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D2 Vienna / 26-27 August 2016

13th May 2016 - By 
D2 Vienna Conference / 26-27 August 2016

Vienna’s International Architectural Visualization Conference

Organized by the visualization office BüroWHAT!, the d2 Vienna 2016 is an event specifically designed for the international architectural visualization community.

After last year’s successful conference they are at it again to bring you another amazing event with very talented guest speakers.

The d2 Workshop, which will take place just before the d2 Vienna 2016 on August 24-25. Day one will feature Victor Bonafonte Morales of Beauty And The Bit and on day two, Sanne Plomp and Karim Mousa El Ramly. This add-on workshop will have limited seats available so register today.

Next up, the talented Carlos Mazon will be in Vienna this August to give us an insight into the work of Wire Collective. Check out more from them here: Don’t miss it!

Wire Collective

The amazingly talented artist, Victor Enrich, will be joining us at the D2 Vienna conference. You can see more of his work here: or on his Tumblr:

Register Today!

Registration includes a gift from the d2, coffee and lunch on both conference days, beer tickets and a grill party on the evening of the 26th. Student tickets are available upon request. Price excludes VAT and Eventbrite fee which will be added at checkout.

D2 Conferences

The conferance will take place at the Wiener Metropol Theater! It offers the perfect setup for d2 with a dedicated stage, great sound and lighting, and full length bar that runs along the back of the theater.

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