Announcing Masters of ArchiCAD 2016 (YOUR INPUT REQUESTED)
In February 2015, a dozen ArchiCAD experts from around the world shared their knowledge, insights and tips in the first Masters of ArchiCAD Summit, a virtual conference presented as a series of live webinar presentations over two full days.
Over 400 registrants attended live or watched the recordings, making this one of the biggest ArchiCAD events ever held.
The second annual Masters of ArchiCAD Summit will be held February 4 and 5, 2016. Some of the most popular presenters are returning to share their latest projects and experiences, along with a number of veteran users covering new topics.
Masters of ArchiCAD is a rare opportunity to peek into the working methods of experienced users, to help you learn and implement optimized strategies in your own office.
Each presenter brings their unique perspective to the virtual table, focusing on one or more projects or on a topic that they are passionate about. Topics in 2015 included rendering tips and tricks, creating custom parametric GDL objects, quantity calcs, IFC data exchange, modular design, optimized modeling, design-build, etc.
The entire community gets to see how ArchiCAD can be deployed in different contexts, often with distinct workflows as well as building sizes and styles.
There are a few spots left to fill for the 2016 event, so I’m opening this up for your input.
1) Would you like to present? (Note: Presenters receive a substantial honorarium.)
2) Want to nominate or suggest a possible presenter? It could be someone well-known to our global community, or not. Tell us about a colleague who is passionate about their work and pushes the limits of ArchiCAD!
3) Is there a topic you want to see included in the Summit? Your ideas and requests will help shape the final roster of presenters.
Please post your comments, ideas and suggestions here or send me an email with the words “Masters of ArchiCAD” in the subject line.
Details of the 2016 Summit program will be announced in January.
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