The balance between creativity and constructability is one that is inherent in AEC, and it’s fascinating to consider what that means for projects of all types and sizes. These elements are coming together to create powerful experiences, but what does that process actually look like? Is it useful or even wise to think of a given project as an example of creatively driven design or technically driven design? In what way does the creativity that’s inherent in a project impact issues around constructability? To explore these questions and much more, we connected with:

  • Dennis Shelden, Director of the Digital Building Lab at Georgia Tech, to learn about what happens when the limits of design are pushed
  • Kai-Uwe Bergmann, a partner at Bjarke Ingels Group to explore what it means to enable participatory design
  • Ken Sanders, Principal and Managing Director at Gensler, in order to detail the human experiences that are being enabled
  • David Wilson, Chief Innovation Officer at Bechtel, to discuss what it means to design with intelligence

Download this free resource to get a better understanding around how some of the top minds in AEC are thinking of the ways in which these topics and more are changing things and laying the groundwork for future developments in the industry.

Jeremiah Karpowicz is the Executive Editor for the Technology Group at Diversified Communications. He has created articles, videos, newsletters, ebooks and plenty more for various communities as a contributor and editor. You can read more from him here.

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