ENVISION

Rencontrez la communauté : le tout 1er évènement client Enscape

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Amérique

28 et 29 septembre 2021.
Début : 11:00 (CST)

EMEA et APAC

29 et 30 septembre 2021.
Début : 10:00 (CET)

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Description de l'évènement :

Cet évènement en ligne se tiendra sur 3 jours pour les régions Amérique, EMEA et APAC. Il se tiendra les 28 et 29 septembre à 11:00 (CST) pour l’Amérique et les 29 et 30 septembre à 11:00 (CEST) pour EMEA et APAC. Calendrier détaillé à venir.

Vous assisterez à des présentations et démonstrations régionales. Toutes les sessions seront disponibles à la demande pour les inscrits pour que tout le monde puisse accéder à toutes les sessions. Le lancement de la plateforme en ligne est prévu pour la mi-septembre.

Contactez-nous sur envision@enscape3d.com  si vous avez des questions.

Agenda


28.09

10:30
CST

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

11:00
CST

Intro

Bjørn Wittenberg, Thomas Weber

Enscape


Welcome

Christian Lang

Enscape


Keynote

Wolfram Putz

Grafting Identities

GRAFT

12:00
CST

Industry Leaders

Daniel Caprio

Overland Partners

From master bedrooms to mountains

Special Case

Lindsay Prichard-Fox

TiverBuilt

Key to a confident and decisive client

Influencer

Joseph Kim

MJM Architects

Designing Architecture with Conceptual Rendering

Technical Lounge

Jeffrey Melzer

Enscape

The Enscape Design Workflow

12:45
CST

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

13:00
CST

Industry Leaders

Brent Mauti, Kristian Pal

Turner Fleischer Architects Inc.

Our Digital Story Complemented By Enscape

Special Case

Don Carson

The Hettema Group

Revolutionizing the Theme Park Design Process

Influencer

Dan Stine

LAKE | FLATO ARCHITECTS

Maximize VR Potential

Technical Lounge

Norbert Gräser

Enscape

The World of Content

13:45
CST

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

14:00
CST

Customer Corner

Michael Drobnik

Herzog & de Meuron

Roderick Bates

Enscape

14:30
CST

Closing the day

Networking Rooms

29.09

10:30
CST

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

11:00
CST

Strategic Outlook

Petr Mitev

Enscape

11:45
CST

Industry Leaders

Dominique Davison

DRAW Architecture + Urban Design

TBA

Special Case

Clifton Harness

TestFit

TBA

Influencer

Pieter Schiettecatte

Architecture Plus Information

TBA

Technical Lounge

Josh Radle

Enscape

Materials and Textures

12:30
CST

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

12:45
CST

Industry Leaders

Sarah Causey

RATIO

TBA

Special Case

Steward Hicks

University of Illinois

An Architecture Journey

Influencer

Ted Vitale

VoxlVision

TBA

Special Case

Kaj Burival

Enscape

Nerd out!

