Mary Moscarello Gutierrez
GRAPHISOFT would like to congratulate the firm of Ordiz Melby Architects (OMA) on their silver anniversary. For the past 25 years this firm has excelled in educational, commercial and healthcare projects and is now the largest firm in Kern County, California.
From the beginning of his career, Peter Landon, FAIA, has had the community in mind – engaging on a one-to-one level that brings neighborhood-specific solutions to life. That legacy has continued since the 70s and has received numerous awards and accolades. That’s why it comes as no surprise that he will be recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award from AIA Chicago’s Board of Directors.
For more than four decades, Landon served as “an advocate for excellence and equity in design, particularly in under-resourced communities”. GRAPHISOFT had the distinct honor to profile his firm and the work at Landon Bone Baker Architects (LBBA) in our first season of By Design, our award-winning digital series on the present and future of architecture. Peter and the LBBA team were featured
in our acclaimed second episode, titled "The New Urbanism". In the clip below, Peter Landon and Jeff Bone speak with passion and humility about what motivates them to remain committed to bringing good design to community-based housing.
Prepare to be inspired.
LBBA works firmly grounded in the beliefs that good design is for everyone and that architects play an essential role in making that happen for the community. Working from a core relationship with advocates so that they best address the needs of diverse residents and neighbors, LBBA strives to “…recognize and respect the value of our diversity...”
The entire team at GRAPHISOFT would like to congratulate Peter Landon for his receiving this distinct honor. Landon will receive the award on October 26 at Designight 2018, celebrating Chicago’s architectural community and the 2018 recipients of the Design Excellence Awards.
AIA Chicago’s Board of Directors has selected Peter Landon, FAIA to receive the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award.
ARCHICAD 22 wins Best of Show, A18 for BIM “The fluidity and elegance that ARCHICAD 22 implemented in the curtain wall toolset was very impressive. The deepening connection to core BIM element tool chains to the leading algorithmic design software is just the most visible achievement but lurking behind the surface is continued leading edge programming skills with the integration of ‘machine learning’ into ARCHICAD 22 for the benefit of the user.”
Multiple awards have been given to GRAPHISOFT’s® original digital content series “By Design” – watch Season 2 streaming now at bydesign.graphisoftus.com
BIM6x has put together a very unique destination training event for ARCHICAD users – travel to beautiful Cabo San Lucas for an in-depth learning session that will improve your skills and help you network with successful ARCHICAD firms.
The love of Legos takes this BIM education program to a whole other level. Read about how BIM and Legos bridged the gap of understanding for people who know BIM has benefits – they see it clearly in the end!
Announcing the next version of ARCHICAD its award-winning BIM software solution. ARCHICAD 22 improves the architectural design and documentation workflow for building façades. In addition, ARCHICAD 22 introduces significant improvements to its construction modeling, information management and 2D performance.
Design in Action pairs DC Public and Charter High School students with top DC architecture firms for one week during Spring break. Started in 2012 by Janet Bloomberg, AIA of KUBE Architecture, the program has grown to include over 26 architecture firms each year. GRAPHISOFT North America partnered with the Washington Architectural Foundation, Catholic University of America’s Architecture School (CUA), and Common Good City Farm (CGCF) to support Design in Action: Build (DIA: Build).
In this article, MDT founders discuss how working with BIM has helped them deliver large commercial projects on time, and with improved accuracy.
Sustainably designed environmentally responsible projects are the hallmark of Oak Park, Illinois-based ARCHICAD firm Tom Basset-Dilley Architect (TBDA).
PH create mixed-use developments; residential properties; urban centered projects (spanning single family homes and large-scale city centers); as well as historic preservation and adaptive reuse projects.
ARCHICAD has been the software of choice at Isaman design, Inc. for the past 8 years, where a team of 6 tackle custom residential projects.
Our final studio profile of Episode 4 of By Design lets us see architecture through the eyes of Olvia Demetriou, Co-Founder of DC architectural firm HapstakDemetriou+. Demetriou comes to the industry from a familial connection, being born and raised in the urban planning and architecture field. That early exposure to high intensity design meetings shaped her and helped her realize at a young age she wanted to be an architect.
Watch the Studio Profile for insight into Demetriou's unique and rich experience as a pioneering woman in the industry. You'll hear her speak about her use of ARCHICAD and how it supports her ability to create renderings that have made a developer say, “I want to live there".
Watch Episode 4: Breaking Ground here
We move forward through Episode 4 of By Design and take a closer look at CORE architecture + design. This prominent DC-based firm relies on ARCHICAD to support their creativity and help them stay profitable. Allison Cooke and the team at CORE truly embrace an interdisciplinary approach to projects. Learn how being able to look at multiple perspectives, via ARCHICAD and the firm's blended, cohesive team strategy helps them be successful.
Watch Episode 4: Breaking Ground below:
As GRAPHISOFT continues its original digital content series, our focus moves to the stories of two successful female architects. Allison Cooke and Olivia Demetriou describe their journeys into architecture and examine their roles at the head of two successful DC-based architectural firms, CORE architecture + design and HapstakDemetriou+. See how they are Breaking Ground in By Design, Episode 4. Be sure to sign up for series updates so you don't miss an episode.
Watch Breaking Ground now!