“Now is the time to disrupt and reimagine everything.”
As they operate at the edge of contemporary design, the pair acknowledges a recent paradigm shift in what we expect from our physical spaces. “Everything is different,” Andy says.
“We want to support our product from its selection all the way through to implementation,” Chris says.
“We have a different way of doing things in New Zealand than in some other parts of the world,” says Equus Industries General Manager, Rob Roxburgh.
“When customers come to us, we are able to provide a wide range of solutions for their projects,” says Managing Director of Rothoblaas New Zealand, Felix Scheibmair.
“There is a really big opportunity to mould data into what you need it to do. Because of the trust people put in data, that can be really powerful, but also carries a big responsibility.”
“We have several large projects about to move into the delivery stage, so 2023 will definitely be one to watch,” says Shane Hart, Business Development Manager at Insol.
“I think we are still in the exploration phase of what a helpful AI for architecture application really looks like or performs like,” says Oana Taut, Founder and CEO of Barcelona-based BuildFlow AI.
“Imagine if you wandered into a website without a menu or a site map,” says Founder, CEO and Creative Director of Applied Information Group, Tim Fendley.
“We’re innovating and challenging the rest of the industry to think more like us, and they’re definitely starting to now,” says Patrick Kendrick, Business Development & Marketing Manager at Belcanto.
“I’m a motivational speaker, executive coach and habit change expert,” says entrepreneur, consultant and self-proclaimed “serial job-crafter”, Duncan Young.
“I find it quite empowering to be a part of something bigger than myself; a small cog in a larger machine,” says Chiara Shim, Architectural Graduate at Warren and Mahoney.
“Our whole business purpose is to inspire better spaces for life,” says Jacobsen’s newly minted CEO, Renee Jacobsen.
“When I started out 12 years ago, one of the hardest things was accessing information and ensuring that your product was getting used correctly,” says David Eccleshall, Architectural Manager of Roofing Industries.