Pune Convention 2011

e-seeed is engaged in creating social Architectural awareness along with allied environmental activities. It will also help to create awareness among

its members about the latest technology, products available in the market and know-how to attain modernization in the field of Architecture. The

trust also helps other social organizations to support any cause related to any social welfare, well being or any activity regarding the present

environmental conditions, help to victims of natural calamities, etc.

“e-seeed” provides a unique platform for Manufacturers & Suppliers through its Annual Convention to introduce themselves to the members. About

400 – 500 “e-seeed” Architects throughout the Country & Abroad attend the Convention every year and share their thoughts. A General Body Meeting, Seminar, Training Programme, Slide shows and Exhibition of the work by “e-seeed” members and by the sponsors are the major attraction of the

Annual Convention.

Our Chief Guest

Ar. David Carlinfanti Rich Zahle.

 

David Zahle is an Associate Partner and the Project and Design Architect responsible for many of BIG´s award winning projects. His collaboration with Bjarke Ingels began in 2002 with the VM Residences - where he ended up calling home with his family. He has lectured on BIG’s works throughout Europe and has taught throughout Scandinavia. As one of the key architects in orchestrating BIG’s phenomenal growth, he oversees the hiring and managing of the firm. Currently, David is managing the Danish Maritime Museum project, which is set to be complete in 2011. His most recent major involvement in projects have includes the recently completed Helsingør Psychiatric Hospital and the Wings Residences. With a broad background that includes studies in Philosophy and Computer Science, as well as his Architecture degree, David tackles each design challenge from numerous vantage points.David Zahle is an Associate Partner and the Project and Design Architect responsible for many of BIG´s award winning projects. His collaboration with Bjarke Ingels began in 2002 with the VM Residences - where he ended up calling home with his family. He has lectured on BIG’s works throughout Europe and has taught throughout Scandinavia. 
As one of the key architects in orchestrating BIG’s phenomenal growth, he oversees the hiring and managing of the firm. Currently, David is managing the Danish Maritime Museum project, which is set to be complete in 2011. His most recent major involvement in projects have includes the recently completed Helsingør Psychiatric Hospital and the Wings Residences. With a broad background that includes studies in Philosophy and Computer Science, as well as his Architecture degree, David tackles each design challenge from numerous vantage points.

 

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