About this event
BIM/CAD software often lacks a visually intuitive interface, making it too far removed from reality to understand on a level sufficient to make rapid, informed design decisions. Real-time visualization is the missing link that bridges the gap between a BIM/CAD interface and a constructed project, helping both designers and their clients to envision what a design will actually look like when built.
For this talk, we welcome Roderick Bates, Head of Integrated Practice at Enscape, to explain how to successfully implement real-time visualization at every stage of design, while also creating a more inclusive design process. Decision making, BIM model quality assurance, performance analysis, and coordination all benefit from bringing real-time visualization to the BIM/CAD workflow, and Roderick will show how to do this best.
By attending this webinar, you'll learn how to:
Throughout his career, Roderick has sought out and developed solutions to environmental challenges related to the design, construction, and operations of buildings. As the Head of Integrated Practice at Enscape, he is responsible for researching industry and market trends which are shaping the way Enscape customers work. Leveraging that industry knowledge, Roderick collaborates with Enscape Product and R&D leaders to assess new product development opportunities that will shape the future of building design. Previously, as a Principal at Kieran Timberlake, Roderick led the efforts to develop and commercialize software and hardware tools used by the greater the AEC community to improve the environmental and operational performance of buildings.
Paul Keskeys is Editor in Chief at Architizer. An architect-trained editor, writer and content creator, Paul graduated from UCL and the University of Edinburgh, gaining an MArch in Architectural Design with distinction. Paul has spoken about the art of architecture and storytelling at many national industry events, including AIANY, NeoCon, KBIS, the Future NOW Symposium, the Young Architect Conference and NYCxDesign. As well as hundreds of editorial publications on Architizer, Paul has also had features published in Architectural Digest, PIN—UP Magazine, Archinect, Aesthetica Magazine and PUBLIC Journal.
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