I’m always interested with all of the ideas that Simon Sinek has been shared about business and human interaction.
In this video, Simon also explain about to keep questioning every single things with what we do? why we do it? and how we do it? His narration will bring us to the bottom contemplation about real life.
Described as “a visionary thinker with a rare intellect,” Simon teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. With a bold goal to help build a world in which the vast majority of people go home everyday feeling fulfilled by their work, Simon is leading a movement to inspire people to do the things that inspire them.
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Aedas’ directors present their philosophy on good architectural design and how it’s an integral part of the practice’s ethos.
German-American architect Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects has been announced as this year’s recipient of Chicago’s AIA Lifetime Achievement Award. Following his arrival to the U.S. more than 40 years ago, the Chicago-based architect has been lauded by some of the industry’s best for continuously breaking new ground with his postmodern steel-and-glass structures. Some of his most notable works include the SONY Center in Berlin and the University of Chicago Campus.
The film above, shared with us by our friends at Black Spectacles, captures the essence of Helmut Jahn’s work through images, videos and peer interviews with Jeanne Gang, FAIA, John Ronan, AIA, Ron Krueck, AIA, Werner Sobek and Franz Schulze.
The news of this award was followed by Jahn’s announcement that he will be changing the name of his firm to “Jahn”. Browse through some of Jahn’s most recent works, here on ArchDaily.
Just curius about how to create future architectural presentations, let’s check this CGI videos.
The video is entirely Computer graphics tediously generated over hundreds of man hours and (probably) thousands of computing hours. After Effect psychotic
The quality of video walk through environments and virtual reality is very high and is available for architectural presentation but these take hours or preparation but none of these put 3D image up in thin air in a real room – they create a room and world inside the computer and take the person’s eyes into the space via dual monitors hung before the eyes.
However, real architectural holographic printing today also being developed. This printing can be applied on any interior or exterior design feature.
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