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Now Practice Now: STUFF—Big Data: Tech and Resilience in the Design Industry

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  • COST

    $15 BSA members/ $30 non-members

  • TYPE

    Professional Development

  • AUDIENCE

    Professionals

Technology and big data are transforming the design industry. From clients demanding more data on new building technologies, to a deeper understanding of how data is influencing our cities, this panel will engage in lively discussion around how designers are using these trends to re-shape our communities and the future of architectural engagement.

Moderator
Danielle McDonough AIA, LEED AP BD+C, CambridgeSeven

Panelists
Kyle Martin Assoc. AIA, Gensler

Brad Barnett, Co-Director, Sasaki Strategies

Sabrina Dorsainvil, Director of Civic Design, Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics

Moderated Q&A. All are invited to participate

Equity. Inclusion. Design. Technology. Environment. Resources. Innovation.

Architecture practice now faces significant challenges. Changes in technology, production, and collaboration are altering traditional modes of working. The Now Practice Now workshops explore the means and methods of transforming practice. The series is for those who now practice.

Have your say: @BSAAIA #NOWPRACTICE.

Sponsored by the Sakai Foundation.

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