The 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit is quickly approaching, and we want you to get just as excited as we are! So, here’s a sneak peek at some of the architecture-specific sessions that will be held in Phoenix this November.
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Just imagine: warm Arizona weather, informative and inspiring industry sessions, lively networking events, and hands-on training…
Topics: Motion Pictures, Scott Barnes, Todd McCurdy, Flansburgh Architects, Huitt-Zollars, Vectorworks Design Summit, 2018 Vectorworks Design Summit, Phoenix, Arizona, Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Joseph Marshall, Design Summit Registration
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.
Topics: AIA LUs, Architecture, Asite, Bluebeam Software, EIZO, Entertainment, exhibit design, Exhibit Logic, Fairmont Chicago, graphical scripting, Maxon Computer GmbH, Planet Vectorworks, Project Sharing, Rendering Tricks, Scia, Site Analysis, Solibri, Spotlight, The Office of James Burnett, 2015 Vectorworks Design Summit, 2016 Vectorworks Design Summit, Architectural Tours, BIM, Canon U.S.A, Chief Marketing Officer Stewart Rom, collaborative BIM, continuing education, Energos, energy modeling, ESP Vision, Flansburgh Architects, HP, Itten+Brechbuhl AG, LA CES PDHs, Marionette, MIllenium Park, Vectorworks 2016, Vectorworks Design Summit, #VectorworksDesignSummit
Award-winning firm Flansburgh Architects put its philosophy "that well-designed buildings can improve the quality of our lives" to work on the Big Island of Hawaii in the design of Hawaii Preparatory Academy's Energy Laboratory. Working in collaboration with the owner, owner's project manager, an energy/sustainability consultant, a structural engineer, and a MEP engineer, the firm designed this 9,000-square-foot science facility with the goals of meeting the Living Building Challenge and achieving LEED Platinum certification.
Topics: 2010 Excellence in Sustainable Design and Developm, AIA Honolulu, Architecture, LEED Platinum, Flansburgh Architects, Hawaii Preparatory Academy Energy Lab, Living Building Challenge, Project Highlight