13:30
CST

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

13:45
CST

Roadmap

Joachim Hirsch

Tobias Bauer

Lena Hoffmann

Enscape

14:30
CST

Closing the day

Networking Rooms

29.09

09:30
CET

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

10:00
CET

Intro

Bjørn Wittenberg, Thomas Weber

Enscape


Welcome

Christian Lang

Enscape


Keynote

Wolfram Putz

Grafting Identities

GRAFT

11:00
CET

Industry Leaders

Michael Bender

Michael Bender Interior Design

Interior Design is an Emotion

Special Case

Paolo Zambrini

ENGRAM Studio

Perception principles applied to architectural visualization

Influencer

Nathan Hildebrandt

skewed

Visualising the Win

Technical Lounge

Jeffrey Melzer

Enscape

The Enscape Design Workflow

11:45
CET

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

12:00
CET

Industry Leaders

Melina Nowak

Goldbeck

VR@GOLDBECK - improved customer experience

Special Case

Aryan Mirfendereski

Architectural Photographer

Rendering is Like Photography

Influencer

Jonathan Reeves

Jonathan Reeves Architects

TBA

Technical Lounge

Norbert Gräser

Enscape

The World of Content

12:45
CET

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

13:00
CET

Customer Corner

Florian Kohlbecker

Kohlbecker Gesamtplan GmbH

Roderick Bates

Enscape

13:30
CET

Closing the day

Networking Rooms

30.09

09:30
CET

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

10:00
CET

Strategic Outlook

Petr Mitev

Enscape

10:45
CET

Industry Leaders

TBA

Special Case

John Bouwels

CAS Exhibition Partner

TBA

Influencer

Gautier Pelegrin

Viewport Studio

Stepping into true real time rendering and VR design

Technical Lounge

Josh Radle

Enscape

Materials and Textures

11:30
CET

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

11:45
CET

Industry Leaders

TBA

Special Case

Benedikt Lösch

Saint-Gobain

TBA

Influencer

Andrew Milburn

Godwin Austen Johnson

TBA

Technical Lounge

Kaj Burival

Enscape

Nerd out!

12:30
CET

Networking Rooms

Join our networking rooms to connect with Enscape and other participants.

