Digital working: What’s in it for us?

Influences on the way we design

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How can the industry make better use of the new tools at its disposal? At the Schueco/RIBA Journal innovation in architecture seminars, panels in Glasgow, Manchester and London talked about the big issues in digital working: collaboration in the digital world; changing the way we design and build; and getting the most out of digital technologies. Each panel was drawn from a cross-section of the building industry: architect, engineer, contractor, client and manufacturer. We asked: ‘How are evolving technology and modern methods of construction changing the way we design and build?


Schueco seminars:

London: Opening new possibilities

Manchester: Potential to aid efficiency

Glasgow: View from the coal face


 

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