The revolution will be mechanised

2021-11-29T13:08:49+01:00

Bartlett professor Jacqui Glass tells architects not to ignore modern methods of construction and offers practical advice as to how to embed the relevant knowledge within their teams.

The revolution will be mechanised2021-11-29T13:08:49+01:00

BIG on the “mind-blowing” possibilities of Twinmotion

2022-05-11T11:59:23+01:00

Editor Isabel Allen talks to BIM specialists Jens Majdal Kaarsholm and Peter Mortensen from Danish architecture studio BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) about the way real-time rendering technology like Epic Games' Twinmotion is impacting the practice’s work.

BIG on the “mind-blowing” possibilities of Twinmotion2022-05-11T11:59:23+01:00

Code-Bothy

2020-11-19T10:28:13+01:00

Research Research by Piercy & Company and Material Architecture Lab into digitally-augmented manual crafts shows great potential for design and for the construction industry, explains Guan Lee

Code-Bothy2020-11-19T10:28:13+01:00

VR in Practice

2020-10-09T17:00:33+01:00

Technology
A virtual twin expands opportunities for cities to host citizens and visitors, says Hanna Harris, Chief Design Officer of Helsinki

VR in Practice2020-10-09T17:00:33+01:00

VR in Practice

2020-10-09T17:00:47+01:00

Technology
Virtual Reality might be used both to describe the future and to preserve the past, says Softroom's Oliver Salway

VR in Practice2020-10-09T17:00:47+01:00

VR in Practice

2020-10-09T17:01:00+01:00

Technology
Virtual Reality has enabled remote planning meetings and public consultations during lockdown, says Oliver Lowrie of Ackroyd Lowrie

VR in Practice2020-10-09T17:01:00+01:00

VR in Practice

2020-10-09T17:01:27+01:00

Technology
Virtual Reality has proved invaluable – but isn’t suited to every project, says Russell Potter of SODA Studio

VR in Practice2020-10-09T17:01:27+01:00

Technology in Architecture

2019-10-03T13:06:27+01:00

Round Table
How is information technology changing the nature of architectural practice, and what does this mean for the future of the profession? These questions were addressed by a panel of experts in a round table discussion hosted by AT and Reynaers

Technology in Architecture2019-10-03T13:06:27+01:00

Informed Design

2018-06-28T09:24:07+01:00

Practice
Developing digital tools in-house allows Pilbrow & Partners to design more intelligently and helps to defend the role of the architect, says Fred Pilbrow

Informed Design2018-06-28T09:24:07+01:00

Added Values

2017-07-17T12:02:30+01:00

Practice
Adopting BIM is a big undertaking for a small practice but has both predictable and unexpected benefits, says Kyle Buchanan

Added Values2017-07-17T12:02:30+01:00