This month VU.CITY will be taking to the main stage at this year's World Architecture Forum in Berlin. VU.CITY Directors, Jason Hawthorne and Gordon Ingram will be giving Paul Finch and around 800 delegates a live demo of the VU.CITY London model on the main stage on Wednesday 15 November. In a session [...]
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VU.CITY reached a global audience this week at MIPIM Proptech's annual event in New York. VU.CITY Directors, Jason Hawthorne and Gordon Ingram, demonstrated our models of both London and New York at the event. In a series of live demos they showed how VU.CITY London is being used by local authorities, architects, developers [...]
Jason Hawthorne and Gordon Ingram will be speaking at the forthcoming London Infrastructure Summit, being held at QEII centre on Thursday 14 September. In a live demo we will show how VU.CITY is being used by London Boroughs, architects, developers and chartered surveyors to address fundamental questions around development and infrastructure: if we [...]
Jason Hawthorne showcased VU.CITY at last week’s BCO event, getting a phenomenal reception from the audience, as testified by the excitement on twitter that followed.Jason was speaking as part of the session focused on ‘Plotting the Future’, showing how the VU.CITY platform can be used to digitally represent London in 3D and integrate data. From [...]
As the UK braces itself for the uncertainty following Brexit, it is more important than ever that London looks at imaginative ways to address the housing crisis. A new report* by Grant Thornton UK LLP and campaign group London First found that more than 72 per cent of employers in London were concerned about the [...]
What will London look like by 2035? Very different to how it looks today – that much is certain. It also seems certain that in the years between 2016 and 2035 we will need to make difficult and complex decisions about our built environment. This week alone the topic has hit the headlines as new [...]
When news broke across Paris that construction of Herzog & De Meuron’s controversial 42-storey Triangle Tower is to go ahead the world sat up and paid attention. It will be the city’s first new skyscraper since the 1970s and will transform the city’s famous skyline. It is a decision that is surely driven by the [...]