How VR Enhances Architectural Design and Presentation

Virtual reality (VR) is being used in many industries, from entertainment to advertising, and adding some incredible functionality in architecture, too. With the development of new software and tools, VR is helping architects visualise their designs in new and exciting ways. How does VR Work With Architectural Design? Like BIM did before it, VR has the potential to make big changes in... more

‘VR for Architecture’ added to the CIAT CPD Register

Our recent course CPD submission to the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) entitled ‘How Virtual Reality saves time and resources - VR for Architecture’ has been accepted and will be included on the CIAT CPD Register. Scott Berry Managing Director stated "We are very pleased to have our course content accepted again by the Institute and would like to thank... more

Applecore Designs Sponsor AT Awards 2019

The AT Awards 2019 are the premier accolades that demonstrate and recognise outstanding achievement — celebrating Architectural Technology at its best. Applecore Designs are extremely excited to be supporting the AT Awards 2019 being held in London on 13 September 2019 as Media Partner and Sponsor. VR for Architecture With more and more available and affordable VR applications on... more

Work Experience Useful for Future Proofing Studios

A few weeks ago we welcomed a pupil from Prince Henry's High School on work experience. We were very excited to play host as we are firm believers that real life experience of a work place is such a useful tool for both employers and students alike. Not only does work experience give pupils a flavour of what a working environment can be like, but it gives employers a huge... more

The CIAT Awards 2018

Presented by Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) President Alex Naraian on 14 September 2018, the CIAT Awards celebrated the latest achievements and highest quality in Architectural Technology. Held in East London at Village Underground, the event, hosted by Matt Allwright, was attended by a cross section of the built environment sector and showcased... more

Scenario House – BIM collaboration on a renovation project

Scenario Architecture has started their second decade specialising in the high end residential sector, focusing on creating homes that are beautiful, functional, and ideally suited to each client. During the past decade Scenario Architecture design studio was constantly adopting and optimising BIM processes, usually deployed on large projects by larger studios, to work smoothly and... more

High-Speed 2 (HS2) and BIM

The high-speed railway programme will shortly complete its first steps, a 73-mile Crossrail project that traverses London. The £15.9 billion project has been ongoing since 2009 and is now nearing full operation. BIM has been integral to the project and will continue to be of increasing importance as other HS projects get under way. BIM and High-Speed Railway Are a Perfect Team With... more

BIM Conference 2017 – Main presentations

Returning for a eighth successive year on Thursday 21 September, the BIM Conference 2017 offered clear, accurate and unbiased guidance on how openBIM is used on projects. Below are the main presentations from knowledgeable speakers in their field with the BIM Conference 2017 focusing on the practical support available, enabling businesses across the Construction Industry to move from... more

BIM Conference 2017 – Morning highlights

This is the eighth year of the annual BIM Conference held at Coombe Abbey in Warwickshire. Over sixty delegates attended to learn more about BIM with the Conference agenda offering unbiased guidance on how openBIM in particular is used on projects. The Cloisters Room offered stunning baroque interiors, tall feature windows, original plaster mouldings and enormous fireplace formed... more

CPD Breakfast at the Blue Fin: Top five takeaways for designers

Applecore Designs 'Working Smarter' CPD breakfast briefing, focused on how studios can collaborate and benefit from: better efficiency, better information, better decision making and better client interaction. More than sixty architects from across London convened at the Southbank Blue Fin Venue on 21 June. After polishing off bacon sandwiches and croissants on the Blue Fin’s... more