What will the Architectural Practice of the future look like? With the challenges of downward spiralling fees, more responsibility and constantly changing procurement processes will Architects become less or more relevant in the delivery of projects? Hear from Architectural practice leaders from a small,  medium and large practice and how they practise today and where they see their business moving into the future.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Gain insight into our panellist's views on the future of the Architectural profession.
  • Learn how technology can assist you to focus more on design and less on documentation.
Nathan Hildebrandt, FRAIA

Nathan Hildebrandt, FRAIA, Director @ Skewed

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Nathan is a Registered Architect in QLD, Australia. He has over 20 years of industry experience delivering complex projects from inception to completion. - View profile

Catherine Loke

Catherine Loke, Partner, Lander Loke Architects

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Catherine Loke obtained her Bachelor of Planning & Design in 1989 and Bachelor of Architecture (Hons) in 1992 from the University of Melbourne. - View profile

Abelardo 'Jojo' M. Tolentino, Jr.

Abelardo 'Jojo' M. Tolentino, Jr., President and CEO, Aidea

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Architect Abelardo ‘Jojo’ Tolentino is the founder, President, and CEO of Aidea, a global integrated design and technology practice. - View profile