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Thursday, 7/25, 6:30pm - 9pm
Location
Buro Happold Engineering, 100 Broadway #23, New York, NY 10005

In this installment, practitioners from Buro Happold Engineering, KieranTimberlake, and Jacobs will showcase the various design methods and technologies they employ in their workflow, highlighting some of their recent work on in-house tools and hacks, as well as project visualization and analysis techniques developed in their practices.  The importance of communication and interoperability in the AEC industry will be illustrated through live demonstration of a visual and interactive hack with event attendees. The hack will be displayed on screens in the background while an open table discussion about digital design in the AEC industry is held.

Introduction and Moderation:
Andrew Haas, Assoc. AIA, Computational Designer, KPF; Co-Director, AA Visiting School New York; Founder and Co-Organizer, New York Digital Design Community

Speakers:
Wolf Mangelsdorf
, Dipl Ing (Arch) Dipl Ing (Civil) CEng MIStructE, Partner, Buro Happold Engineering
Tom Ben-David, PhD, EIT, LEED AP BD+C, Graduate Mechanical Engineer, Buro Happold Engineering
Kayleigh Houde, PE, Computational Community Leader, Buro Happold Engineering
Mark Davis, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, Kieran Timberlake
Ryan Welch, Principal, Kieran Timberlake
Christopher Connock, Design Computation Director, Kieran Timberlake
Chitwan Saluja, Intl. Assoc. AIA, Director of Technology, Jacobs

Schedule:

6:30-7:00pm: Opening Reception, Networking

7:00-7:15pm: Keynote by Wolf Mangelsdorf: Computation in the AEC Industry

7:15-7:45pm: Showcase: Computational Approaches from BuroHappold, Kieran Timberlake, & Jacobs

7:45-7:50pm: Introduction of the Hack: “What’s in a Name?” (Audience Participation via App)

7:50-8:15pm: Round Table Discussion: The Collaborative + Co-Creative Effects of Computation in the AEC Industry / Kayleigh Houde (BH), Wolf Mangelsdorf (BH), Mark Davis (KT), Chitwan Saluja (Jacobs)

8:15-8:20pm: Debrief of the Hack / Tom Ben-David(BH) & Christopher Connock(KT)

8:20-8:30pm: Q&A, Discussion

8:30-9:00pm: Closing Reception, Networking

Photo ID required for entering building. Contributions made possible by Microsol, LERA, and BuroHappold Engineering.

Organized by
New York Digital Design Community
Thursday, 7/25, 6:30pm - 9pm
Location
Buro Happold Engineering, 100 Broadway #23, New York, NY 10005
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