We are finishing up 2018 with our last tech round up of the year!
To pay tribute to The Wiz’s 40th anniversary, TUTS (Theater Under the Stars) in Houston, Texas presented its own rendition of this classic Broadway musical. New York-based lighting designer Alex Jainchill was tasked to light the production.
The weather outside may be frightful, but this month’s tech roundup is so delightful! Here’s what we have in store for our users:
Once again, Spotlight proved to be a time saver and collaboration facilitator. Isak Gabre, the former systems and project manager at the Royal Swedish Opera, recently used our software to create a gothic video projection to coincide with the opening of Dracula at the opera house. You can read more about his success on our website.
This year’s Nordic Design Day took place in Helsinki, Finland on September 28 at the Finlandia Hall, where attendees from interior design, architecture, landscape, and entertainment design gathered to gain insights on the latest technology during this one-day event full of thought leadership, inspiration, and networking.
The team at PWP Landscape Architecture, a 35-year-old landscape architecture firm led by Peter Walker, began their recent work in Sydney in 2009 when they were selected to lead the public domain strategy for Barangaroo, a globally significant, 22-hectare waterfront renewal project along Sydney Harbor. In 2015, Barangaroo Reserve was the first phase in the three-district master plan to open, with Barangaroo South and Central to follow. The Reserve project re-creates “Millers Point” headland in its original location by transforming a concrete container port into a six-hectare naturalistic park with over 75,000 plantings native to the Sydney region.
Topics: Peter Walker, PWP Landscape Architecture, Sydney, Clinton Climate Initiative Development Program, C40 Climate Positive Development, Barangaroo South, Barangaroo Central, Barangaroo, Sydney Harbor, Barangaroo Reserve, David Walker
On October 2, over 200 Vectorworks customers, prospects, and partners gathered for Vectorworks Design Day at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London. This event served as the one year anniversary celebration of the Vectorworks UK office opening.
Topics: Adrian Slatter, Jeremy Powell, Ruby Siddiqui, Solibri, Steve Johnson, Tamsin Slatter, CEO Dr. Biplab Sarkar, Vectorworks UK, BIM Level 2, vectorworks 2019, Cavendish Conference Centre, Ares Landscape Architects, Assael Architecture, Vectorworks Design Day, Ricardo Ares, Ben Lam, Gabriel Zitman, Starbucks Coffee Company UK LTD
Slavin Architects, a nine-person architecture firm in North Fremantle, Western Australia, has a wide portfolio including heritage, civil, commercial, education, and residential design projects. Recently, they were tasked with the Mediterranean Shipping Company heritage project, which involved the renovation of the 100-year-old Wilhelmsen House and the transformation of an adjacent carpark into The Annex, which together create a space to accommodate the company’s new Australia and New Zealand Headquarters.
“Pop-Up” architecture allows architects to get creative with inventive materials. 5468796 Architecture, a Winnipeg-based architecture firm, is a team of progressive design enthusiasts that jumped at the opportunity to create a temporary structure with local design team Factor Eficiencia for Mexico City’s MEXTRÓPOLI City Architecture Festival in March, 2017.
Monthly tech roundups are back, and this month we are focusing on what’s new in Vectorworks 2019 and how you can benefit from this new release.