12:30
CET

Roadmap

Joachim Hirsch

Tobias Bauer

Lena Hoffmann

Enscape

13:15
CET

Closing the day

Networking Rooms

Conférenciers

GRAFT
Wolfram Putz
Wolfram Putz
Founding Partner and CEO
Wolfram Putz studied architecture at the Technical University Braunschweig, Germany, and the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA. He graduated as Dipl.-Ing. Arch. in Braunschweig and received his Master degree at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles, USA. In 1998 he established GRAFT in Los Angeles together with Lars Krückeberg and Thomas Willemeit. With further offices in Berlin and Shanghai, GRAFT has been commissioned to design and manage a wide range of projects worldwide. GRAFT has won numerous awards and earned international reputation throughout its existence.
Grafting Identities
28.09 | 11:30 CST
29.09 | 10:30 CET
Herzog & de Meuron
Michael Drobnik
Michael Drobnik
Principal BIM / Associate
Michael was appointed Associate in 2020. In his new role, Michael will lead Herzog & de Meuron’s efforts in BIM and coordinate discussions on the digital future of the architectural profession. Michael (b. 1979, Germany) joined Herzog & de Meuron as BIM Manager in 2014. He received his architecture degree in 2007 from the Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the TH Karlsruhe, Germany. Until then, he had already gained practical experience in Amsterdam and New York. In 2007 Michael joined prpm Architekten + Stadtplaner in Munich where he was able to apply computational design and BIM in all phases, from competitions to construction management. From 2011 – 2014, Michael taught at the Chair for Architectural.
Customer Corner
28.09 | 14:00 CST
Kohlbecker Gesamtplan GmbH
Florian Kohlbecker
Florian Kohlbecker
Board Member
German industrialist and architect, Florian Karl Christoph Kohlbecker is the son of legendary industrial building architect Christoph Kohlbecker. He comes from three generations of leading architects. His grandfather, Karl Kohlbecker, is considered a pioneer in industrial construction, namely for building factories for leading German automotive companies. Florian spent his childhood growing up on building sites and learning about architecture at a very early age. He later studied architecture at BTU Cottbus, Brandenburg. Florian began his career in 2001 for Renzo Piano in Paris and Bern as a project architect. He swiftly followed his successful patriarchal footsteps as a visionary designer helping create some of the world’s most famous buildings like The Zentrum Paul Klee, a modern art museum in Bern, dedicated to artist Paul Klee, and The Shard building – also referred to as the Shard of Glass – a phenomenal 72-storey skyscraper in London. In 2005, Florian partnered with his older brother Matthias and took over the family business, Kohlbecker Blackforest Architects, from his legendary architect professor father. The Kohlbeckers were paramount in automotive power plants design for Mercedes, Jaguar, Audi, Fiat, BMW, Porsche,KIA (amongst others), as well as working on many private residential properties. At the tender age of 6, he started competitive ski racing. He is an avid sportsman who regularly skis in Georgia, Iran, Kamchatka, Siberia, Kashmir; Himalayas, Turkey, German and the Austrian Swiss Alps. His passion for ski racing was an incentive in constructing the legendary Sochi Olympic Games ski jump in Krasnaya Polyana, in Russia, in 2008. He founded Black Forest Skis, a company that produces unique crafted, specialist, handmade skis. He carefully uses his background in architecture and carpentry to produce technically advanced freeride and carving skis, which are made of glass, carbon fibre, white ash and paulownia wood cores. His clients include presidents, ski professionals, heli ski enthusiasts and many high-net-worth individuals (HNWI). Black Forest Skis are popular amongst champion skiers and experts in the field of skiing. Florian is considered a pioneer in the future of digitalisation of architecture, automotive plant architectural design, heliskiing and ski manufacturing products. In 2010, Florian and his brother founded Wideshot Entertainment, which provides a large service portfolio that covers production design and motion graphics for film, art direction and concept art for video games, scenario creation and illustration for advertisement as well as design and architectural planning for theme parks and indoor environments. They are leading designers for movies and video games. Some of his projects include building spaceships for films like Independence Day: Resurgence and White House Down. In 2020 Florian started developing the AVAT AR platform which will help to revolutionise the designing, building and management of future property and industrial developments. An AI and blockchain driven platform to connect, design and manage every process from buying, financing, planning, building, selling and controlling a buildings development. Additionally, the platform allows the direct offset carbon footprint and maintain micro oversight at every element from conception to completion. The 48-year-old Architect currently resides in the spa town of Baden-Baden in Germany with his family. He’s achieved a lot in his lengthy career, including winning the Best VFX award at HollyShorts Film Festival 2018 in LA. His other achievements include winning multiple architectural prizes, such as the notable Hugo-Haering Prize for the Unimog Museum in Gaggenau, in 2015.
Customer Corner
29.09 | 13:00 CET
TiverBuilt LLC
Lindsay Prichard-Fox
Lindsay Prichard-
-Fox
Founder & CEO
