Registrations are now open for the second season of IndesignMedia’s CPD-Live.
Join Tilt’s Tim Phillips on Thursday 12th October 12-1pm EDST presenting ‘Rethinking Design Innovation’.
Key Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this presentation you should be able to
- Identify where a traditional approach to design and construction might restrict your design creativity and limit project outcomes
- Learn about the industrial design process and how collaboration with industrial designers can lead to improved design opportunities
- Evaluate opportunities where working with an industrial design team can assist you to realise unique designs, maintain architectural intent and manage budgets
- Gain in-depth insights into the digital design approach utilised by industrial designers can help manage manufacturing and procurement risk
- Identify the opportunities where utilising advanced manufacturing materials and technologies may improve sustainability objectives and control cost
- Evaluate how functional elements have helped transform ordinary spaces into multipurpose and useable places by combining aesthetics, functionality and use-ability
Tim will also highlight a range of opportunities where architects have collaborated with industrial designers to deliver highly complex features.
Such as the heliostat system for the international award-winning One Central Park, the intricate sun shading system at UTS Library, product design for NSW Architecture Medallion winner Phoenix Central Park and other unique design features including facades, skylights, retractable roofs, furniture, landscape structures and playgrounds.
AACA Competency Standards related to this session:
Design: Project Briefing: 1.5
Design: Conceptual Design: 3.2, 3.7
Design: Schematic Design: 4.5, 4.6
Project Delivery: Procurement: 7.1
Project Delivery: Construction Stage: 8.1, 8.2
1 formal cpd point.
Earn up to 9 Formal AIA Refuel CPD Points as part of the 2 day CPD Live program, a free, interactive, digital format.
Tim Phillips, Managing Director
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