Oliver Lowrie is developing ways of using Virtual Reality to take clients on a design journey, test designs out, and ultimately make better buildings.
Tomas Millar, of Millar+Howard Workshop, enthuses about how Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and 3D modelling are providing clients with a much clearer picture of the building they want.
Five practices explain the impact technology is having on their work, from new design capabilities to algorithm-assisted costing and custom-build houses.
Ingval Maxwell, a consultant in architectural conservation, discusses some of the challenges and opportunities that BIM poses for his sector
Architects should take the lead in ensuring a fire safety strategy is handed over
Parliament has voted to reject the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated between the UK Government and the European Union; find out what this could mean for architects.
In the first of five blogs about the impact of technology on architectural practice, Dale Sinclair explains how fully digital design will radically transform the decision-making process.
Letter from the CEO on the rejection of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement
Aaron Perry, BIM Manager at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, explains how knowledge accrued through BIM can feed into project after project, speeding up design using flexible 'standard' parts.