Masters of ArchiCAD Summit
It’s something that will enrich your ArchiCAD experience for all of 2015.
For the first time ever, I am bringing together ArchiCAD Masters from around the world in a virtual conference to share their knowledge and experience with the ArchiCAD user community.
MASTERS OF ARCHICAD SUMMIT – FEBRUARY 5 & 6, 2015
In the Masters of ArchiCAD Summit each expert will give a one hour presentation on a topic they are passionate about, that they focus on day to day, and bring the wisdom of real world experience to their vision.
These masters bring tremendous depth to their subject, often pushing the limits of the technology and breaking new ground in their personal explorations. I will be working with each of them to refine their ideas and materials to make the presentations accessible and understandable to the average ArchiCAD user, while still retaining advanced components and strategies.
The sessions will be broadcast as well as recorded, so you’ll be able to attend live and ask questions, or watch videos of the presentations later.
[UPDATED January 14] Here is the lineup of ArchiCAD masters and topics:
- Timothy Ball, UK – Hyper-Efficient, Detailed 3D Modeling
- Roderick Anderson – Costa Rica – Design-Build: Luxury Residential done better with ArchiCAD and BIMx Docs
- Ben Wallbank, UK – The Data in Your Model is Priceless
- Djordje Grujic, UAE – ArchiCAD Beyond Architecture
- Gary Lawes – UK – Hacking GDL – Practical Parametric Object Making
- Andreas Lettner – Austria – CineRender Tips and Tricks
- Erika Epstein – US – How to Successfully Implement BIM, Improve Your Workflow and Better Serve Your Clients
- Shawn B. Hopkins – South Africa – Activating Your Local ArchiCAD Market for Informed Design Solutions
- Andrew Passacantando – US – How a One Man Office Does Large Complex Projects using ArchiCAD from A to Z
- Karoly Horvath – Australia – Modular Design and Teamwork Strategies for Multi-Unit Projects
- Eric Bobrow – US – ArchiCAD Best Practices and The Ultimate Template
The conference is affordably priced at $197 with early bird tickets on sale for $127 through January 20.
More information (including descriptions of each session) and registration are available at http://www.mastersofarchicad.com
I invite your comments and questions.