Design is all about finding unique solutions. So, how do you stand out in a world where uniformity is rewarded? Join the online, interactive discussion that will connect the dots between vision and reality in The Business of Creativity Google+ Hangout on Air October 9, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. This hour-long discussion, led by Steve Alden, AIA, architect at Nemetschek Vectorworks, will define what it means to be visionary and how flexible workflows help designers discover new ways to imagine and construct their projects. From small firms to large, the panel of practitioners will share details about their creative workflows and perspectives on the future of technology.
Google+ Hangout on Air,
Office Ron Kwaske Architect,
The Business of Creativity,
The Small Group,
At the onset, adopting a BIM workflow may seem daunting, but if you attend a Nemetschek Vectorworks BIM Camp, you'll learn how easy it can be!
A Professional Corporation,
Building Seismic Safety Council,
buildingSMART Alliance Interest Group NYC,
François Lévy Architect,
Industry Foundation Class,
Severson & Werson,
Vectorworks Young Architects Student Scholarship P,
Zetlin & De Chiara LLP
One of our US resellers, Novedge, has created a social network for Vectorworks users. It's called Vectorworking, and in the few short weeks since it's been launched, the site has attracted more than 200 registered users. Now, while the site is mostly US-facing, and by design has mostly US participants, it's attracting community members from across the globe. Vectorworks users from Bulgaria to Nigeria to Dubai are members. We encourage you to take a few minutes and explore the Vectorworking site. Register for an account so you can connect, contribute and collaborate with English-speaking "Vectorworkers" around the world.