Who won when Google sold SketchUp to Trimble? Or more importantly what does it mean that Google didn’t want SketchUp anymore?
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Quick! What year was this photo taken in? 2014? 1974? 1944? Our construction sites, on a macro scale, are due for a big overhaul, don’t you agree?
I love creating diagrams. But this BIM Diagram is by far my favorite. It probably should become my new logo. Find out why it took 25,000 years to make.
The organic future will not be what Hollywood has been telling you. Nor will it be like what most architects assume. This is a good thing. Here’s my article from the SCI-FI issue of CLOG that explains why.
In this follow up to my article from mid-January, Eliot from SmartThings shares how the Conscious Home can really make you a better parent today.
This week I read about the SmartThings Hub and also about Google buying Nest. It made me think about how these technologies could make me a better parent and architect.
Has anyone noticed that obtaining the title of ‘Architect’ is not evaluated on the merit’s of one’s design, but how mathematically they grade within a set of standardized parameters?
I want to see a chart tracking Blacksmiths per Capita over the last 150 years. And for telephone operators. And then one for Architects extending to 2050.
We have powerful digital tools. But neither Ludwig Mies van der Rohe nor Le Corbusier needed them to be famous. Shouldn’t you just follow their lead?
I started a LinkedIn group. It has a grandiose title: Future of Architecture and the Built Environment. You can join the group by clicking here. Why did I start a LinkedIn group when there are already a million billion groups to join. Well: The Main Reason is that there really …
I talk a lot about the future of practicing architecture. I’m really interested in how our tools and processes evolve. I am curious about what common frustrations we will soon no longer need to deal with. A lot of these changes are subtle. Others are a bit more overt. Here’s …
BERGAMA, TURKEY, July 18, 2013 – Bilkom has launched a project called “History comes to life in 3D” using 3D modeling software and mobile technology from GRAPHISOFT and Abvent. As a result, the ancient city in Bergama can be explored in 3D, making it possible for visitors to experience a …