A discussion exploring the impact digital technologies are having on the construction industry and the new possibilities they offer.
One of the considerable challenges that contemporary society faces alongside the shift to renewable energy consumption, is that of the digital transition. Today technology advances at a never-before seen pace, transforming the ways we visualise and understand the world, and providing new tools for designing and building architecture.
However, our houses, which ought to mirror an evolving society, remain almost unchanged. A constant that does appear when dealing with any other building types.
Society in general has changed considerably, even when looking at the last 50 years or less. 34 per cent of the European population is now composed of one-person households, nomadic workers and people living in urban areas. These are individuals who frequently move from one place to another, always in search of different and more stimulating environments that allow innovation to flourish. This new society also requires new ways of experiencing cities and urban areas.
In this discussion, our participants explore the latest innovations in smart technology and how they are applied in the construction industry.
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Reserve tickets at this website2018-11-22 18:30 2018-11-22 18:30 Europe/London Digital futures: Is the future of European buildings smart? A discussion exploring the impact digital technologies are having on the construction industry and the new possibilities they offer. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/11/22/digital-futures-is-the-future-of-european-buildings-smart-185942 Royal Academy of Arts,Burlington House,Piccadilly,London
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