Lindsay Prichard-Fox is the Founder and CEO of TiverBuilt, a digital design and technology company based in Rochester, NY that provides single-source Building Information Modeling (BIM) and LiDAR Scan-to-BIM technology to the residential and small-scale commercial markets. TiverBuilt infuses the traditional construction approach with digital building technology to create a more efficient, collaborative, and friendly building process that provides better visualization and quantification and helps reduce indecision and waste. A pioneer and advocate for accessibility to BIM technology, Lindsay serves as the Regional Lead for the international organization Women in BIM and on the Building & Construction Committee and Board for Flower City Habitat for Humanity in Rochester, where she is responsible for establishing a new pilot program for Scan-to-BIM integration to benefit more first-time homeowners. Lindsay is also an active blogger and sought-after speaker who co-hosts the podcast Inside the Firm: Monday Morning Coffee – which helps listeners learn how to navigate the complex process of renovations and building from design to construction utilizing innovations in construction technology
Key to a confident and decisive client
28.09 | 12.00 CST
Viewport Studio
Gautier Pelegrin
Gautier Pelegrin
Director
Gautier Pelegrin is a product and interior designer and has been part of the original team since 2007 and is a founder director of Viewport Studio. Gautier worked on the award winning cabin designs for Virgin Atlantic Airways, the interiors for Spaceport America in New Mexico, hospitality and retail projects across the globe. In product design for Viewport Studio, he lead the design team for the multi award winning Silt Collection and the recent project Essential which won both the public vote and the judges award for best new furniture design of the year in 2020. He is also a founder member of digital design company Hyper CRC.
Stepping into true real time rendering and VR design
30.09 | 10.45 CET
Jonathan Reeves Architects
Jonathan Reeves
Jonathan Reeves
Director
Jonathan Reeves is a Chartered Architect in the UK and a member of the RIBA. Studying at She'eld University, he gained a Degree in Architecture and a Masters in Architecture and Computing before completing the Diploma course. After graduation, Jonathan worked in London at 3(Reid, )*+ Architects and *, Devereux, where he completed his professional practice. He gained valuable experience in large, medium-sized and small architectural practices at a time when the application of computing in architecture was really starting to have an impact. During this period, Jonathan was awarded several prizes for national competition entries, making the most of his design and computer skills. His final project in London was working on a Millennium Dome Legacy project bid. In 2000, Jonathan left London to travel and spent time working in Sydney, Australia with award-winning architects Adrian McGregor (now of McGregor Coxall) and Adam Russell. Together, they worked on a large competition for 453 residential units at Victoria Park in Sydney, which they went on to win. Returning to the UK inspired by his time abroad, Jonathan established Jonathan Reeves Architecture (jra) with the goal of focusing on architecture, visualisation and CAD training services to architects and the construction industry. In 2009, Jonathan and his young family relocated to North Devon to enjoy the coast and outdoor lifestyle that they had experienced ‘down under’, living in their architectdesigned eco home. Today, Jonathan lives with his family in Leicestershire, where he continues to run his own architectural practice while providing professional Vectorworks BIM training, consultancy and sales to clients all over the UK and Europe. He has also written on architecture and technology for publications including Detail, Building Design and the Architects’ Journal. Jonathan has always been passionate about producing innovative contemporary architecture and about using tech nology to enhance creativity and develop compelling communications for his clients. Having used Vectorworks for more than 20 years, since its MiniCAD 4 incarnation, and trained hundreds of designers and architectural practices across the world, Jonathan is as passionate as ever about the future of computing in architecture, and in particular the application of BIM in the design process.
29.09 | 12:00 CET
MJM Architects
Joseph Kim
Joseph Kim
Project Manager
Joseph Kim is currently a project manager at MJM Architects who participate in retail designs and BIM management. He is experienced in both large and small-scale commercial designs internationally. In addition to designs and BIM management, he has expertise in architectural visualization with many different softwares. He has a high interest in design technology and shares his skills and experience with other professionals via YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/josephkim
Designing Architecture with Conceptual Rendering
28.09 | 12:00 CST
skewed
Nathan Hildebrandt
Nathan Hildebrandt
Director
Nathan Hildebrandt is a Registered Architect in QLD, Australia. He has over 18 years of industry experience delivering complex projects from inception to completion, from $100k up to $100M in value. He has worked with and led a team of people to deliver 80 projects in the residential, education, sport and recreation, aged care and retirement living sectors. As a previous director of a major Australian Architectural practice, Nathan has a strong understanding of business drivers and the needs of building processes that add value to a business. He currently is a director in his own practice skewed where he provides a variety of services aligning with his expertise across the Architecture, Archicad and Business Advisory and BIM Implementation sectors. Nathan is highly regarded as an expert in ARCHICAD, openBIM and BIM processes. He has presented across the globe on over 50 occasions. He is chair of BrisBIM, chair of the ACA QLD/NT | AIA QLD BIM Taskforce, director of buildingSMART Australasia and committee member of BILT ANZ. He is also host of his BIM focused podcast, “The Digital Transition.”
