(WE315) Architecture And the Era of Connections
Join us for #EQxDHack16 at AIA National Convention in Philadelphia!
This exciting hackathon will start with an exploration of the intersection of design and tech featuring a diverse panel of leaders and entrepreneurs. Join us for a look at future opportunities and practice innovations related to the business of architecture in the new digital economy.
During the second half of the workshop, participants will form groups and develop a plan of action to positively impact the future of the architectural practice. Teams will present their concepts to judges, and the winning team will present its "hack" to conference participants at a social/networking event.
Credits: 3.75 LUs/RIBA
Content level: Intermediate
VP Strategic Industry Relations at Autodesk
Waltham, Massachusetts , United States
Phillip G. Bernstein is a Vice President at Autodesk, a leading provider of digital design and engineering software, where he leads Strategic Industry Relations and is responsible for setting the company’s future vision and strategy for technology as well …
Senior Associate at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Albany, California , United States
Rosa is an architect and Senior Associate at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson with 20 years experience. Rosa has led a variety of award winning and acclaimed design projects. Rosa serves as an AIA San Francisco Board Asst. Treasurer, the Founding Chair for The Mis …
CEO at Roar for Good
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , United States
Yasmine Mustafa is passionate about leveraging technology for good. She’s the CEO and co-founder of ROAR for Good, a social impact company aimed at empowering women to live their lives boldly and without fearing using fashionable safety jewelry, mobile te …
Co-Founder & CEO at Section Cut
San Francisco, California , United States
Robert Yuen is the Co-founder and CEO of Section Cut. Trained as an architect, Robert’s design practice has developed over the past 6 years into a dual focus on Architectural services and recently in entrepreneurship. Robert is currently focused on Section Cut, a web-based platform committed to empowering designers and demystifying design culture to the public. Section Cut is a crowd-sourced, finely curated collection of design resources and beautifully designed objects with an educational agenda.