Lips cracked from dehydration, eyes blackened from exhaustion, we sat jaded in the back of a limo as we tracked past Venice, the Eiffel Tower, and New York. Autodesk University had ended and we were...

I went to this session this morning on a whim. Expecting marking jargon and handwaving, I was surprised to be greeted by a panel of four people making their living by exploiting new manufacturing...

The Computational Design Symposium occupied this morning. Organised by Matt Jezyk, the theme for this year was ‘computational BIM’. This has been a trend emerging at this year’s AU...

The Autodesk keynote is absolutely packed. I’m down the back with the plebs because Autodesk deems that Design Reform is not worthy enough to be granted a spot on the bloggers table. So I...

CASE has arrived in Las Vegas. The neon lights are shining outside, but we are inside staring at the lights of computer screens. Like the degenerate gamblers outside, we are lined up row-to-row...

Check out the latest issue of AUGIWorld and you’ll find a great article written by CASE’s own David Fano and Don Rudder. The guys collaborated to write “...

  The following Practice 2.0 article is an edited transcript from a presentation that Steve gave at the Intersections: Building Interdisciplinary Pedagogy | Building Integrated Practice...

  By David Fano and Steve Sanderson, edited by Julie Quon This article first appeared on ArchDaily, January 30th, 2012.   A well-known and often cited truism of architecture notes...

So… As I was discussing with Don (@AYBABTM) his crazy Revit API Pin Ball Machine (stay tuned) it occurred to me that with worksharing I could make a checkers game in Revit! Don said “I...

Practice 2.0: Are We Ready for the Challenge? An Article by Steve Sanderson about the 2030 Challenge. This article first appeared on ArchDaily, May 3rd, 2011.   This is the first in a regular...

This post originally appeared on ArchDaily Image source Treehugger   It seems as though a week doesn't go by these days without someone asking me if I miss design... Two and a...

This week classes started and one the most common questions I'm getting is "What's the best computer for 3d modeling?". Beside the people that REALLY want me to say "MAC BOOK...