Last week, Vectorworks software distributors from around the world convened in Washington, D.C. for our annual conference.
Since its inception in 1995, Icebreaker has led its competitors in the merino wool industry. With over 3,000 trading partners selling its wares in 43 countries, Icebreaker maintains production facilities around the world to keep them supplied. And the recent economic downturn has not stopped their growth. Bill Powell, production artist, says, “People will always buy quality, and we have a quality product.”
We are proud to congratulate Team OMC, winner of the Most Inspired Architect category in the Christchurch City Council 48 Hour Design Challenge. The challenge provided the design and architecture industry with an opportunity to put their best plans forward for specific parts of the Central City rebuilding efforts after the Christchurch earthquake. Team OMC presented a proposal for the design of The Horthern Greens, the former Christchurch Women's Hospital. Our New Zealand distributor, Megabits Trust, was a sponsor of the event.
Topics: 48 Hour Design Challenge, Architecture, Lincoln University, Megabits Trust, School of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln Univer, Team OMC, Vectorworks Designer, Central City Plan, Christchurch City Council, Community, Marilyn Best