While a New Year’s resolution to go to the gym regularly might be tricky to keep, we’re making it easy to commit to earning your required Continuing Education credits. In fact, we recently partnered with Architectural Record to produce “A Placemaking Approach to Design.” Available online and in the December 2014 print version of the magazine, this article delves into the mindsets of today’s forward-thinking designers who have made it their mission to plan sites that serve today’s needs and those of generations to come: a concept known as intelligent urbanism.
By Eric Gilbey, RLA, ASLA, Prof. APLD, Landscape Architecture Industry Specialist at Nemetschek Vectorworks
Topics: plug-ins, resiliency, Vectorworks, Vectorworks Architect, Ballast Point Park, Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park, Landmark, Landscape, McGregor Coxall, Vectorworks 2014, Vectorworks Landmark
Graduation ceremonies are wrapping up here in the United States, so we wanted to similarly wrap up our series of articles with tips for emerging professionals. This time, we sought career advice from Vectorworks users in the world of landscape architecture/design and urban planning. Hope you find these words of wisdom useful!
Adrian McGregor is managing partner of McGregor Coxall, a landscape architecture and urban design firm based in Sydney, Australia, and founder of The Biocity Studio, an innovative research group and internet portal that encourages action to ensure a cleaner, stronger world.
Topics: Adrian McGregor, Telstra Business Awards, The Biocity Studio, Topos Magazine, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, Ballast Point Park, BIM, Landmark, Landscape, McGregor Coxall, Notable User, Parramatta Road