Warren and Mahoney would love you to join us in our collective studios across Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch to learn all about how we bring ideas to reality using technology, informing the future of the cities we live in.
Cultural engagement through technology, digital preservation of historic buildings, data driven sustainability initiatives, generative design iterations to explore thousands of solutions simultaneously, interactive virtual reality using gaming engines, and visualisation, rendering and animation to bring concepts to our clients and media with exceptional detail.
Future focused Architecture stands at the centre of communities, and at the forefront of technology, informing the way we work, the way we live, and how we interact with the cities we call home.
This event will be presented simultaneously from 3 locations, with each location’s hosts speaking at various points throughout. A series of vignettes will be presented from all locations. Each studio will have a live speaker, who will also be simultaneously live streamed to the other two studios. Speakers will alternate between locations. The Audience in all locations will see a mixture of live presenting, and live steamed presenting.
A long time member and advocate for Techweek, Jake will be the host of the evening bringing his own idea for this event to reality!
Jake has brought new innovations to Warren and Mahoney and continues to modernize the way we use software, leading the implementation of BIM across our studio network.
Fiona is a leader in sustainable design thinking in Warren and Mahoney. She strives to find the best and most appropriate solution for every project and client.
Fiona will present Otago Polytechnic as a case study to show case the Living Building Challenge as a sustainable design framework.
Matt has developed an area of specialisation in complex geometry, with a focus in parametric and computational design techniques.
Matt leads our digital design strategy, building on the advanced software capabilities within the practice.
Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Maniapoto
Jahmayne takes pride in his ability to sit down, listen to, and understand the aspirations of clients and stakeholders. He is particularly passionate about engagement processes with indigenous communities, such as mana whenua.
Elliot, a Senior Visualiser from our Auckland Studio will talk to Visualisation & Unreal Engine. Eliot is passionate about innovation in the visual field, introducing new technology and workflows where they can add both visual and experiential benefit to a project.
Technically focused, Nic McEntyre from our Christchurch studio will present on our work reinstating the Anglican Cathedral, demonstrating how we capture an important exiting buildings via point cloud scanning technology and preserve it forever in a digital state.