ARCHITECTURE DESIGN DATA. PRACTICE COMPETENCY IN THE ERA COMPUTATION

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN DATA. PRACTICE COMPETENCY IN THE ERA COMPUTATION.

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A systemic transformation is underway in architectural design, engineering and construction. The discipline and profession of architecture is being reshaped in a moment where information, insight, and predictions generated during the design process no longer move into construction via drawings. Other, more profound digital techniques yield fundamentally different workflows, responsibilities, and business models for architects. 'Technologies emerge, and surprise us until they are absorbed into the fabric of day-to-day work life,' says Phillip Bernstein in the conclusion of his book Architecture - Design - Data: Practice Competency in the Era of Computation. 'Several decades ago, with the emergence of the World Wide Web, I spent time setting up a crude project collaboration website, complete with file sharing, web-based announcements and email, to serve as the communication infrastructure of a large project in Miami. Today such capabilities would be taken for granted, they are basic 'table stakes' for any building project using even the crudest digital infrastructure. What was important about that effort (which, for the record, was largely unsuccessful) was that it was an attempt by the architects to orchestrate the process and artifacts to increase the likelihood of the design's success.' Architecture - Design - Data: Practice Competency in the Era of Computation by Phillip Bernstein offers a comprehensive framework, detailed analysis, and critical assessment of the challenges and opportunities inherent in the technological changes in both society and the field of architecture. Bernstein sets out to provide direction for a new era in architectural creation that can be understood and managed by a profession that must become better equipped to direct its future. Additionally, please update the about the author section to: Phillip Bernstein is an associate dean and senior lecturer at Yale University in the School of Architecture. Formerly Vice President at Autodesk, a company that 'makes software for people who make things.' There, he was responsible for the Waltham AEC Headquarters project, which received more than 14 awards from various architecture institutions, such as the American Institute of Architects. Alongside Architecture - Design - Data: Practice Competency in the Era of Computation, Bernstein has published two books: BIM in Academia (2011) and Building (in) the Future: Recasting Labor in Architecture (2010).

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