The AIA MN TAP Knowledge Community – Technology in Architecture Practice – meets to discuss the impact of technology on the architectural profession with a cross-disciplinary mix of architects, contractors, educators, lawyers, and manufacturers.
- Keep members informed of the impact of technology on the way buildings are designed, constructed, and operated
- Provide a discussion forum that includes participants from across the industry
- Connect members to resources at the state, national, and international levels
Co-chairs: Mike Engel, Assoc. AIA and Adam Wilbrecht, AIA
Co-chair elect: Brandon Pike, Assoc. AIA
Staff liaison: Deanna Christiansen, Hon. AIA MN
Meeting date: Starting in February 2019, this group will meet on the third Thursday every other month at 5:00 PM. Locations will change each meeting.
2019 Scheduled Meetings
Below are the topics to be explored by the TAP KC throughout 2019. Each topic will span two months including a survey one month, and a meeting and discussion the next. Meetings are from 5 pm to 6:30 pm at varying locations.
02.21.19 Technology In Practice – What are the tools in use today?
Location: Cuningham Group Architecture
Survey link: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6498271546740600832
04.18.19 Computation & Generative Design in the Practice of Architecture
06.20.19 Design Collaboration in Process – How do teams communicate?
08.15.19 Design Collaboration “Models” – How do teams collaborate internally and externally between model platforms?
10.17.19 Data in Practice – How are we and how can se leverage data in design practice?
12.19.19 Look Back at 2019 – What has changed and what remains the same?