Visualising the Win
28.09 | 12:00 CST
Godwin Austen Johson
Andrew Millburn
Andrew Millburn
Associate, Architect
Andy Milburn is an Associate at GAJ Architects, Dubai, with a special responsibility for BIM strategy & Revit implementation. He has had a varied career, abandoning architecture in his twenties to become a bricklayer. After spending 8 years as a builder and another 8 as an educator in newly independent Zimbabwe, he returned to architecture in his late thirties. For the past 30 years he has worked as an architect in Africa and the Middle East, taking a keen interest in the impact of computer technology on the profession. His blog "Shades of Grey" is well known in the Revit world as are his contributions to the Parametric Pumpkin competition, and more recently his ongoing work on Project Soane & Project Notre Dame. He is a frequent speaker on BIM topics and local and international events. He has 3 adult children & 2 grandchildren, spread around the globe and in his spare time plays blues guitar.
30.09 | 11:45 (CET)
The Hettema Group
Don Carson
Don Carson
‬Sr. Art Director
Don Carson is a concept illustrator & designer working in the theme park and computer game industries. Don has worked as a Senior Show Designer for Walt Disney Imagineering art directing projects like Splash Mountain, Mickey’s Toontown, and Blizzard Beach. His focus is bringing design principles unique to environmental storytelling to projects all over the world. Don has applied these designs to computer games, the theater, and other media. Don has a long career in theme park design, and he strives to show the potential of using the principles of environmental storytelling to influence an audience’s experience, whether they are exploring a physical or virtual world.
Revolutionizing the Theme Park Design Process
28.09 | 13:00 CST
Turner Fleischer Architects Inc.
Kristian Pal
Kristian Pal
Digital Practice Lead
Highly experienced in Revit modeling, clash detection, automation and terrestrial/mobile laser scanning technology, Kristian was the natural choice as Turner Fleischer’s Digital Practice Lead Specialist. He oversees the execution and education of technology related projects including studio-wide coordination, R&D and specialised training. His experience navigating 3D environments through desktop applications and VR helps to promote the use and understanding of modelling technology throughout our practice.
Our Digital Story Complemented By Enscape
28.09 | 13:00 CST
Lake | Flato Architects
Dan Stine
Dan Stine
Director of Design Technology
Daniel John Stine AIA, CSI, CDT, is a registered architect (WI) with over twenty years of experience in the field of architecture. He is the Director of Design Technology at the top ranked architecture firm Lake|Flato in San Antonio, Texas. Dan implemented BIM-based lighting analysis using ElumTools, early energy modeling using Autodesk Insight, virtual reality (VR) using the HTC Vive/Oculus Rift along with Fuzor & Enscape, Augmented Reality (AR) using the Microsoft HoloLens 2, and the Electrical Productivity Pack for Revit (sold by ATG under the CTC Software brand). Dell, the world-renowned computer company, created a video highlighting his implementation of VR at LHB. Dan has presented internationally on BIM in the USA, Canada, Scotland, Ireland, Denmark, Slovenia, Australia and Singapore. He was ranked multiple times as a top-ten speaker by attendees at Autodesk University, RTC/BILT, Midwest University, AUGI CAD Camp, NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference, Lightfair, and AIA-MN Convention. By invitation, he spent a week at Autodesk’s largest R&D facility in Shanghai, China, to beta test and brainstorm new Revit features in 2016.
Committed to furthering the design profession, Dan teaches graduate architecture students at North Dakota State University (NDSU) and has lectured for interior design programs at NDSU, Northern Iowa State, and University of Minnesota, as well as Dunwoody’s new School of Architecture in Minneapolis. As an adjunct instructor, Danpreviously taught AutoCAD and Revit for twelve years at Lake Superior College. Dan is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Autodesk Developer Network (ADN), is a Construction Document Technician (issued by CSI), and serves as the Chair of the national IES BIM Standards committee. He has presented live webinars for ElumTools, ArchVision, Revizto and NVIDIA. Dan writes about design on his blog, BIM Chapters, and in his textbooks published by SDC Publications.
Maximize VR Potential
28.09 | 13:00 CST
Turner Fleischer Architects Inc.
Brent Mauti
Brent Mauti
CTO, Architect
Brent Mauti is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Turner Fleischer Architects, after a couple decades of fulfilling technology-focused roles for IBI Group and CH2M HILL. He is a licensed architect in Ontario and Alberta who has focused on BIM throughout his career. He has been involved with major projects such as the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the Panama Canal Widening. He has also been a member of the Canada BIM Council's Board of Directors since 2016. Brent is responsible to improve delivery processes while supporting critical business strategies by managing the development, implementation and maintenance of all firm wide technology solutions. He provides advanced project level BIM Consultation to identify appropriate BIM Uses for stated BIM Goals, generate a BIM Execution Plan, and ensure accountability for successful lifecycle delivery. Brent's passion focuses on lifecycle BIM interoperability and cross-platform synergy. Brent is also a professor at George Brown College and Algonquin College.
