Architects create visions,
you turn them into reality.
ArkiBee is the publication for creative support professionals in architecture
Tom Bright is Photographer & Content Coordinator working at Stride Treglown. He told us how photography helps architectural practices evaluating their designs.
Yekta Ipek is a computational design expert and associate partner of Pilbrow & Partners. He told us how computational design is currently shaping the architectural design process.
Amy Welch is one of the two founders of The Crowd which is one of the few recruitment agencies that sources creative support staff in the architecture and design industry.
Onur Sunguroglu and Filip Vermeiren, along with Bernhard Bstieler, are the founding partners of Inverse Lighting Design consultancy based in London, Bangkok and Hong Kong. They told us about their approach and methods.
Trevor Flynn is director of Drawing at Work and founder of Drawing Gym. He provides drawing courses, seminars and events for universities, museums, arts institutions and companies including architectural and engineering practices.
Brais Brenlla Ramos is the lead developer of AccuCities, a specialist supplier of 3D city models for planning and architectural design purposes. Brais explained Arkibee readers how they work with architects and planners.
Marcus Peel is a London-based photographer working on commercial assignments and fine art projects. He explained his approach that resonates between the real and the surreal.
Clementine Fletcher-Smith is a partner of Speirs Major Lighting Design.
Mei-Yee Man Oram leads Arup’s Accessible and Inclusive Environments team, specialising in inclusive design across a wide range of projects and sectors.
AD ArchViz is a London based architectural visualisation company run by Denizhan Olmez who is an architect by degree. We asked him what the pandemic had changed in the architectural CGI business.
ArkiBee is a new online publication dedicated primarily to creative support professionals who work closely with architectural firms, property developers, engineering companies, building contractors and product manufacturers to realise their designs.
HOW IS ARKIBEE DIFFERENT?
There are many architectural and design publications out there. They primarily focus on the completed buildings and their designers. ArkiBee has a different twist: it prioritises the opinions of creative support professionals who collaborate with architectural and design practices.
It concentrates on the process and methods of design team members rather than the end results. Yet in ArkiBee you will surely see images and read stories about projects as told by creative support teams.
WHY ONLY INTERVIEWS?
Currently Interviews conducted with creative support people, consultants and directors of external services form the core of ArkiBee.
In the near future news, articles and events will be published here.
ArkiBee will also publish the latest works by architectural photographers, CGI rendering agencies, graphic designers, marketing professionals, engineers and consultants as case studies.
CAN I CONTRIBUTE?
Certainly! Right now we are communicating with many professionals in the industry and you can be one of them. But you don’t need to be contacted. Send us your press releases or request to be interviewed.
Just fill out the form to find out how you can be part of this exciting concept.
Who is ArkiBee for?
ArkiBee is a platform to represent people who work backstage to create the contemporary built environment: CGI artists, marketing professionals, graphic designers, document controllers, BIM managers, specialised consultants, architectural photographers, studio directors, HR professionals, model makers … all the people who make up the teams that turn ideas into realities in collaboration with architects and other designers.
CGI Rendering Artists
IT Support Companies
Business Development Managers
Health & Safety Consultant