|AIP 30 Conference Speaker:|
|Leading visualization design studio and located in Toronto, Cicada Design will present current work and discuss their design processes as well as their unique role in developing digital methods with local Toronto design firms.|
Cicada Design tells compelling stories about complex projects, ranging from large-scale urban design to minutely detailed furniture. Our work is used to explain project process and proposals during their planning stages, to communicate and contribute to the design process, and to provide finished presentations for marketing, fund-raising, competitions, planning permissions and press coverage. Our clients use our products to provide clarity and textured nuance in telling the story of their projects.
We work in a studio environment drawing on the collective skills of a group of talented architects, designers, technologists, 3D and 2D artists, and video production professionals.
Clients benefit from the studio’s strategic thinking and in-depth understanding of architecture and visual communications.
We have established a 10 year record of developing and maintaining strong alliances with clients that have a substantial presence in architectural practice and urban design, and our work has appeared in numerous publications.
Cicada is always looking towards inventing and applying itself to a diversity of visualization issues across boundaries of design disciplines. We have the resources to demonstrate new ways to visualize complex projects in architecture, engineering and other areas.
Saturday, October 17, 2015
Omni King Edward Hotel
37 King Street
Venue: Toronto, Canada
From: Saturday, October 17, 2015 8:00am
To: Saturday, October 17, 2015 9:00am
|Architect and member of the Ontario Association of Architects and Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Michael is a founding partner together with Dalibor Cizek of Cicada Design Inc. Formed in 2000 Cicada is a company that has specialized in digital design visualization of large scale institutional and urban projects located globally. Notably, Cicada Design won an award in 3d Visualization for Territory Management from Imagina 2011: a European based conference focused on visualization. Michael maintains responsibilities in the area of project team leadership that encourages creative directions in design visualization techniques used to represent a project. Other experience includes application software analysis; technical project visualization planning and client liaison. Previous experience in digital work includes developing 3d film and television set extensions and background effects as a member of production art departments. Prior to forming Cicada Design Inc he worked with architectural firms in the Toronto area and internationally. Graduating from the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo in 1986, he is past Chair and Newsletter Editor of the Toronto Society of Architects and remains member at large.|
|Jonah is a senior staff member with Cicada Design. His work with Cicada Design has included being a developer of visualization material in the form of computer-graphic representations of design projects, spanning a scale from furniture, through architectural projects, to new city developments. Work includes computer animation, video production, and the creation of original musical scores. Previous experience that inform his current role include working with Philip Beesley Architect as a member of the core design team to develop and build an interactive architectural sculpture entitled Hylozoic Soil displayed for the E-Art: Communicating Vessels exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 2007. Subsequently an iteration of this work was made to represent Canada at the Venice Biennale 2010. Jonah graduated from the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo with an MArch in 2008. He was also the 2009 recipient of the AIA School Medal and the RAIC Roll of Honour for his outstanding thesis work. Jonah continues to work in other areas of design through his participation with the Toronto based Design Guild Art and Design collective.|