Our Digital Story Complemented By Enscape
28.09 | 13.00 CST
DRAW Architecture + Urban Design
Dominique Davison
Dominique Davison
Principal
Dominique Davison, AIA, is a recognized leader in Kansas City’s architectural community, a respected figure in the city’s entrepreneurial circuit, and an emerging voice in the national Smart City tech movement. Since moving to Kansas City in 2004, Dominique has worked relentlessly to carve paths for women in the architectural and tech industries, both of which notoriously under-utilize women. She is an owner and principal of DRAW Architecture + Urban Design, and owner and CEO of PlanIT Impact, and she is proud to have served as a founding member of Women in Design KC. Dominique holds a Master of Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor of Art in Architecture from UC Berkeley.
29.09 | 11:45 CST
ENGRAM Studio
Paolo Zambrini
Paolo Zambrini
Architect
Born in 1973, Paolo Zambrini is an architect working in the field of visual arts. Inspired by cinema and music, he started on 3D since the time of high school. After graduating he worked on archviz as freelance then started his team since the 2000s. In 2010 he founded Engram studio, an archviz office specializing in high-end architectural visualization, working for high profile architectural offices all over EU. He teaches 3D at the Faculty of Architecture of Ferrara and at the IAAD of Bologna, and recently he started a consulting service on image-reading for professionals.
Perception principles applied to architectural visualization
29.09 | 11:00 CST
University of Illinois
Steward Hicks
Steward Hicks
Associate Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
Stewart Hicks is an Associate Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts (CADA). He is a founding partner of Design With Company and hosts a popular weekly series on YouTube called Architecture With Stewart. His work has earned awards such as the Architectural Record Design Vanguard award and the Young Architects Forum award and has been featured in exhibitions such as the Chicago Architecture Biennial and Design Miami, as well as at the V&A and Tate Modern in London. His writings can be found in the co-authored book Misguided Tactics for Propriety Calibration (Graham Foundation, 2015), as well as essays in MONU magazine, the AIA journal Manifest, Log, bracket, and the guest-edited issue of MAS Context on the topic of character in architecture.
An Architecture Journey
29.09 | 12:45 CST
TestFit Inc.
Clifton Harness
Clifton Harness
29.09 |11:45 CST
Architectural Photographer
Aryan Mirfendereski
Aryan Mirfendereski
Architectural Photographer
Rendering is Like Photography
29.09 | 12:00 CET
Overland Partners
Barbara Warren
Barbara Warren
Architect
Barbara Warren is an Architect II at Overland Partners where she plays a project manager/architect role on hospitality and residential projects. Her interests and focus revolve around how architecture frames human interactions and has a passion for both technical applications and design direction for all her work. She holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
From master bedrooms to mountains
28.09 | 12:00 CST
Overland Partners
Anne Elizabeth Stack
Anne Elizabeth Stack
‬Architectural Designer
Anne is an architectural Designer at Overland Partners. She got her Bachelors in Architecture and, Sustainability and Energy Engineering from UPenn and her MArch from the GSD. Born in Zimbabwe, working and studied in the UK, US, Australia and Greece she has seen the global importance of architecture and the impact of the built environment, creating a passion for holistically sustainable architecture that focuses on people centred design.
From master bedrooms to mountains
28.09 | 12:00 CST
Overland Partners
Daniel Carpio
Daniel Carpio
Director of Technology
With two decades of IT experience ranging from supporting celebrities at his own firm to managing teams in large corporations, Daniel strives to bring order to the chaos that is Information Technology. Every day is a balancing act of supporting daily operations, strategic planning, and disaster recovery. Some call him a wizard, others call his work sorcery, but Daniel just calls it experienced preparedness (or magic?). When he needs to take a break from innovating IT or saving the world from the clutches of technology glitches, Daniel enjoys spending time with his family discovering and experiencing San Antonio’s diverse food culture. You may also find him searching for the best location for taking wildflower photos and querying the locals about secret fishing holes. Husband to an amazing woman and father to two brilliant children.
From master bedrooms to mountains
28.09 | 12:00 CST
Overland Partners
Sabrina Ortiz Luna
Sabrina Ortiz Luna
‬Architectural Designer
Sabrina Ortiz Luna joined Overland Partners as an Architectural Designer upon completion of her Master of Architecture with an Urban Design Specialization from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Passionate about sustainable design and the environment, Sabrina’s graduate work was recognized with the AIA National COTE Top Ten for Students Award. A Mexican immigrant raised in San Antonio, Sabrina is invested in the development of the built environment of her hometown and its ability to advance social equity, health, economic development, and environmental stewardship. Sabrina brings enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to her role as a designer, integrating her understanding of form with design-thinking, and technical skill. In her free time, she enjoys triathlon training, roadtripping, and hanging out with her pets, Princess and Coco.
From master bedrooms to mountains
28.09 | 12:00 CST

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