Space Planning for a New Generation: Using BIM Software to Understand and Accommodate the Millennial Market (Print Course)

The way that people live is evolving, and it is important that AEC industry professionals are able to adjust their designs to better serve a new generation.

This course will help designers cater to a younger generation that is interested in maximizing smaller spaces, bringing elements of nature into urban settings, and communicating with technology.

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The Rise of Temporary and Pop-Up Architecture (Print Course)

There is an increasing need for a structure, display, enclosure, or interactive space that can be temporary, flexible, and adaptable for different people, uses, or times. This temporary architecture, sometimes referred to as “pop-up architecture,” allows for great creativity and potential time and cost savings during the construction process.

This course will look at some of the ways pop-up architecture has been developed, used, and admired around the world.

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Rapid Digital Prototyping and 3D Printing (Print Course)

This course presents the benefits of creating digital and physical 3D prototypes in the design process. Several examples describe projects where prototyping assisted in design for land-use, site analysis, safety and sustainability.

Three-dimensional prototyping and modeling can help create buildings that are better designed, easier to construct and safer to use.

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