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Building, as a process and an industry, has seen dramatic shifts in recent history, most notably with the explosion of technology and digital processes. Many new thought-provoking ideas and concepts have emerged on the future of building, and most of these concepts have technology at their core. Industry experts and trend watchers talk about better representation of buildings in the form of models and analysis, better understanding of existing realty through laser scanning and translation, better control of construction through digital fabrication and realignment of workflow through integrated project delivery. Yet none of these concepts could be successful without the people who power them.

Please join Phil Bernstein, FAIA, RIBA, LEED AP, VP of Industry Strategy and Relations at Autodesk, Inc. as he addresses some of the leading ideas around the future of building, and examines the relationship between humans and technology and how this relationship will shape the future of the architecture industry. Phil is co-author of “Building (in) the Future: Recasting Labor in Architecture,” which addresses how technology will continue to shape and alter the future of the building industry.

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About Ideate, Inc.

Ideate, Inc. is a leading Autodesk Authorized Developer with 25+ years’ experience in software development and specific focus on Building Information Modeling (BIM) and is a leading Autodesk solutions provider offering quality software, training, support and custom consulting services to the AEC industry since 1992. Headquartered in San Francisco, California and operating five Autodesk Authorized Training Centers (ATCs) in the northwestern U.S., Ideate is recognized as an Autodesk Gold Partner for Architecture, Engineering and Construction, one of Autodesk’s highest levels of authorization.

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