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Young landscape architecture: next dates of "frischgrün_vernetzt

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The Meetup "frischgrün_vernetzt" is intended to promote and consolidate the exchange of content and networking within the young landscape architecture scene. Initiator is the working group Young Landscape Architects of the bdla.

The regulars' table format is to take place locally and simultaneously digitally via a video meeting on a monthly basis throughout Germany. One or two keynote speeches are planned at the beginning of the meetups (e.g. on topics ranging from design methodology to office management), followed by an open discussion.

The next two Meetups will take place on the following days:

Thursday, 7/28/2022, 7pm-2pm.

Topic: "Vehicles, ways and people - with you in the BIM process".

BIM on everyone's lips! "... And can I be part of it?" - "Yes, why not!" How young offices can also manage BIM projects, which possibilities there are, who supports them on this way and how missing software or (wo)manpower can be compensated.

Keynote speeches by Klaus Holsmölle, Dipl. Ing. (FH) employee in the office Rabsilber Heckmann, member of the FLL AK "BIM in der LA" and BIM manager
as well as Parham Parvin, architect, BIM coordinator/ BIM manager and owner of parvinconsult.

Presence regulars' tables are planned at lichtelandschaften/Frankfurt, adlerolesch/Nuremberg and Siegmund und Winz/Balingen possibly also in Berlin.

Thursday, 29.09.2022, 19-21 o'clock

(in preparation)

The presence meetings of the respective events will take place in parallel in Berlin, Bremen, Frankfurt, Munich, Nuremberg and Balingen.

To register for the distribution list, which announces the individual dates with about two weeks' notice, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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