Recorded at the October 2011 joint event of the NYC Revit Users Group and NYC BIM Group, this recording features: James Vandezande and Jason Zoss from HOK; Arash Yaghoubi from Structuretone; Cheryl Massie, Frank Padilla and John Gerney from WSP Flack + Kurtz; and Patrick Bowe from ABCO Peerless Sprinkler Corp. The formal presentation starts about 10 minutes into the recording. We used a modified microphone configuration for recording this meeting, so please adjust your speakers/headphone volume as necessary.+ More details
Curso Básico de Geoestatística - Problema na Potenciais Nas Avaliações de Recursos e Reservas+ More details
On March 11, PennDesign hosted The Lisa Roberts & David Selzer Integrated Product Design Lecture, featuring Ayse Birsel and Bibi Seck, co-founders of Birsel + Seck, a human-centered design and innovation studio that utilizes Birsel’s renowned design-thinking process, Deconstruction:Reconstruction™, to solve old problems in new ways and bring innovative solutions to market. For more information, please visit http://www.design.upenn.edu/calendar/ayse-birsel-bibi-seck.+ More details
NYC Revit Users Group presentation from August 2010 featuring Scott Wood, AIA, LEED AP - Director of Virtual Construction Services at Tishman Construction.+ More details
For nearly a decade the profession has engaged problems related to the emergence of information and virtual construction technologies that effectively transform the dynamics of the production and performance of buildings. The best use of these tools and technologies remains the subject of continuing debate and speculation; notwithstanding, the AEC industry is adopting them apace, with increasingly newsworthy results. This session will explore the educational implications of integrated methodologies—design, practice, and project delivery—including and especially the use of tools that foster greater convergence and collaboration among the primary agents of building production earlier in the design process. Panelists will report from diverse perspectives on emerging digital technologies, industry trends, and collaborative paradigms for architectural pedagogy.+ More details
Bill Moggridge, Director of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and founder of IDEO, gave the Spring 2012 Integrated Product Design Lecture sponsored by Lisa Roberts and David Seltzer. Moggridge, credited with designing the first laptop computer, describes his career as having three phases, first as a designer, second as a leader of design teams and third as a communicator. Since 2000, he has been a spokesperson for the value of design in everyday life, writing books, producing videos, giving presentations and teaching. Moggridge was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at Cooper-Hewitt's National Design Awards at the White House in 2009 and the Prince Philip Designers Prize in 2010. Orkan Telhan, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts - Emerging Design Practices, introduces. For more information, visit www.design.upenn.edu/calendar/integrated-product-design-lecture-bill-moggridge.+ More details
Part of the Spring 2014 Lecture Series, the 2014 Lisa Roberts and David Seltzer Integrated Product Design Lecture featured Dror Benshetrit of Studio Dror, an interdisciplinary practicet hat invents while it innovates in a diverse range of industries. They partner with top-tier companies including Bentley, Cappellini, Tumi, and Target, and their work spans architecture, interior, product design, and creative direction. Dror's approach to design has shown breadth and depth through the completion of projects varying in scales and nature. For more information, visit www.design.upenn.edu/calendar/lisa-roberts-and-david-seltzer-integrated-product-design-lecture-dror-benshetrit.+ More details
Moderator: Michael Jemtrud, McGill University Participants: Leslie Van Duzer, University of British Columbia and Ramtin Attar, Autodesk Research This year’s session, structured to encourage discussion with the audience, considered the impact of the broad conceptual underpinnings of “integrative practice” on curriculum, accreditation, research, and alternative professional tracts for architects. The speakers discussed opportunities for graduates that are emerging as practices rapidly evolve. Environmental and performance simulation, visualization and modeling, and contemporary building technologies and materials are among the areas open for exploration at schools. How can faculties respond today and in the future?+ More details
Lean isn't just for manufacturing. It can be done in offices too! Watch Oil Country Engineering's founder, Dennis Cuku talk about his lean journey. Then, watch the Mosaic Centre team talk about the results lean has enabled on a Chandos project here in Alberta.+ More details
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