Our brand new feature, Archvis! Construct quality designs, learn cutting-edge techniques and hear from the top agencies and artists creating the best architecture in the business.
10:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
In the last 25 years there has been steady but predictable pace to the advancements in the visualization technology we all use. However, the rapid progression of machine learning and real-time/instant rendering are the two single most disruptive evolutions to ever face our industry. With the promise of instant results just around the corner and AIs that can generate their own artwork, where does that leave artists in our industry? Who will potentially be impacted and what might the industry look like in 10 years? Jeff Mottle, founder of, will discuss the potential outcomes and how to prepare for the changes ahead.
11:30 AM
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
If the rules are still unwritten, why is everything headed toward photorealism? The rise of AR and VR have given artists more freedom than they had in decades – to experiment, to construct and to devise new ways of processing ideas and information for both fun and entertainment. Join Kilograph’s Keely Colcleugh as she discusses how this applies to archviz in a lecture full of tips about how to stray off the common path.
1:30 PM
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Wonder Vision believe in making each of its CG visuals their best yet. Join James Elderton and Joseph Thomas to learn more about the values and philosophy they work to and process they undertake to create engaging Architectural Visualisation/ CGI that moves people. The pair will also provide a breakdown of 'The Olson Cabin', a project that will be shown for the first time at Vertex 2019.
3:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
A perilous attempt to try figuring out where to draw the line between imagination and reality. Shall imagery describe the form or the spirit of a project? Do architectural visualisations need a style? Are people educated enough to perceive what is real from what is not? Are the softwares our tools or are we the tools of the softwares? God... so many questions, so little time."