We live in a world of increasing complexity. With climate change being the “hot” topic nowadays, the current thinking is that technology will be the deliverer of sustainable solutions. Digitalization is being touted as one of the key strategies towards cutting emissions. In the construction industry, the use of BIM is supposedly able to make buildings sustainable.

What does sustainability actually mean?

Is BIM the answer to sustainable buildings or has BIM become too complex that it makes us further removed from reality?

Catherine will cut through the hype surrounding digitalization and BIM, and share her thoughts on the need to simplify, to find the essence of what makes BIM work for the Architect in a world of increasing complexity.

Key Learning Objectives

  1. Complexity has to be balanced with Simplicity.
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