At 6pm EST on Tuesday November 10th, Robert A.M. Stern Architects' Director of Design Technology and Information Management Adam Lowenthal will participate in an ICAA panel discussion on how the integration of technology in architecture, design and construction is changing traditional workflow. Ada, will be joined by Reis Contracting’s Chief Technology Officer Shaun Frazier, Colin Slaten of Peter Pennoyer Architects, and Lindsey DuBosar of Hart Howerton.
Terms such as Building Information Modeling and Integrated Project Delivery have existed for years, yet designers often still work in isolation with linear workflows. This is in part due to legacy processes, contractual liabilities, intellectual property practices, awareness of the alternatives, or simply the challenge of technological implementation.
This panel of technologists, based in classical architecture and construction for high-end residential design, will gather to discuss design coordination and collaboration tools that can be utilized to better leverage a more efficient communication workflow and collaboration.
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Adam Lowenthal is the Director of Design Technology and Information Management at Robert A.M. Stern Architects and is responsible for IT infrastructure, BIM and knowledge management, digital archives, design applications, research and development of emerging technologies and customer support. Adam has several years of design and BIM coordination experience on master-planning, multi-family residential and institutional projects. He has developed strategies and workflows to suit the specific needs of RAMSA’s eclectic classical designs. Adam’s design technology interests include the management and creation of customized content, graphic standards, project management, training, staffing and recruitment and AR/VR implementation.
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art (ICAA) is a nonprofit membership organization committed to promoting and preserving the practice, understanding, and appreciation of classical design. The organization offers a broad range of educational programs including one-week intensive classes for architecture and design students, introductory programs for middle school students, lectures and walking tours for the public, continuing education courses for professionals and enthusiasts, travel programs to visit classical masterpieces, the publishing of original and reprinted books, and an annual journal entitled the Classicist.
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