately interviewed by Todoran, so his podcast listeners could learn more about our software capabilities, and why it should become Gutierrez’s new preferred software.
Building Information Modeling,
Vectorworks Design Scholarship,
Landscape Architecture Podcast,
The Ohio State University,
At the crux of our philosophy, we’ve always been committed to developing the best design and BIM software that’s in tune with the needs of designers. To do so, we’ve leveraged input and implemented product feedback from practicing architects, landscape designers, landscape architects, and lighting designers, among other design professionals. Another vital part of these efforts involves the help of our internal industry experts on our product marketing team, so we’re excited to announce that there are three new additions to this ever growing group: Luc Lefebvre, senior architect product specialist, Jim Woodward, senior entertainment product specialist and Brian Nicholson, senior landscape product specialist. After all, there’s no such thing as having too many industry experts.
accredited green roof professional,
Adapting New Technologies to your Production Desig,
International Broadcasting Convention,
LEED accredited professional,
National Renewable Energy Laboratory Research Supp,
SUNY Morrisville Mohawk Hall,
Sustainable SITES gold-certification,
Sympony Hall in Boston,
The Adobe suite,
The Why and How of BIM Implementation,
2D to 3D BIM workflow,
ASLA Colorado chapter president,
building information modeling processes,
Colorado State University,
King + King Architects,
Le Moyne College Master Plan,
LEED AP BD+C,
LEED Platinum Certification,
Madden School of Business,
University of Colorado Denver,
UNY Cortland DeGroat Hall,
Group projects can inspire a sense of dread in the hearts of even the toughest design students. The idea of compromising your design aesthetic, giving up a little bit of control, or working with someone who doesn’t pull their weight can be terrifying, but overall group projects have an unfair reputation. Some of the best projects come from group work, and it’s likely that you’ll have to work with others throughout your professional career, which means it’s time for an attitude overhaul. So, in the spirit of collaboration, we gathered some advice from both current and recent students on how to make your group projects more successful, and hopefully more enjoyable.
Richard Diehl Award,
University of Maryland,
Vectorworks Design Scholarship,
Environmental sustainability begins with individual designers using careful calculations to make informed decisions about their projects. And for the full-service landscape architecture team at Holcombe Norton Partners, achieving sustainability certifications for their sites centers around the use of data-rich models and intelligent worksheets.
site information modeling,
Digital Terrain Model,
Holcombe Norton Partners,
April is a big month for designers, and we’re not saying that just because the 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit is right around the corner. Another reason we’re welcoming April with open arms is because it’s World Landscape Architecture Month (WLAM). Established by the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA), WLAM is dedicated to showcasing how spaces designed by landscape architects around the world affect our daily lives.
National Cherry Blossom Festival,
2016 Vectorworks Design Summit,
American Society of Landscape Architects,
World Landscape Architecture Month 2016
Educating others comes naturally to soon-to-be-elevated ASLA Fellow Mary Bates. With an elementary school teacher as a mother, Bates has been involved with the teaching process from an early age and has worked to educate others about the importance of the landscape industry throughout her entire career. As such, her recognition from the ASLA for service is no surprise—to everyone except her, at least. “It’s a bit surreal for me,” Bates says. “There are so many Fellows whom I look up to and whose work I follow, so it seems crazy to me that I’m included in this group of talented people.”
Boy Scouts of America,
Give Kids the World,
Boys and Girls Club,
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.
Vectorworks Design Scholarship
By Jeff Server, LEED AP BD+C, ASLA, Assoc. AIA, Industry Product Specialist at Nemetschek Vectorworks
Latz + Partner,
A residential design project by landscape architecture firm and Vectorworks user Dirtworks, PC was featured in the November issue of Landscape Architecture, the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects.