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Build the Future: ALLPLAN event by architects for architects
Munich, February 2, 2023 - ALLPLAN, global provider of BIM solutions for the AEC industry, will host the virtual event Build the Future - Architecture in Digital Transformation on March 22 and 23, 2023, presenting numerous architectural highlights and insights from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
How can the current challenges of the construction industry be mastered with creativity, digital technologies and software from ALLPLAN, and furthermore create outstanding architecture? This is the question addressed by the two-day virtual event "Build the Future - Architecture in Digital Transformation" on March 22 and 23. On the one hand, twelve exciting lectures by architects for architects will take a close look at the most important topics relating to their daily work. On the other hand, Allplan experts will show what ALLPLAN's "Design to Build" product strategy offers for the architecture sector and how Allplan contributes to optimal buildability, for example with optimized workflows, fast modeling or impressive visualizations.
"Industrialization and digitization are key aspects in addressing the current challenges in the construction industry. Architects have a crucial role to play here, because the design idea is at the beginning of everything we build and determines the success of a project," says Dr. Detlef Schneider, CEO at ALLPLAN. "We look forward to inspiring presentations from leading architectural firms on the future of building at this year's Build the Future event."
Architecture highlights from Germany, Austria and Switzerland
The event program will feature nine 20-minute presentations on each of the two days. Various architectural projects from Germany, Austria and Switzerland await the participants. For example, in his presentation on the role of architecture in times of climate change, Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Christian Schlüter will address what is probably the most pressing question facing the architecture sector now and in the future. With his office ACMS Architekten, he explores various concepts of sustainable building.
Digital fabrication, built experiences and much more
Waldemar Korte and Alexander Hoffmann of Mense Korte ingenieure + architekten provide another exciting insight into the building of the future with their contribution on digital fabrication in 3D building printing. The pioneers in the additive manufacturing process for buildings already created Germany's impressive first 3D-printed house in 2021.
Meanwhile, Thomas Kalman of KRIEGER Architekten|Ingenieure brings a bit of wellness to the online event. The office was recently responsible for a veritable architectural experience with the Silvretta Therme in Ischgl. In his presentation, Thomas Kalman will show how to plan such built experiences.
Maximum efficiency through digital planning
In addition to these and other architectural highlights, Build the Future will feature numerous interesting presentations on topics such as digital planning, project development in 3D models, cross-border teamwork with BIM and 3D modeling to support costing.
In the spirit of maximum efficiency, all presentations will take place in a compact three-hour time slot between 2 and 5 p.m. on each day of the event.
Register now: ALLPLAN Build the Future Event
About the Nemetschek Group
The Nemetschek Group is a pioneer for digital transformation in the AEC/O and the media & entertainment industries. With its intelligent software solutions, it covers the entire lifecycle of building and infrastructure projects, guides its customers into the future of digitalization and enables them to shape the world. As one of the leading corporate groups worldwide in this sector, the Nemetschek Group increases quality in the building process and improves the digital workflow for all those involved. Customers can design, build, and manage buildings more efficiently, sustainably and resource-saving. The focus is on the use of open standards (OPEN BIM). The portfolio also includes digital solutions for visualization, 3D modeling, and animation. The innovative solutions of the brands ALLPLAN, Bluebeam, Crem Solutions, dRofus, FRILO, Graphisoft, Maxon, Nevaris, RISA, SCIA, Solibri, Spacewell and Vectorworks in the four customer-oriented segments are used by approximately 6.5 million users worldwide. Founded by Prof. Georg Nemetschek in 1963, the Nemetschek Group today employs around 3,400 experts all over the world.
Publicly listed since 1999 and quoted on the MDAX and TecDAX, the company achieved revenue amounting to EUR 681.5 million and an EBITDA of EUR 222.0 million in 2021.