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Tariq Dixon, co-founder of TRNK NYC, will discuss PROVENANCED, a digital exhibition that debuted in fall of 2020. PROVENANCED explores what it might mean to establish a canon of African and Indigenous-inspired design that exists outside a colonial legacy of extraction and appropriation. Dixon's lecture will look at product design and industrial design through the lens of racism and classism in terms of curation, the industrial design business, and how the industry historically has been impacted by these phenomena.
Advancing Computational Building Design enables forward-thinking architects and engineers to accelerate their adoption of generative, digital design tools across their projects. You’ll hear how your peers are leveraging computation and iterative design processes to inform decision making and provide the power to clients to better visualize their future asset and drive collaborative relationships with designers.
Returning for its 4th year, ACBD is back and will be reuniting the AEC community in Denver to yet again provide the actionable insight required to allow computational design to expand and change the face of architecture.
A public event will be held at the Denver Art Museum on the evening of Thursday, July 19 between 6:00-8:00PM as part of the AERIAL FUTURES: Constructed Landscapes think tank taking place in Denver between July 19-20, 2018.
Transportation infrastructure is transforming Front Range mobility — whether that’s Denver International Airport’s (DEN) global hub status linking citizens to the world, or its pivotal role for intermodal regional connectivity. With focus shifting away from the car, Denver is fast becoming a laboratory for new modes of transportation. Over the last few decades, Denver’s population has increased dramatically, spurring interest in adopting