Five:Forty-Seven Lecture Series
ENVD 134 | Light snacks will be provided
Beyond 2020: Scenarios for a Digital Future
Architect’s roles and profiles will need to change in order to meet the changing nature of our society, the technologies driving it and the expectations of our clients.
Professor Peter Russell describes the impact of technologies on Architecture as an object, a profession, a process, a business and as a field of study.
Professor Peter Russell, Dipl.-Ing. Architect M.Arch B.E.D.S. Born in Canada, Peter studied engineering and architecture, completing his Master’s degree of Architecture at the Technical University of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie University). He subsequently worked in Switzerland and Germany and is a registered architect in Europe. His expertise in computers in the planning & construction process led to posts in Berlin and Karlsruhe and a professorship at the RWTH Aachen University where he also served as Dean. In his research, Peter focuses on building information modeling (BIM), ambient assisted living, interactive architecture and the extension of architectural pedagogy through blended-learning practices.
Learn more about Peter Russell at http://www.colorado.edu/envd/news-events/547-lecture-series-2017-2018