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2019-05-09 18:30:002019-05-09 20:30:00America/New_YorkNew York Digital Design CommunityThe New York Digital Design Community is a forum that focuse
WeWork, 115 W 18th St, 6th Floor 115 W 18th St, 6th Floor New York NY 10011
May 09, 2019
Image: Andrew Haas.
5/9/19, 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WeWork, 115 W 18th St, 6th Floor
The New York Digital Design Community is a forum that focuses on showcasing technology-driven design by leading New York individuals, practices and universities. It is dedicated to disseminating the application of cutting-edge design methodologies and fabrication techniques related to digital technologies, computation, and digital prototyping in a collegial setting. In a series of quarterly events, design leaders from multiple industries showcase their most current and stimulating work at a variety of scales and stages of design. These gatherings bring together individuals from across the field who are in the forefront of developments in digital design, establishing a platform for those who are actively shaping a new profile for their industries and raising the bar for methods of practice in the future.
In this installment of the quarterly series, three practitioners from WeWork and SHoP Architects will showcase the various design methods and technologies that they employ in their workflow, highlighting their recent work on in-house design tooling and infrastructure, as well as visualization techniques in their practice, respectively.
Introduction and Moderation: Andrew Haas, Assoc. AIA, Computational Designer, KPF; Director, Architectural Association Visiting School New York Alfonso Oliva, Director of LERA+ Consulting Structural Engineers
Speakers: Adam Chernick, Associate, Interactice Visualization, SHoP Architects Andrew Heumann, Senior Scientist, Research & Applied Science, WeWork Jonatan Schumacher, Director of Design & Construction Technology, WeWork Christopher Morse, Associate, Interactive Visualization, SHoP Architects
This event is free and open to the public.
As a reminder, AIA National policy requires participants to attend the entire educational portion of an event to receive continuing education credits. We encourage all participants to arrive on time to comply with this policy.
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