The Architectural Technology department kicks off its lecture series with architect Pascale Sablan of FXFOWLE Architects Thursday, Feb. 25, at 11:30 a.m. in Truax A2031, the Blackbox Theater.
Pascale’s presentation will discuss the design process and integration of architectural software– Ecotect, 3DMaxx, Rhino, Revit and AutoCAD– used to design the Museum of the Built Environment. One of eleven projects designed by FXFOWLE Architects (New York, Washington DC) within the King Abdullah Financial District, a new 55 million-square-foot mixed-use urban development currently under construction in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
She will also focus on the rational use of technology by the project’s diverse design team to advance architectural and environmental goals as well as lessons learned during the design development.
Published February 24, 2016. Updated February 26, 2016.