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Building Resilient Architectural Practices

Building Resilient Architectural Practices

Building projects are getting bigger and complex, while design budgets and timelines are shrinking, at the same time building regulatory compliance demands are increasing. Fortunately, digital tools are there to support every discipline of design practice. Most global design firms are already leveraging the usage of BIM, but in India, although there is a lot of awareness and will to utilize BIM, most firms are struggling to adopt BIM in efficient way and are not able to relate initial investments to the success of firms. So what does it take to grow your practice and reach great Heights?

Let us hear it from our speakers:

  • Patrick MacLeamy, who is a former CEO of Multi-national Architectural & Engineering Firm, HOK and is an Advocate of BIM and has given us the famous "MacLeamy curve" to help us understand the benefits of BIM workflow in the design process.
  • Philip Bernstein, Former Vice President at Autodesk and a Former Principal at Pelli Clarke Architects. Phil Bernstein is an Architect, Technologist and Educator. He lectures, write and consults extensively on design practice, technology and project delivery in the building industry.
  • Manit Rastogi. Internationally renowned Architect, Leading speaker in Sustainable Design & winner of over 100 prestigious awards, Manit Rastogi is the Founding Partner of Morphogenesis, one of the largest Architectural Firms in South Asia and listed among the top 100 Architectural Firms globally.

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Cite: "Building Resilient Architectural Practices" 04 Oct 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/948989/building-resilient-architectural-practices> ISSN 0719-8884

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