If you weren’t among the more than 600 attendees who joined us in Chicago for the 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit, you might feel a little left out.
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If you’re looking to enhance your workflows, improve your design skills, and have some fun, then look no further. With 30+ thought-leadership sessions, 32+ Continuing Education credit opportunities, 17+ hours of one-on-one tech support, and extensive software training, 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit attendees will gain newfound energy and fresh ideas to create innovative design solutions.
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We know it takes a spark of inspiration and a lot of dedication to see a project through, and we also take pride in helping designers showcase their amazing work worldwide. That’s why we decided to sponsor the 2016 ARCHIPENDIUM calendar: a compilation of architectural projects packed into a compact, daily tear-off calendar. It’s the ultimate desk accessory that’ll have you walking into your office every morning brimming with anticipation for the reveal of that day's inspiration.
For the landscape architects at The Office of James Burnett (OJB), each project is about creating spaces that are individually suited to their unique environments and end users, which is a creative philosophy that 18-year OJB veteran Ronald “Chip” Trageser, ASLA, knows inside and out. In his 25 years of experience in the landscape architecture profession, Trageser has refined a design technique that combines this placemaking approach with an environmental consciousness.
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Finding room for open, natural spaces in over-developed major cities isn’t always easy. However, The Office of James Burnett (OJB) recently stepped up to the challenge, and we’re happy to announce that their design for Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park, a pedestrian-friendly, urban park built over an existing freeway, earned the 2014 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Urban Open Space Award. The annual competition recognizes public spaces that socially and economically enrich and revitalize communities.
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The American Society of Landscape Architects has announced the winners of this year's 2010 Professional Awards. Out of 618 entries from 20 countries around the world, 49 were chosen for recognition. The awards ceremony will take place September 13 during the ASLA Annual Meeting and EXPO in Washington, D.C.
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