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ALTS+ADDS – Auto drivers: harnessing digital tools for practice innovation
14 Sep 2020 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST$5 – $15
ALTS+ADDS is the Queensland Chapter’s professional development talk series. With speakers sourced by Chapter Committee members, this is a program created by members, for members.
Alter your perspective and add to your toolkit of know-how and skills by registering for one, or all, of these fortnightly webinars. As the program has been carefully curated by committee members, ALTS+ADDS will speak to architects at all stages of their careers … from students to emerging and established practitioners. The program offers a mix of engagement styles, from one-on-one conversations, panel discussions and open forums.
ALTS+ADDS focuses on the diverse regions of Queensland – a unique and challenging environment and topology for architects. It is also a platform to showcase Queensland’s robust architectural community, and to connect, collaborate and reflect on issues relevant to the Queensland context.
ABOUT THIS EVENT
The industry is in a constant state of flux and change, and architects are expected to adapt.
Auto Drivers: Harnessing Digital Tools for Practice Innovation explores the future practice and methodologies of conceptualising, documenting and delivering architecture projects.
Focusing on new ways of collaborating with interdisciplinary teams, capabilities of supply chains, automation and fabrication; Auto Drivers seeks to start a conversation about how architects can strengthen their position as innovators of future practice.
Paul Wintour is the founder of Parametric Monkey, a digital design consultancy focused on architecture, BIM, computational design and digital fabrication. Paul is a registered architect in NSW and the UK and has worked extensively in Australia, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, and The Netherlands.
Paul holds a Masters of Architecture and Urbanism from the Architectural Association’s Design Research Laboratory. He has also studied at the Queensland University of Technology and l’école d’architecture de Paris Val-de-Seine where he received a Bachelor of Architecture with Honours.
He has taught at the University of Technology Sydney, the University of New South Wales, the Queensland University of Technology, the University of Hong Kong, and the Architectural Association.
Nathan Hildebrandt is a globally recognised BIM subject matter expert and is acknowledged as being one of the few people that understands how to apply BIM to enable great outcomes for organisations on projects. His solid background in delivering building projects particularly for institutional clients gives him an organisational perspective on the application of BIM technology.
Nathan is skilled in understanding technologies and how they can be applied in business to improve effectiveness and efficiencies for day to day operations.
His interest in improving industry has seen him contribute through his involvement in numerous industry groups. His rare combination of technical and leadership skills has led to his role in developing an industry leading ARCHICAD BIM template, launching an ARCHICAD user event and chair roles at BrisBIM and the ACA + AIA QLD/NT BIM Taskforce. Nathan also contributes to industry as a committee member of BILT ANZ. A testament to the level of respect he has in industry is the number of guests that have donated time to be guests on his BIM podcast, ‘The Digital Transition’
Tim Phillips of Tilt Industrial Design is a highly regarded Industrial Designer specialising in design consulting for architects, creatives and the construction industry. He has extensive experience in architectural projects, with a passion for using the latest technologies, materials and manufacturing techniques to bring the creative ideas of his clients to life.
Tim manages a dedicated team of industrial designers and engineers, pushing the boundaries to achieve truly unique design solutions. Motivated by architectural challenges, the Tilt team enjoys the opportunity to thoughtfully consider the design intent and then deliver it through a proven design process.
Tim is also an educator and academic, with an ongoing association as alumni of the University of Newcastle, the University of Technology and University of NSW.