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Vectorworks Design Summit Keynote Speakers Announced: CEO and First-Ever Entertainment Design Keynote
Vectorworks CEO Dr. Sarkar and International Lighting Designer Roland Greil to address attendees at the ultimate training event.
Autodesk’s Anagnost didn’t mince words about the future with automation. It’s going to be a positive sum game and the software maker wants itself and its customers at its epicenter.
If you can’t attend the 2017 Vectorworks Design Summit event happening this week in Baltimore, you can watch it live!
The Vectorworks Design Summit is coming in September and noted architect Brad Cloepfil, founding principal of Allied Works Architecture, is headlining the design keynote.
Architosh attended GRAPHISOFT’s 2017 biennial BIMCOM event this year in Vegas. Here is our Day 1 summary with tons of details, tidbits, and tool talk for the ARCHICAD and even non-ARCHICAD AEC professional.
Many Architosh readers may remember Richard Kerris from his days at Apple as Senior Director of Developer Technologies (his role from 2001 – 2007) where he led worldwide developer relations and technical marketing across audio, video, photography and other pro apps. Presenting in eight Steve Jobs keynotes, Kerris was one of the few Apple executives permitted to talk to the press about Apple products. In this second Architosh interview (his first was well over a decade ago) Kerris discusses his career at places like Apple, HP, and Pixar and provides an informed market perspective on virtual and augmented reality (AR/VR), the changing nature of the creative “pro” in digital fields and of course the new Avegant Glyph.
Bogdan & Broeck’s Leo van Broeck and McGregor Coxall’s Adrian McGregor to Keynote Vectorworks Design Summit in Philadelphia
Nemetschek Vectorworks has big plans this spring in Philadelphia with a planned Vectorworks Design Summit for its users worldwide. The global leader in CAD and BIM will also have an Expo Hall with related products from vendors such as MAXON of Germany with its CINEMA 4D and Bluebeam for example.
Utility and Tools Apps for Architects is a broad but useful category, filled with many possibilities. But what are some of the really cool apps to consider? And what should architects not try to live without? Take a look, we think you’ll see some cool stuff.