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The American House: Designing and Building Houses in the Digital Age at Harvard University

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Computer programs have been around for only a few decades, but their impact on the design and construction of houses has been far reaching. Instead of a single hand-drawn perspective, computers can now generate a complete fly-round, inside and out, often early in the design process. But beyond their efficacy, have these CAD programs actually made the design process or building any better? To have a successful practice, it’s now critical to understand not just the technology but also the potential drag it may have on the creative process.

Thursday, August 8 - Friday, August 9, 2019 | $1,450 | Register Now


Lead Instructor:
Jeremiah Eck, FAIA | Eck/MacNeely Architects

Guest Speakers:
Patrick Ahearn, FAIA | Principal, Patrick Ahearn Architect
Heather Holdridge | Sustainability Director, Lake/Flato Architects
Mark Hutker, FAIA | Principal, Hutker Architects
Michael Imber, FAIA | Principal, Michael G. Imber Architects
Thomas A. Kligerman | Principal, Ike Kligerman Barkley
Victor Legorreta | Managing Director & Design Director, Legorreta
Joeb Moore | Principal, Joeb Moore & Partners

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