Dubai Expo 2020 has shone a global spotlight on a multitude of important topics, from sustainability to water preservation and the future of our world. In synergy with the theme of the Expo, ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future,’ on March 25th, Autodesk hosted a panel of industry experts at the USA Pavilion,Madhurjya Kotoky
Four international teams will submit proposals for the redesign of the urban landscape surrounding the cathedral
In parallel with the reconstruction of Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral, the City of Paris has launched an international design competition to reimagine the area surrounding the cathedral. The reimagination of the area will provide Parisians and tourists the opportunity to further appreciate the rich history and heritage of Notre-Dame de Paris and its surroundings.Madhurjya Kotoky
By Fred Saunders, Vice President, Brand & Social Impact
Today we’re excited to introduce a new look and feel for Autodesk, including a new logo, colors, and imagery. This change is the first of several bold moves we’re making as a company to reimagine the Autodesk brand—one that underscores our belief that a better world can be designed and made for all.Madhurjya Kotoky
You’re likely hearing buzz about digital twin. Is it a passing trend or the future of the architecture, engineering, construction and real estate industries? Digital twin is the future, and a critical piece of the digital transformation journey of any business.
Global research firm McKinsey in “The Next Normal In Construction,” suggests that the construction industry is emphasizing R&D,Madhurjya Kotoky