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Interviews from WDBE 2019

Interviews from WDBE 2019 Cristina Savian WDBE 2019

World Summit on Digital Built Environment WDBE 2019 took place on September 24-25, 2019, in Helsinki. Here are Aarni’s short interviews from the event with Steve Holzer, Cristina Savian, and Torben Klitgaard. Steve Holzer, Evangelist at BIMobject®. You can download Steve’s presentation slides. Visit BIMobject at https://www.bimobject.com. Cristina Savian, Managing Director at BE-WISE Visit http://be-wise.xyz/ […]

Five Reasons Why You Should Attend WDBE 2019

Five Reasons Why You Should Attend WDBE 2019 WDBE 2019

The World Summit on Digital Built Environment WDBE 2019 takes place on September 24-25, 2019, in Helsinki, Finland. Here are five reasons why you should attend: Meet top talent from the public and private sector: decision-makers, researchers, influencers, legislators, etc. WDBE is a place of discussion and a place of action! The keynotes: speakers coming […]

WDBE 2019

WDBE 2019 WDBE 2019

Word Summit on Digital Built Environment WDBE 2019 will take place on September 24-25, 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. The event’s theme is Transforming Urban User Experience. There will be around 100 presentations and keynotes from Amazon, Google, Microsoft, WeWork, Zaha Hadid Architects, and others. Sign up at wdbe.org.

From Linear to Circular in Construction: An Interview with Lu Ying

From Linear to Circular in Construction: An Interview with Lu Ying Lu Ying at WDBE 2019

Lu Ying recently co-founded Future Urban Living to explore sustainable solutions for businesses and cities in the Circular Economy through design thinking. Lu gave a great keynote speech at WDBE 2019 in Helsinki. We continue the discussion in this interview.

Power to the Office Worker

Power to the Office Worker office qr code

Modern offices consist of variable spaces that cater to personal preferences and functional needs. The indoor air quality is typically not as adaptive to various tasks, which can lead to suboptimal worker performance and dissatisfaction. A pilot project led by Senate Properties used BIM and building data to develop an operational model that helps workers […]

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