Keynote Speakers Announced for GRAPHISOFT North America User Conference
Distinguished Keynote Speakers Announced
Renowned keynote speakers take center stage at this year’s North America BIM Conference, being held March 22-24 in Las Vegas.
This year’s pair of keynote speakers highlights a commitment to innovation as well as creating architecture rich in individual personality, local context, and highly social experiences. They are Kai-Uwe Bergmann partner of internationally-lauded architecture firm Bjarke Ingels Group and Marc Kushner, co-founder and CEO of online showcase and industry resource Architizer. The two live and breathe at the intersection of architecture and technology, where GRAPHISOFT lives, breathes and thrives as well.
A Value for Visionaries
GRAPHISOFT’s clients are visionaries, innovators, and industry leaders demanding cutting-edge technology and tools that help them build and design physical spaces.
Presentations from ARCHICAD “Power Users” and GRAPHISOFT experts help conference attendees explore ARCHICAD to push the limits of design and empowers them to use building information modeling in disruptive ways. To serve these attendees, GRAPHISOFT has compiled a unique course line up that provides the ultimate BIM learning and networking experience. Our flagship event, now in its third year, welcomes users from around the world to the only conference in North America that is 100% ARCHICAD.
As conference attendees learn from the expert course instructors and keynote speakers, the friendly, all-access atmosphere of the gathering gives them time to speak one-on-one about hot industry topics, trends, and technologies.
The AIA-approved course line-up earns attendees up to 15 AIA Learning Units by conference end. The networking opportunities between like-minded, passionate ARCHICAD users and even developers of the software allow for spontaneous brainstorming and problem-solving sessions. No other conference delivers as many chances to forge new alliances, build new business contacts and discuss implementing a new technology or BIM workflow; the opportunity to interact face-to-face with ARCHICAD developers and power users is invaluable.