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Graphisoft announces speakers for Building Together 2022 online event

Graphisoft, the leading BIM software developer for architecture has announced the complete speaker list and agenda for the Building Together 2022 online event

The Building Together 2022 online event is scheduled for October 25-27 and will cover a range of topics, including socially responsible architecture; digital tools and transformation; visualization technology; and future-proofing the next generation of architects and engineers.

The keynotes, case studies, and roundtable discussions will highlight real-life actionable, and practical insights — all within the framework of an inspiring three-day online conference. Live Q&A and networking opportunities with leading professionals and peers will guarantee a robust, interactive experience for all attendees.

“Graphisoft customers have designed millions of buildings around the globe to create a world of attractive, culturally valuable, and sustainable buildings,” said Huw Roberts, Graphisoft CEO. “We’re excited and honored to be joined by outstanding thought leaders and innovators in the AEC space at this year’s Building Together event — and to share their practical insights on the trends shaping architectural design and engineering.”

What to expect at Building Together 2022?

1. Architecture as a tool to improve lives

According to Anna Heringer (Germany), ‘joyful living is a creative and active process.’ The internationally acclaimed 2010 recipient of an honorary UNESCO professorship was recently awarded the Cross of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany for her outstanding contributions as a pioneer of sustainable construction.

2. Acting towards designing Socially Responsible Architecture (SRA)

Jessica M. O’Donnell, Kitchen & Associates (USA), will moderate a roundtable on how architectural practices can take actionable steps now to implement elements of the Socially Responsible Architecture movement in their current projects.

3. Golden nuggets — Data-driven change in architectural practice

Data is everywhere, insights are not. Rosey Alexander, Bond Bryan (UK), shares a glimpse into how architectural practices can use the data they generate to unearth information that drives change and alters behavior.

4. Digital Darwinism

The disruptive nature of start-ups brings innovation and challenges to larger, more established firms. Karl-Heinz Land (Germany) explains what ‘digital Darwinism’ is and how companies can leverage that disruption to work in their favor.

5. Turning a vision into built reality — Floating Office Rotterdam

Albert Richters explains how the Powerhouse Company (Netherlands) used BIM to build a floating, off-grid, carbon-neutral office building.

6. Building business relationships

Bernardo Farkasvölgyi, Farkasvölgyi Architects (Brazil), describes how strong mentor and client relationships and innovative technology partnerships helped build and grow a successful practice — now in its fourth generation — despite a challenging business environment.

7. The advantage of functioning fully in BIM

Learn how Archicad empowers the 12-person team at Resin Architecture, led by Graham Whipple (USA), to do the work of a 50-person firm.

For a complete list of speakers and topics, register for free to attend the Building Together 2022 conference.

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