Architosh will be publishing its next and third annual architosh INSIDER Report in early February (next month). The next issue is topically focused on AAD (algorithms-aided design) or what is commonly referred to as “computational design.”
The State of AAD in Architecture and Beyond
“We have a fantastic small collection of stories on computational design themes from leading practitioners and many of the most important voices in the industry on the software development side of supplying computational design or AAD tools,” says Anthony Frausto-Robledo, editor and publisher of Architosh. “We are confident this next issue will be compelling to readers and many of the features contain forward-looking information not yet communicated to the market elsewhere.”
The release schedule for the annual architosh INSIDER Report has shifted to early February near Architosh’s actual publication birth date of 3 February.
“Most AEC technology publications are flat out in Q4 with attending conferences such as Autodesk’s annual Autodesk University and several other events,” adds Frausto-Robledo. “Kicking off the new year with the INSIDER Report annual relieves tremendous pressure in Q4 and adds punch to Q1 publishing.”
What is INSIDER Report
architosh INSIDER Reports were introduced as a new branded segment of Architosh’s premium content features. Each issue is a “collection” of features organized and published together on the same release date as a topical report.
Kicking off the new year with the INSIDER Report annual relieves tremendous pressure in Q4 and adds punch to Q1 publishing.
Every single feature is accessible from our architosh INSIDER page and each annual contains an introductory article that describes the topical focus and the features contained therein.
The first annual was focused entirely on GRAPHISOFT and was titled, “GRAPHISOFT’s BIM World—From the banks of the Danube to Tokyo.” The second annual did a deep dive on a specific technology in the CAD world—the (.dwg) file format and its adherents. Titled, “The Resurgence of (.dwg)—A Look at its Present and Future Technology,” the annual report contained key features from all the major players in the (.dwg) CAD world.
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