cove.tool is a software product grown and developed by Pattern r+d, a sustainability consulting firm led by building scientists and architects Patrick Chopson and Sandeep Ahuja. From their vast experience working on high profile projects with complex stakeholder groups, they identified the need for a decision-making tool which could assess options for cost and energy […]
KEWAZO works to improve on-site construction logistics through robotics and data analytics. Their first automation objective is to equip customers with the tools for safe, fast and smart material transportation on construction sites. CEO and co-founder Artem Kuchukov describes how KEWAZO grew the idea from concept to working prototype with new customers eager to implement […]
Manifesto Market is an internationally recognized gastro market and culture incubator that was developed with 27 shipping containers in the center of Prague with global expansion plans underway. In our interview landscape architect and PropTech entrepreneur Martin Barry shares the development story of Manifesto and his non-profit reSITE. His approach to improve the quality of […]
Atelier MEL is devoted to the creation of unique artworks at the intersection of artistry and digital design technology. Based in Spain, Maria Ruiz Pardo leads a talented team of digital designers, engineers, architects and artisans to collaborate on installations showcasing traditional artisanship and the potential of cutting edge design and fabrication tools.
Biba Dow co-founded Dow Jones Architects in 2000 and was shortlisted this year for Architect of the Year in the Women in Architecture Awards. In our interview, Biba shares how she has cultivated a practice over time that is enriched by cultural projects and opportunities to share knowledge. Why did you and your husband Alun […]
David and Simon founded CO-Office in New York City with an aim to improve client engagement in the project process. Their design approach is bottom-up and not top-down, similar to User Experience design. With an emphasis on collecting quantitative data to support their design intuition, CO-Office proves that good Design is also good business.
How will buildings and cities communicate with their users in the future? Which technologies will remain relevant for the architectural profession? In this interview, Ben van Berkel shares inspiring insights about founding UNSense, his new ArchTech start-up on sensorial technologies for future cities. After building and operating a very successful architecture office for the last […]
When I first spoke to Jason, Fabio and Christian– founders of the d2 Conference– about the possibility of doing an interview, my idea was to present three different people working in and around architecture, and ultimately coming together to pursue a single entrepreneurial idea. Here, they talk about their respective journeys from mainstream architecture to […]
This weeks interview is with Diana and Stefan, the founders of Bimarium. Bimarium is a new kind of BIM platform that helps architects and interior designers be better at what they do, by providing wide range of BIM furniture objects that can be quickly discovered, accessed, organised and used in your projects. The models are […]
Do you want to get into the heads of the top initiators and performers from the architectural community? If so, we heartily welcome you to Archipreneur Insights! In this interview series, we talk to the leaders and key players who have created outstanding work and projects within the fields of architecture, building and development. Get […]
In 2015 TEK TO NIK Architects completed FortySeven & Co. in the centre of Frankfurt’s banking district. Since then the office building with its solid natural stone facade and designed with the help of the latest 3-D technology has become a milestone in the practice history as well as an urban highlight in the City […]
In this week’s interview meet Miriam Roure. Miriam is the Program Director for MINI at URBAN-X, co-founder of Field, and former Research Fellow at MIT Senseable City Lab. Having earned her MArch II from Harvard and her BArch from Cornell, Miriam Roure has worked as an architect for almost a decade in Barcelona, Rotterdam, Cambridge, […]