Posts Tagged 'open data'

Re(de)fine Market

Camden Town Rockabilly after work pint. Discussing with my former colleagues at Sheppard Robson how to secure higher fees and better recognition for our profession. Why do architects’ salaries double when working for a contractor? Why is the architect’s fee seen as… read more

You may say I am an Open Data dreamer

  Open data has been described by Tim Berners-Lee (the inventor of the www protocol) as the new frontier of the Internet. We find ourselves today in respect to open data in a similar situation to the one we faced… read more

An Internet of Things for the Built Environment

  This article was originally created for the RIBA + ARUP research project Digitising the Planning System. To know more click here.   At once fascinating and terrifying, the emergence of the Internet of Things seems an unstoppable drift that digital technology will… read more

Data to the People

Sometimes it is useful to believe that history is a progression towards common good. Although many may argue that the idea of that a scientific, modernist continuous progress is substantially flawed, a linear narrative of social achievement is not entirely irrelevant should one wish… read more

An intro to Open Data

  During the first episode of our video interview series we asked Prof Tim Stonor, director at Space Syntax and Dr Stuart Chalmers, Data Scientist at BRE, about their opinion regarding the use of open data in the construction industry…. read more

BRE Trust, G4C and Marcel Mauer on Open Data in Construction

The construction industry has got a tricky job to do. Whilst other industries can rely on the accuracy of computers, laboratories or factories to deliver their products, we produce outdoors. Our products have roots but, unlike agriculture, we cannot let… read more