Posts Tagged ‘Cultura Digital’

by Julie Goran, Laura LaBerge, and Ramesh Srinivasan Risk aversion, weak customer focus, and siloed mind-sets have long bedeviled organizations. In a digital world, solving these cultural problems is no longer optional. Shortcomings in organizational culture are one of the main barriers to company success in the digital age. That is a central finding from McKinsey’s […]


John Eynon FCIOB The UK BIM project is nearing its first major milestone of 2016 Level 2 adoption for public sector projects. The “8 pillars of level 2 BIM” are now established and in place. The classification and digital plan of work elements will be issued as a beta version online toolkit later this month. […]


How we think about our place in the world has been transformed through various revolutions of ideas from big thinkers such as Galileo, Darwin and Freud. Now, Philosopher Luciano Floridi believes that we are now into a new fourth revolution in the mass age of information and data. Could it be that now that we […]


Sensor technology now allows architects to see whether their assumptions created a successful environment. Read the full article here Steve Sanderson had grand plans for the kitchen in Case Inc.’s upcoming office in New York. Because his colleagues at the building information and technology consultancy always seemed to congregate in their existing space’s eating area, he […]


AECbytes “Building the Future” Article (July 30, 2015) While the concept of virtual reality is now very familiar to most technology professionals and its use commonplace in many industries including AEC, there is another concept that is slowly emerging and gaining ground in technology—that of “augmented reality.” In contrast to the fully immersive experience of […]


Nicomachean Ethics By Aristotle Written 350 B.C.E Translated by W. D. Ross Book VI 6 Scientific knowledge is judgement about things that are universal and necessary, and the conclusions of demonstration, and all scientific knowledge, follow from first principles (for scientific knowledge involves apprehension of a rational ground). This being so, the first principle from which what is scientifically […]


Antoine Picon’s new book argues that the real digital revolution in architecture lies in new tools for critique, not mere form-giving. Carlo Ratti, @ DOMUS Le Corbusier wrote this in 1923 in his historic Vers une Architecture. Almost a century later, if we replace the word “machine civilization” with “digital civilization” we might say that architecture finds […]


Reflexiones gracias a Gastón y la Nona The Magic and Logic of Color “Hundreds of people can talk, for one who can think,” John Ruskin wrote, “but thousands of people can think, for one who can see.” “We see, but we do not see: we use our eyes, but our gaze is glancing, frivolously considering its object,” Alexandra Horowitz […]


Digital Darwinism is a fate that threatens most organizations in almost every industry. Because of this, businesses not only have to compete for today but also for the unforeseeable future. Digital Darwinism is the phenomenon when technology and society evolve faster than an organization can adapt. There are many reasons for this of course. Every […]


Si usted quiere trabajar en algunas de las principales oficinas de arquitectura del mundo, a continuación le dejo algunos detalles que debería saber. Conocimiento de instrumentos para el desarrollo de proyectos que le van a pedir: 71% Revit 50% AutoCad 34% SketchUp 29% Photoshop 18% Excel 10% Rhino 4% Dibujo a mano 0% ArchiCad Leer más […]