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Credits: 1 AIA LU/Elective; 1 AIBD P-CE; 0.1 IACET CEU
May qualify for learning hours through most Canadian architectural associations
The way that people live is evolving, and it is important that AEC industry professionals are able to adjust their designs to better serve a new generation. This course will help designers cater to a younger generation that is interested in maximizing smaller spaces, bringing elements of nature into urban settings, and communicating with technology.
Sarah Barrett brings more than a decade of experience as an architect and graphic designer, as well as professional expertise in the field of parametric modeling, to her role as an Architect Product Specialist at Vectorworks, Inc. In addition to serving as an architectural expert and BIM specialist for the company, Sarah helps create best practices for Marionette, the integrated algorithmic modeling tool in Vectorworks software. She also leads webinars and workshops on a variety of industry topics and develops materials to help customers improve their workflows and design processes. Sarah has an M.Arch. from the University of Michigan and a B.A. in architectural studies from Brown University.
- Discover how Millennials use and occupy space.
- Rethink space planning methodology based on a new generation and how to make a space functional within a larger urban context.
- Explore the capabilities of BIM software and how it brings efficiency to communication and space planning across generations.
- Examine case studies where specifiers used BIM software and space, human connectedness, and sustainability were maximized.