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Randy Deutsch AIA, LEED-AP is an architect and professor engaged in learning, technology, creativity, design thinking and the way architects utilize these tools and processes to their – and other’s – betterment.

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Randy Deutsch AIA, LEED AP has served as lead designer on over 100 large-scaled, complex sustainable projects, leading initiatives in Building Information Modeling and Integrated Project Delivery. A recognized leader in the advancement of BIM and IPD, he speaks, teaches & writes on their social implications on the AEC industry. His latest book is BIM and Integrated Design: Strategies for Architectural Practice (Wiley, 2011) and is currently working on a new book addressing the use of data in the profession and industry. Read about it here http://datadrivendesignblog.com/2013/11/27/welcome-to-data-driven-design-and-construction/

Randy is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a scholar-practitioner in architectural technology, teaching Anatomy of Buildings, Construction of Buildings, Professional Practice, Comprehensive Capstone Design Studio, and a graduate seminar – Construction Management: Virtual and Real.

LinkedIn             http://www.linkedin.com/in/randydeutsch

My book              http://www.amazon.com/BIM-Integrated-Design-Strategies-Architectural/dp/0470572515/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_1

My next book   http://datadrivendesignblog.com/2013/11/27/welcome-to-data-driven-design-and-construction/

My Other Blog   http://bimandintegrateddesign.com/

Another blog      http://thedesignstrategist.com/

Another blog     http://datadrivendesignblog.com

Twitter                http://twitter.com/randydeutsch

Facebook            http://www.facebook.com/randydeutsch

BIO                      http://www.ka-connect.com/speakers.php?sdx=79

Google Profile   https://profiles.google.com/101327903750678415919#101327903750678415919/about

Amazon Page    http://amzn.to/fOQlTj

Article                http://www.aecbytes.com/viewpoint/2010/issue_51.html

Essay                  http://bit.ly/mqZHGA DesignIntelligence 2011

Essay                 http://bit.ly/11rlxV4 DesignIntelligence 2012

Feature              http://www.architectmagazine.com/internet/architects2zebrascom.aspx

Feature              http://archrecord.construction.com/archrecord2/design/may04/YoungChicago.asp

Email                  randydeutsch@att.net



1. Peter Spence - January 7, 2009

Hi Randy,
Thanks for the link to your work, through the CSTC. I will comment on your mail and look forward to following your blog. From my perspective, design is critical to where we are going in this world and architects are leaders in design. I hope that you take this in the way it is intended.
Well done with your blog.
Peter Spence

2. Andre Lerman - January 10, 2009

Thanks for the link. I look forward to reading future thought provoking posts.
Andre Lerman

3. John Eckberg - April 6, 2009

You write so well. I was going to tell you that you needed to start on your book, when whoawah….youi have one coming! Can’t wait to read it. Best,

4. Don Deutsch - August 11, 2009

Hi Randy,

I posted a comment here: https://randydeutsch.wordpress.com/2009/06/28/the-pleasures-and-sorrows-of-summer/

I enjoy catching up with you reading your blog.

All the best,

5. Jason Wagner - June 8, 2010

Holy COW!! Randy, I had no idea all the work you’ve done. I see you all over LinkedIn, but with the books and blogs, you are definitely a well rounded and well written individual. Looking forward to reading more posts and catching up on all that I missed. Especially looking forward to architects2zebras posts!

Randy Deutsch - June 9, 2010

Thanks Jason for visiting – great to hear from you. I’m looking forward to catching-up with your writing at threefourteen as well. Best to you! Randy

6. modelle - July 19, 2010

Hi Randy,
I wished I’d kept track of you since the beginning…now’ve got some catching up to do.
Greg Modelle

randydeutsch - July 19, 2010

Great to hear from a fellow classmate! Hope the world is treating you well. I will always appreciated your proportional harmonics (by way of fish.) Thank you for finding me here – and for visiting.
Best to you,

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