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  1. Apr 05,  · I am the CEO of a global architecture and design practice. I have been with the same firm for nearly 40 years. And in the last few years I have seen more change—fundamental, cataclysmic change—than the previous four decades combined. To hit the highlights: we bought out significant shareholders, were acquired by a Netherlands-based engineering .
  2. Future Firm is a Chicago-based architecture firm that designs spaces, big and small, for people to come together in new ways.
  3. Architects of the Future. likes. „Architects of the Future“ are young and highly motivated social entrepreneurs working on projects fostering peace, social equality and sustainability.
  4. Jun 02,  · We must change the view that architecture is an addition or a luxury to be enjoyed in boom times, and instead understand it as a reflection of our society and our values. Good architecture makes cities comfortable, accessible, etc. We live in architecture, while at the same time architecture helps to shape our collective memory.
  5. 5 Future Media Architects reviews. A free inside look at company reviews and salaries posted anonymously by employees/5(5).
  6. 5 Trends Shaping The Future Of Architecture Architects from ’s most innovative companies look into their crystal balls and divine the ways .
  7. Jan 19,  · I met the architect of the future last week. No, I didn’t take a test drive in Doc’s souped up DeLorean. I attended the Building Connections Congress in Washington, DC. Truth be told, the architect of the future wasn’t in attendance. In fact, the architect of the future isn’t even a real person, at least not yet.
  8. Future-State Architectural Design. Everyone is talking about the need for a digital transformation, but how do you get there? See how our future-state architecture design can use cutting edge technology to meet your organization’s needs.
  9. Jan 11,  · Thirty-seven percent of architecture firms used BIM for billable work in , up from 10 percent in ( Firm Survey) The tools and methods that architects use to design buildings are also continuing to evolve. The use of building information modeling software, while already widespread, will continue to grow over the next decade.

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